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# Title Author(s)
1 MRI Image Synthesis for the Diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease using Deep Learning Neeyanth Kopparapu
2 ADAR-mediated RNA editing and neuropsychiatric disorders Noel-Marie Plonski, Caroline Nitirahardjo, Ain Shajihan and Helen Piontkivska
3 Role of ADAR-mediated RNA editing in molecular evolution of arboviruses Heather Milliken Mercer, Noel-Marie Plonski and Helen Piontkivska
4 Amylotrophic lateral sclerosis-like Motor Impairment in Prion Diseases Eden Teferedegn, Cemal Un and Dawit Tesfaye
5 Structural Insight on Bio-remediation of Emerging Pollutants: A Modelling-Based structure-function Study Pravindra Kumar
6 Conformer and pharmacophore based identification of peptidomimetic inhibitors of chikungunya protease. Shailly Tomar
7 Genome-Scale Multilabel Prediction for Tissue-specific Annotation of Long Non-coding RNAs Aljohara Almulhim, Swapna Vidhur Daulatabad, Vachik S. Dave, Felipe Wendt Porto, Mohammad Hasan and Sarath Chandra Janga
8 A method for detecting and correcting under-clustered gene families Akshay Yadav, David Fernández-Baca and Steven Cannon
9 Mobile access to over million somatic mutations in cancer and classified diseases worldwide Saman Zeeshan and Zeeshan Ahmed
10 PAS-Code with mobile access to classified disease and drug databases Zeeshan Ahmed and Saman Zeeshan
11 Mobile access to GWAS SNPs and Disease Associations Zeeshan Ahmed and Saman Zeeshan
12 Analysis of popular computational codon usage models and their association with ribosome footprinting-implied translationally slow sequence positions Gabriel Wright, Anabel Rodriguez, Jun Li, Patricia Clark, Tijana Milenković and Scott Emrich
13 MitoMut: an efficient approach to detecting mitochondrial DNA deletions from paired-end next-generation sequencing data C. Shane Elder and Catherine Welsh
14 Fama: a computational tool for comparative analysis of shotgun metagenomic data Alexey Kazakov and Pavel Novichkov
15 Assessing applicability of web-based algorithms for next generation sequencing coupled high-throughput biomolecule screening research Momoko Tajiri
16 Constructing a mitochondrial sequence profiling tool (mitoKmer) for identification of eukaryotic species in shotgun metagenomic samples. Mark Mammel, Padmini Ramachandran, Monica Pava-Ripoll, Andrea Ottesen, Susan Leonard and Jayanthi Gangiredla
17 Functional prediction of hypothetical proteins in shrimp white spot syndrome virus Padmanabhan Mahadevan and Paige Harris
18 Adaptation to animal sources of Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica deciphered by Genome Wide Association Study and Gene Ontology Enrichment Analysis at the pangenomic scale Vila Nova Meryl, Kevin La, Kévin Durimel, Arnaud Felten, Philippe Bessières, Michel-Yves Mistou, Mahendra Mariadassou and Nicolas Radomski
19 Operons as a Tractable Model for Evolutionary Complexity Huy Nguyen and Iddo Friedberg
20 A Network Analysis and Machine Translation Pipeline To Identify Genes Significantly Regulated by Genetic Engineering of Host Organism Mohammed Eslami, Diveena Becker, Narendra Maheshri and Uma Saxena
21 Epitomy – A comprehensive database and transcriptomics browser for exploring human and mouse epitranscriptomes across cell types Patrick Stevens, Sasank Vemuri, Huzaifa Hassan and Sarath Janga
22 The genetic architecture of expression and splicing in African ancestry populations Ryan Schubert, Paul Okoro, Amy Luke, Lara Dugas and Heather Wheeler
23 Identification of Gram-Positive Bacteria Commonly Found in Dietary Supplements Using a Novel kmer Database Jayanthi Gangiredla, Mark Mammel, Tammy Barnaba and Carmen Tartera
24 Zero-Inflated Random Forests for Single Cell RNA-Seq Modeling Daniel Conn, Kirby Johnson, Emery Bresnick and Sunduz Keles
25 Identify transgenic alleles and locations in plants using a Nanopore sequencing technology Chi Zhang
