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ISCB Congratulates and Introduces the 2020 Class of Fellows!

The ISCB Fellows program was created to honor members who have distinguished themselves through outstanding contributions to the fields of computational biology and bioinformatics. Begun in 2009, 2020 marks the 11th anniversary of the program. In early December of each year, ISCB has sought Fellow’s nominations from our members, with eligibility restrictions based on selection criteria focused most heavily on the significance of scientific contributions.

We were pleased to receive many outstanding nominations this year, and the Fellows Selection Committee members carefully considered each one. Ultimately, twelve nominees were elected as this year's newest Fellows.

Serafim Batzoglou - 2020 ISCB FellowSerafim Batzoglou, DNAnexus, Insitro, for foundational and innovative contributions to computational genomics in both academia and industry, through his visionary research, mentoring of young leaders and his own leadership and service to the community.



Judith Blake - 2020 ISCB FellowJudith Blake, The Jackson Laboratory, for her many contributions to bioinformatics over her distinguished career, most notably the Gene Ontology and the Mouse Genome Databases. These two resources are fundamental pieces of scientific infrastructure serving as foundational tools on which so much of genome-scale science is built.
Mark Borodovsky - 2020 ISCB FellowMark Borodovsky, Georgia Institute of Technology, for his influential research in developing algorithms of genome analysis as well as recognized leadership in education and community development.
Rita Casadio - 2020 ISCB FellowRita Casadio, University of Bologna, as one of the pioneers of machine learning based approaches for predicting protein structures, protein function and the impact of genetic variation. The methods from her group have been highly ranked in international competitions assessing prediction of protein structure (CASP), function (CAFA) and variant impact (CAGI).
Paul Flicek - 2020 ISCB FellowPaul Flicek, EMBL-EBI, as a leading figure in the field of genomics and for his tireless efforts advocating for open data and equal opportunities for women in science, including the Earth BioGenome Project in which he advocates workable data sharing practices.
Osamu Gotoh - 2020 ISCB FellowOsamu Gotoh, Kyoto University, a pioneer in computational biology and an exemplary professional researcher, specifically for his contribution to sequence alignment through the development of what is now known as the Smith-Waterman-Gotoh algorithm. 
Rafael Irizarryo - 2020 ISCB FellowRafael Irizarry, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute / Harvard T.S. Chan School of Public Health, for his pioneering work in expression analysis and development of statistical methods for expression analysis which are some of the most impactful in the entire field. He is one of the leaders of the open-source Bioconductor project since its beginning.
Laxmi Parida - 2020 ISCB FellowLaxmi Parida, IBM, for her breakthrough contributions to algorithms across diverse applications with impact to human health and society through IBM and clients. She was instrumental in the design of the core engine and accuracy of Watson for Genomics offering in precision oncology.
Katherine Pollard - 2020 ISCB FellowKatherine Pollard, Gladstone Institutes, University of California, a world leader in developing statistical models and open-source bioinformatics software for biological big data, with an emphasis on genomics. She has uncovered biomedical knowledge that would be missed without her rigorous computational approaches.
Ben Raphael - 2020 ISCB FellowBen Raphael, Princeton University, as a widely acknowledged leader in the area of computational and mathematical aspects of cancer genomics, with special emphasis on inferring tumor phylogenies.
Zhiping Weng - 2020 ISCB FellowZhiping Weng, University of Massachusetts Medical School, for her seminal contributions to computational biology and bioinformatics, specifically in structural biology (widely-used ZDOCK suite of protein-protein docking algorithms), regulatory genomics (pipelines for analyzing genomic and epigenomic data from ENCODE and PsychENCODE Consortia) and small-RNA biology (piRNAs).
Xuegong Zhang - 2020 ISCB FellowXuegong Zhang, Tsinghua University, for the development of computational methods for analyzing transcriptomic and RNA-seq data including the methods DEGseq, DEsingle, SCRL, scFly, and establishing an influential graduate program, educating a generation of students, and promoting the field of computational biology and bioinformatics in China.
ISCB will be honoring the 2020 Class of Fellows during ISMB 2020 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 12-16.

Congratulations, 2020 Class of ISCB Fellows!
 
ISMB 2020 - July 13 - 16, 2020
 
Final Call for Late Posters
 
You can still be part of the Virtual ISMB 2020 Conference. Submit your research today.
 
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Call for Late Posters
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ISMB 2020 Final Call for Late Posters
Submit your research today. Each accepted poster presenter will have their poster along with a recording of their presentation as part of the conference Poster Hall. The Poster Hall will be open throughout the duration of the conference. Scheduled poster presentation times will allow the author to interact with the participants.

