The Interface Focus Journal has committed to creating a special issue for this conference with up to twelve peer-reviewed articles.
In addition to the standard submission information, authors are expected to submit a PDF of the written article following the preparation guidelines as outlined by Interface Focus Journal. Article preparation guidelines can be found here.
Article submissions will close July 15th, giving enough opportunity for authors to prepare their manuscripts. The review period will be from August 1st to October 1st . We will give authors two months to reply to comments in order to have the list of accepted articles at the end of September. Outstanding articles will be selected for featuring talks.
Abstract Submission for Talks and Posters
ISCB-Latin America SoIBio BioNetMX International Conference on Bioinformatics 2020 invites abstracts for research that is topical to bioinformatics and computational biology for consideration for oral and/or poster presentation.
Talks and posters will be organized according to scientific topics, which are covered by the conference (see below). Please note, abstracts are not limited to the listed conference topics and if the topic of your submission falls outside the listed ones you can choose the "General Computational Biology" area. Your abstract should convey a scientific result and should not be an advertisement for any commercial software package.
Abstracts will be selected for oral or poster presentation on the corresponding session. General Computation Biology abstracts will be accommodated in the closest area for the topic per recommendation of the reviewers.
- Methods applied to Human Genetic studies
- Methods and Algorithms in Computational Molecular Biology
- Bioinformatic strategies and methods to unravel RNA Genomics
- Population dynamics and Evolution in Eukaryotes
- Computational Molecular Biology to Study Evolution in Microorganisms
- Development of Tools and Applications: Usability and Accessibility
- Strategies in Cancer Genomics: From family to population studies