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Tutorial Program

ISMB/ECCB 2004 will feature half-day introductory and advanced tutorials. The tutorials will be given on Saturday, 31 July 2004 prior to the ISMB/ECCB 2004 meeting. The purpose of the tutorial program is to provide participants with lectures and demos on either well-established, or new "cutting-edge" topics, relevant to the bioinformatics field. It offers participants to learn about new areas of bioinformatics research, to get an introduction to important established topics, or to develop higher skill levels in areas they are already knowledgeable. Each half-day tutorial session (morning or afternoon) is UK £55.00*, and registration to one morning and one afternoon tutorials is UK £95.00*. Tutorial attendees should register using the on-line ISMB/ECCB 2004 registration form.

Attendees will receive a Tutorial Entry Pass at the time they register on site. Tutorial handouts can be picked up at the door of each tutorial session.

Tutorials Schedule: Saturday, 31 July 2004.
Morning Tutorials: For Tutorial locations, please refer to the Detailed Agenda
AM1
Tutorial on Graph Data Management for Biology (Frank Olken)
AM2
Immunoinformatics: Recent Developments and Applications (Can Kesmir and Ole Lund)
AM3
SOLD OUT Microarray Data-Analysis – Understanding and Application of Modern Methods (David Kreil and Steven Russell)
AM4
Mining the Biomedical Literature: State of the Art, Challenges and Evaluation Issues (Hagit Shatkay)
AM5
Computational Methods for the Identification of Regulatory RNA Motifs (Graziano Pesole and Giulio Pavesi)
AM6
In-silico Analysis and Prediction of Protein Function (Yanay Ofran, Macro Punta and Burkhardt Rost)
AM7
Using Ontologies in Biological Research (Winston Hide and Janet Kelso)
Afternoon Tutorials: For Tutorial locations, please refer to the Detailed Agenda
PM8
The EM Algorithm and Some of its Applications in Molecular Biology (Frédérique Galisson)
PM9
CANCELLED
PM10
Systems Biology of Host-Pathogen and other ”Community” Interactions (Christian Forst)
PM11
Pattern Discovery (Laxmi Parida)
PM12
Advanced Data Mining for Bioinformatics (Stefan Kramer)
PM13
Association Mapping: Fundamental Principles and Applications (Leif Schauser and Jotun Hein)
PM14
Computational Methods for Proteomic Analysis (Michael Giddings and Michael Wisz)
 *NOTE: 17.5% VAT tax will be added to all fees