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Call for Late Posters

Submission Deadline: May 28, 11:59 PM ET

3DSIGBio-OntologiesBIOINFO-COREBioVis
BOSC: Bioinformatics Open Source ConferenceCAMDA
CompMSEducationEvolution Comparative Genomics
FunctionHitSeqMLCSBMICROBIOMENetBio
RegSysiRNASysModTextMiningTransMed
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General Computational Biology

Submit your research to be part of this dynamic virtual conference. Each accepted poster presenter will have their poster along with a recording of their presentation as part of the conference Poster Hall.  The Poster Hall will be open throughout the duration of the conference.  Scheduled poster presentations times will allow the author to interact with the participants. More details and submission criteria

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Fees include full access to the online virtual platform of the conference as well as exclusive access to all of the content until Oct 31, 2020. From November 2020, the talks, with the appropriate permissions, will be available for free at ISCBtv. Register here.

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ISCB members receive exclusive registration discount for ISMB 2020.

If you are unable to afford the participation fee for ISMB 2020 and hold an active ISCB membership, you can submit for a fellowship award that will cover the cost of the registration fees. With these unprecedented times, we will be opening up these awards to anyone who is an active ISCB member with priority going to members in low-income countries and students and postdoctoral fellows.

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ISCB releases COVID-19 Section
 
You can still be part of the Virtual ISMB 2020 Conference. The conference is accepting submissions for COVID-19 Abstracts and Late Posters.
 
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The COVID-19 pandemic is both severely affecting our lives and impacting our science. ISCB responds to the respective challenges by offering its expertise to the scientific community and empowering scientific networking. The ISCB COVID-19 Section (https://www.iscb.org/covid19) offers four lines of this initiative:

  • ISCB COVID-19 Statements. Here you find statements on the ongoing pandemic that have been issued by ISCB.
  • ISCB COVID-19 Webinar collection. Here you find webinars specific to the topics of COVID-19 and Sars Cov-2 that are organized by ISCB. Mark your calendars for the first complimentary webinar on May 19!
  • ISCB COVID-19 Science collection. Here you find materials specific to the topics of COVID-19 and Sars Cov-2 that have been submitted by ISCB members. This collection has three subsections for (i) scientific articles, (ii) scientific data sets and, (iii) proposals of community science projects.
  • ISCB Tutorial collection. Here you find tutorials that present basic or advanced computational biology content for biologists and computational biologists in these times of increased digital education activity. The tutorials have been (i) presented at recent ISCB conferences and (ii) suggested by ISCB members.
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Call for Submissions

If you are a member of ISCB, we encourage you to submit entries to the Science collection and Tutorial collection. Your submission entails a pointer to the science content, a short description of background or purpose (two lines) and lists your name as submitter. Submission will be subjected to a basic check of scope and purpose.

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Upcoming Webinar

A SARS-CoV-2 protein interaction map reveals targets for drug repurposing
By Nevan Krogan
May 19, 2020 at 11:00 AM EDT!

Efforts to develop antiviral drugs versus COVID-19 or vaccines for its prevention have been hampered by limited knowledge of the molecular details of SARS-CoV-2 infection. This webinar will describe our efforts to address this challenge by expressing 26 of the 29 SARS-CoV-2 proteins in human cells and identifying the human proteins physically associated with each using affinity-purification mass spectrometry. Among 332 high-confidence SARS-CoV-2-human protein-protein interactions, we identified 66 druggable human proteins or host factors targeted by 69 compounds (29 FDA-approved drugs, 12 drugs in clinical trials, and 28 preclinical compounds). Within a subset of these, multiple viral assays identified two sets of pharmacological agents that displayed antiviral activity.

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Open Call for COVID-19 Abstracts & Late Posters
 
You can still be part of the Virtual ISMB 2020 Conference. The conference is accepting submissions for COVID-19 Abstracts and Late Posters.
 
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Deadline: May 14, 2020

We invite abstracts for research that are topical to the current SARS-Cov-2 / COVID-19 pandemic for consideration for presentation during the ISMB 2020 conference.

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Deadline: May 28, 2020

Open call for late posters. Submit your research today. Each accepted poster presenter will have their poster along with a recording of their presentation as part of the conference Poster Hall. The Poster Hall will be open throughout the duration of the conference. Scheduled poster presentation times will allow the author to interact with the participants.

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Submit your research and become a part of the virtual ISMB 2020 conference!

Abstract Deadline: April 30, 11:59 PM ET

CAMDA Extended Deadline:
May 25


The ISMB 2020 scientific program is comprised of abstract submissions and organized thematically in partnership with the ISCB Communities of Special Interest (COSIs).  

