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GLBIO 2012 CFP & Registration

Dear ISCB Members, Colleagues, and Past GLBIO Attendees,

We invite you to participate in the The Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference , taking place in Ann Arbor, Michigan this coming May.

ALL CALLS FOR PRESENTATIONS CLOSE IN JUST 10 DAYS!

Oral Presentation Information & Abstract Submission Form Deadline: Jan 20, 2012

Special Sessions Information & Proposal Submission Form Deadline Jan 20, 2012

Tutorial Sessions Information & Proposal Submission Form Deadline Jan 20, 2012

 

Poster Information & Abstract Submission Form Deadline: Mar 15, 2012

 

REGISTRATION IS ALSO OPEN:

Online Registration Information and Form Early Regsitration Deadline: April 15, 2012


GLBIO topic areas include Algorithm Development and Machine Learning, Bioimaging, Databases and Ontologies, Disease Models and Epidemiology, Evolution and Comparative Genomics, Gene Regulation and Transcriptomics, Metagenomics, Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics, Population Genomics, Protein Interactions and Molecular Networks, Protein Structure and Function, Sequence Analysis, and Text Mining.

This year's keynote presentations will cover a broad range of interesting topics. Keynote Speakers for 2012 are: Howard Cash of Gene Codes, Michael Lynch of Indiana University, Mercedes Pascual of the University of Michigan, and Russell Schwartz of Carnegie Mellon University.

We look forward to receiving your submission before the deadline, and to welcoming you to Ann Arbor in May!

Sincerely,

Your GLBIO 2012 Steering/Organizing Committee