On-site registration is open.
2013 Change in Agenda. Starting Thursday morning 9:00am
Rocky 2013 to be held again at Viceroy in Snowmass:
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WELCOME TO ROCKY 2013!
December 12 - 14, 2013
Welcome to the eleventh annual Rocky Mountain Bioinformatics Conference, a meeting of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). The organizers hope that you enjoy the program, and find the conference a productive opportunity to meet researchers, students and industrial users of bioinformatics technology.
The Rocky series began eleven years ago as a regional conference, and has grown into an international program with a spotlight on regional development in the computational biosciences. The presenters of the Rocky conference are scientists representing a broad spectrum of universities, industrial enterprises, government laboratories, and medical libraries from around the world. The meeting is a chance to get to know your colleagues near and far, seek collaborative opportunities, and find synergies that can drive our field forward.
We hope you enjoy the science, the company, and the spectacular scenery of the Rocky Mountains. Welcome!
Rocky 2013 Conference Chair
|Gary Bader, PhD
University of Toronto, Canada
Pathway Analysis of Genomics Data – from Correlation to Causation
|Greg Carter, Ph.D.
The Jackson Laboratory
Bar Harbor, ME USA
Modeling Genetic Complexity with Integrated Interaction Analysis across Multiple Phenotypes
|Chijioke O. Elekwachi, Ph.D.
University of Nottingham, UK
eMBRLitMine and eMBRHelper: Bioinformatics Approaches for Improved Microbial Bioremediation Outcomes
|Benjamin Good, Ph.D.
Senior Staff Scientist
The Scripps Research Institute
La Jolla, CA, USA
The Cure: A Game with the Purpose of Gene Selection for Breast Cancer Survival Prediction
|Melissa Haendel, PhD
Oregon Health & Science University
Tales from the Crypt: Do You Know Where Your Data Has Been?
| Kirk E. Jordan, PhD
IBM Distinguished Engineer
Emerging Solutions Executive & Assoc. Program Director
Computational Science Center
IBM T.J. Watson Research
Cambridge, MA, USA
Solving Life Sciences Problems Requires Systems that Optimize the Workflow
|Peter Karp, Ph.D.
Director, Bioinformatics Research Group
Artificial Intelligence Center
Menlo Park, CA, USA
A Flux Balance Analysis Model of E. coli K-12 MG1655 Derived From the EcoCyc Database
|Catherine Lozupone, Ph.D.
Anschutz Medical Campus
Aurora, CO USA
Application of Network Analysis to the Human Gut Microbiota and Use of Comparative Genomics to Understand the Driving Factors of Microbial Associations