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2005 Registration

Attendance: 1,731
Papers submitted/accepted: 426/56
Posters submitted/accepted: 631/622
Oral Abstracts: 47

PLoS Late-Breaking Posters submitted/accepted: 91/88
Tutorials submitted/accepted: 42/14
Software demos: 76

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Pictures of ISMB 2005 Now Online!
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BEST PAPER WINNERS GlaxoSmithKline Bioinformatics Prize
Best Papers:
Matthew Dimmic
Dimmic, Hubisz, Bustamante, and Nielsen
"Detecting Coevolving Amino Acid Sites using Bayesian Mutational

John Spouge
Tharakaraman, Marino-Ramirez, Sheetlin, Landsman, and Spouge
"Genomic Landmarks can Aid in the Identification of Regulatory Elements"

Best Student Papers:
Elena Nabieva
Nabieva, Jim, Agarwal, Chazelle, and Singh
"Whole-proteome Prediction of Protein Function via Graph-theoretic
Analysis of Interaction Maps"

Alena Shmygelska
"Search for Folding Nuclei in Native Protein Structures"

Honorable Mention Paper:
Charlotte Deane
Winstanley, Abeln, and Deane
"How Old is Your Fold?"

Honorable Mention Student Paper:
Shaun Mahony
Mahony, Golden, Smith, and Benos
"Improved Detection of DNA Motifs using a Self-organized Clustering of Familial Binding Profiles"

AC Introductions (click on names to download)
Sequence Analysis: Des Higgins
Text Mining: Alfonso Valencia
Pathways, Networks and Systems: Alfonso Valencia & Vincent Schachter
Proteomics: Michal Linial
Transcriptome: Martin Vingron & Thomas Lengauer
Ontologies and Databases: Robert Stevens
Phylogeny and Evolution: Dannie Durand & Oliveir Gascuel

ICE BREAKER EVENT RESULTS NOW ONLINE: Download the results as a pdf click here

NEW POSTER SESSION ADDED TO THE AGENDA: Sponsored by PLoS CB. PLoS Poster Abstracts now online click here
The organizers of ISMB, in partnership with the Public Library of Science, are pleased to announce the PLoS Computational Biology Late Breaking Poster Session. Researchers are invited to submit their most recent innovative research for this poster session at the world's premier bioinformatics conference. This provides researchers from around the globe an opportunity to showcase leading edge science at this forum.

Poster Abstracts now online click here; download as a pdf here

The International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) presented the 13th Annual International conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB 2005). Hosted June 25-29 by the University of Michigan Bioinformatics Program  as well as the Michigan Center for Biological Information and chaired by Professors David J. States and Brian D. Athey, ISMB 2005 provided a forum for disseminating the latest developments in bioinformatics. This multidisciplinary conference brought together scientists from molecular biology, medicine, computer science, mathematics and statistics.

The conference featured original, refereed papers, which were published as a supplementary issue of Bioinformatics and indexed in the Medline database. The proceedings were provided to participants as a bound volume at the conference.

Other Sponsors
2005 Exhibitor Listing

ISCB Overton Prize: Ewan Birney, EMBL-EBI

2005 ISCB Senior Scientist Accomplishment Award: Janet Thornton, EMBL-EBI

Howard Cash, Gene Codes
Peter J. Hunter, University of Auckland
Jill Mesirov, The Broad Institute - MIT

Satoru Miyano, Human Genome Center, University of Tokyo

Pavel A. Pevzner, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of California at San Diego
Gunnar von Heijne, Dept of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Stockholm Bioinformatics Center