Plan to submit your unpublished or published research to these tracks:

3DSIGBio-OntologiesBIOINFO-CORE •  BioVis
BOSC: Bioinformatics Open Source ConferenceCAMDA
CompMSEducationEvolution Comparative Genomics
FunctionHitSeqMLCSBMICROBIOMENetBio
RegSysiRNASysModTextMiningTransMed
VarIGeneral Computational Biology

*Can’t find your home COSI? Simply submit to the general computational biology track above for consideration.

All abstracts selected for oral presentation will be pre-recorded talks with live Q&A.  Those abstracts accepted as posters will be part of the virtual poster hall with a pre-recorded presentation of the poster.

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NEW: Call for SARS-Cov-2 / COVID-19 Abstracts

Submission Deadline: May 14, 11:59 PM ET

We invite abstracts for research that is topical to the current SARS-Cov-2 / COVID-19 pandemic for consideration for presentation during the ISMB 2020 conference. The conference will be held as a virtual conference. All authors of accepted abstracts must be registered to present and be able to attend the conference virtually.

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ISMB 2020 Registration Fees

Fees include full access to the online virtual platform of the conference as well as exclusive access to all of the content until Oct 31, 2020. From November 2020, the talks, with the appropriate permissions, will be available for free at ISCBtv.  Register here.

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ISCB members receive exclusive registration discount for ISMB 2020.

If you are unable to afford the participation fee for ISMB 2020 and hold an active ISCB membership, you can submit for a fellowship award that will cover the cost of the registration fees. With these unprecedented times, we will be opening up these awards to anyone who is an active ISCB member with priority going to members in low-income countries and students and postdoctoral fellows.

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ISMB 2020
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NEW: Call for SARS-Cov-2 / COVID-19 Abstracts

Submission Deadline: May 14, 11:59 PM ET

We invite abstracts for research that is topical to the current SARS-Cov-2 / COVID-19 pandemic for consideration for presentation during the ISMB 2020 conference. The conference will be held as a virtual conference.

*All authors of accepted abstracts must be registered to present and be able to attend the conference virtually.

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Call for Late Posters

Submissions Deadline: May 28, 11:59 PM ET

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BOSC: Bioinformatics Open Source ConferenceCAMDA
CompMSEducationEvolution Comparative Genomics
FunctionHitSeqMLCSBMICROBIOMENetBio
RegSysiRNASysModTextMiningTransMed
VarI
General Computational Biology

Each accepted poster presenter will have their poster along with a recording of their presentation as part of the virtual conference Poster Hall. The Poster Hall will be open throughout the duration of the conference. Scheduled poster presentation times will allow the author to interact with the participants. More information can be found here.

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ISCB members receive exclusive registration discount for ISMB 2020.

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ISMB 2020 Open Call for COVID-19 Abstracts and Late Posters

Call for SARS-Cov-2/COVID-19 Abstracts! NEW for 2020
Deadline: May 14, 2020
We invite abstracts for research that is topical to the current SARS-Cov-2 / COVID-19 pandemic for consideration for presentation during the ISMB 2020 conference.
 
Call for Late Posters
Deadline: May 28, 2020
Open call for late posters. Submit your research today. Each accepted poster presenter will have their poster along with a recording of their presentation as part of the conference Poster Hall. The Poster Hall will be open throughout the duration of the conference. Scheduled poster presentations times will allow the author to interact with the participants.
 ISMB 2020  July 13 - 16, 2020Join us for the

ISMB 2020 Virtual Conference

Registration is now open at:

https://www.iscb.org/cms_addon/registration_conference/ismb2020virtual
ISMB 2020 Fellowship Award Program
ISMB 2020 Fellowship Program is now accepting applicants. If you are unable to afford the participation fee for ISMB 2020 and hold an active ISCB membership, you can submit for a fellowship award that will cover the cost of the registration fees. With these unprecedented times, we will be opening up these awards to anyone who is an active ISCB member with priority going to members in low-income countries and students and postdoctoral fellows.
Call for Papers: Publish your software tools in the ISCB Community Journal
 
Call for Papers: Publish your software tools in the
ISCB Community Journal
Did you know you can publish an article describing new software tools you have created? Software tool articles cover all aspects of your software, from details of the code used and examples of data inputs, to tips for other researchers on maximizing the tool’s potential. Benefit from proper code syntax highlighting, interactive figures, Code Ocean capsules, and indexing through Scopus and PubMed to increase the visibility of your research. Find out more here and submit today to the ISCB Community Journal on F1000Research.
 ISCBacademy Webinar Series
 
