Welcome to the Great Lakes Bioinformatics Portal
Mark you calendar today and join us for:
GLBIO 2012 Conference, May 15 – 17, 2012, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Web site: www.iscb.org/glbio2012
About GLBIO Conferences
The ISCB hosts the GLBIO Conference. The conference began in Ohio in 2006 and was formerly named the OCCBIO and was hosted by the Ohio Bioinformatics Consortium (www.ohiobioinformaticsconsortium.org) . In 2010 the ISCB board voted to make this an official regional conference of the ISCB and it was renamed GLBIO (Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference). As in past years, this conference provides an interdisciplinary forum for discussing approaches, research findings, and educational experiences regarding computational investigations of biological problems.
An important goal of this regional conference continues to be fostering long-term collaborative relationships among informatics and life sciences researchers and educators from academia, government and industry, spanning the North American Great Lakes region and the Canadian province of Ontario. Researchers from all other world regions are also welcome and encouraged to participate, especially those looking to form collaborations with key labs in the Great Lakes region.
This meeting is not only for experts in bioinformatics, but also for faculty, students and staff who make substantial use of bioinformatics tools in their work or would like to expand their use.
The meeting is held over 2.5 days, and includes keynote presentations, oral presentations, tutorial sessions , invited topic sessions and poster sessions.