In conjunction with the communities of special interest (COSIs), select presentations are invited to give a live-streamed talk about their research. Access to the webinar series is complimentary for ISCB members. Nonmember can join for a fee. Mark your calendar for these upcoming webinars.
Submit your nomination for an ISCB Officer!
ISCB Officer Nominations Deadline: May 31, 2020
The International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) is encouraging members to submit nominations for the Society’s leadership - open Officer positions. Nominations are submitted at www.iscb.org/nominate (you must login to your membership record to access the nomination form). Self-nominations will not be accepted.
ISCB Art in Science Award
As part of the virtual ISMB 2020, the ISCB Art in Science Competition is a way to show the beauty of science in art form, especially topics related to Computational and Molecular Biology. All interested members may submit images that have been generated as part of a research project and other creative efforts that involve scientific concepts or employ scientific tools and methods. Find the beauty of science through art! - Submit your artwork.
2019/2020 ISCB Wikipedia Competition
Submissions Deadline: May 15, 2020

The International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) and the Computational Biology taskforce of WikiProject Molecular Biology announce the 9th ISCB Wikipedia Competition: the competition aims to improve the coverage on Wikipedia of any aspect of computational biology. The competition is open to students and trainees at any level either as individuals or as groups.
Don't Miss! Important Deadlines below!
ISCB-LA SoIBio BioNetMX 2020 | Oct 25 – 30, 2020 | Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexic Workshops deadline: May 25, 2020

Abstracts deadline: August 24, 2020
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ISCB Buzz: Latest News, Events & Announcements

ISMB 2020 - July 13 - 16, 2020

Final Days to Submit Your Research to ISMB 2020!

Call for Abstracts!
Deadline: April 30, 2020
(closes at 11:59 p.m. April 30, Eastern Time Zone)
*CAMDA Deadline: May 25, 2020
The ISMB 2020 scientific program is composed of abstract submissions, organized thematically in partnership with the ISCB Communities of Special Interest (COSIs). Plan to submit your unpublished or published research
More Opportunities to Submit Your Research to ISMB 2020:

Call for Tech Talks!
Deadline: May 7, 2020
Take this opportunity to showcase your latest software and/or hardware relevant to the bioinformatics/molecular biology community.

Call for SARS-Cov-2/COVID-19 Abstracts! NEW for 2020
Deadline: May 14, 2020
We invite abstracts for research that is topical to the current SARS-Cov-2 / COVID-19 pandemic for consideration for presentation during the ISMB 2020 conference.
News from the National Academy of Sciences
ISCB congratulates the following members on their election to the National Academy of Sciences:
Ivet Bahar
Bonnie Berger
Andrew McMahon

 ISMB 2020  July 13 - 16, 2020Join us for the

ISMB 2020 Virtual Conference

Registration is now open at:

https://www.iscb.org/cms_addon/registration_conference/ismb2020virtual
Submit your nomination for an ISCB Officer!
ISCB Officer Nominations Deadline: May 31, 2020
The International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) is encouraging members to submit nominations for the Society’s leadership - open Officer positions. Nominations are submitted at www.iscb.org/nominate (you must login to your membership record to access the nomination form). Self-nominations will not be accepted.
ISCB Art in Science Award
As part of the virtual ISMB 2020, the ISCB Art in Science Competition is a way to show the beauty of science in art form, especially topics related to Computational and Molecular Biology. All interested members may submit images that have been generated as part of a research project and other creative efforts that involve scientific concepts or employ scientific tools and methods. Find the beauty of science through art! - Submit your artwork.
2019/2020 ISCB Wikipedia Competition
Submissions Deadline: May 15, 2020

The International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) and the Computational Biology taskforce of WikiProject Molecular Biology announce the 9th ISCB Wikipedia Competition: the competition aims to improve the coverage on Wikipedia of any aspect of computational biology. The competition is open to students and trainees at any level either as individuals or as groups.
Don't Miss! Important Deadlines below!
ISCB-LA SoIBio BioNetMX 2020 | Oct 25 – 30, 2020 | Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexic Articles deadline: May 01, 2020

Workshops deadline: May 25, 2020

Abstracts deadline: August 24, 2020
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 ISMB 2020  July 13 - 16, 2020

Final Days to Submit Your


Research to ISMB 2020

Deadline April 30


 ISMB 2020  July 13 - 16, 2020

You can be a part of this world class programme!

Plan to submit your unpublished or published research to these tracks:

3DSIGBio-OntologiesBIOINFO-CORE •  BioVis
BOSC: Bioinformatics Open Source ConferenceCAMDA
CompMSEducationEvolution Comparative Genomics
FunctionHitSeqMLCSBMICROBIOMENetBio
RegSysiRNASysModTextMiningTransMed
VarIGeneral Computational Biology
 

All abstracts selected for oral presentation will be pre-recorded talks with live Q&A.  Those abstracts accepted as posters will be part of the virtual poster hall with a pre-recorded presentation of the poster.

The presenting author of the accepted abstracts must be registered to present and be able to attend the conference virtually.


 
Submit Your Abstract!