26 Research Autopsy Demonstrates Branching Evolution of Resistance Mechanisms in Metastatic Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor Anoosha Paruchuri, Hui-Zi Chen, Russell Bonneville, Julie Reeser, Michele Wing, Melanie Krook, Eric Samorodnitsky, Jharna Miya, Thuy Dao, Amy Smith, Aharon Freud, Patricia Allenby and Sameek Roychowdhury
27 Pathway-Regularized Matrix Factorization Aaron Baker and Anthony Gitter
28 Bioinformatics Analysis of Metabolomics Data Unveiled Critical Metabolomics Signature in Breast Cancer Fadhl Alakwaa and Lana Garmire
29 Transcriptional biomarkers of survival in osteosarcoma correlate to distinct DNA methylation networks. Lauren Mills, Logan Spector, Subree Subramanian and Jaime Modiano
30 CIRCULAR PEARSON CORRELATION USING COSINE SERIES EXPANSION Shih-Gu Huang, Andrey Gritsenko, Martin Lindquist and Moo Chung
31 Analysis of Sequence Variations Associated with Psychiatric Disorders Shaolei Teng
32 Integrative Analysis for Leveraging Islet Chromatin Accessibility of Founder Diversity Outbred (DO) Mice To Interpret Diabetic GWAS SNPs Chenyang Dong, Mark Keller, Shane Simonett, Gary Churchill, Alan Attie and Sunduz Keles
33 Comparative Analysis of Alternative Splicing Profiles In T-Helper Cell Subsets Deepak Kumar Lakshmipathi, Mir Quoseena, Benjamin Ulrich, Mark Kaplan and Sarath Janga
34 Identification of informative features in computational prediction of high-resolution Hi-C interaction matrices Shilu Zhang, Deborah Chasman, Sara Knaack and Sushmita Roy
35 Direct RNA-sequencing of human cell lines for transcriptome-wide mapping and annotation of 3’ tails at single molecule resolution Quoseena Mir, Aniruddhan Govindaraman, Mansi Srivastava, Raja Shekar Varma Kadamuri, Rajneesh Srivastava and Sarath Janga
36 Multi-cancer Data-driven Prediction of Synthetic Lethality and Response to Cancer Treatment Shaoli Das, Xiang Deng, Kristin Valdez, Kevin Camphausen and Uma Shankavaram
37 The relative contribution of neuronal cell types to the cortical microcircuit aging Rammohan Shukla, Thomas Prevot, Leon French, Ruth Isserlin, Gary Bader and Etienne Sibille
38 A Reward System Polygenic Risk Score for Predicting Obesity and Substance Use Disorders Kristen Stevens, Daniel Marks, Joyanna Hansen and Shannon McWeeney
39 Signatures and predictions of specialized metabolism genes in Solanum lycopersicum Bethany Moore, Peipei Wang, Pengxiang Fan, Bryan Leong, Craig Schenck, Aaron Lee, Robert Last, Cornelius Barry, Shin-Han Shiu and Yann-Ru Lou
40 The effect of the choice of network inference method on the structure and function of the resulting gene co-expression network Qi Li, Katrina Button-Simons, Michael Ferdig and Tijana Milenković
41 A cell adhesion gene interaction network characterizes lupus patients in glomerular RNAseq Felix Eichinger, Narayanan B. Perumal, Rajasree Menon, Edgar Otto, Matthias Kretzler and Celine C. Berthier
42 Whole-Genome Sequence Typing shows extensive mixing of Listeria monocytogenes in the environment and poultry processing plants Swarnali Louha, Richard Meinersmann, Abdo Zaid and Travis Glenn
43 A High-Quality Genome Assembly of the North American Song Sparrow, Melospiza melodia. Swarnali Louha, David Ray, Kevin Winker and Travis Glenn
44 Classifying T cell activity with convolutional neural networks Zijie Wang, Alex J Walsh, Melissa C Skala and Anthony Gitter
45 IDENTIFYING BIOMARKERS IN IDIOPATHIC PULMONARY FIBROSIS Sadik Kaur
46 IDENTIFYING BIOMARKERS IN SJOGREN’S SYNDROME Sadik Khuder, Nezam Altorok and Oluwatobi Lasisi
47 Identification of Vaccine Efficacy Associated Microbial Features using Compositional Analysis of Gut Microbiomes Hayden Brochu, Elise Smith, Fang Yang, Michelle Carlson, Lynn Law, Scott Hansen, Louis Picker, Michael Gale Jr. and Xinxia Peng
48 Inferring Complex Phylogenetic Networks More Efficiently and Accurately Cora Allen-Coleman and Cécile Ané
49 Generation and Analysis of a Schizophrenia Proteomic Signature Using GLSig James Reigle, Guillaume Labilloy, Robert McCullomsmith, Jaroslaw Meller and Adam Funk
50 Kaleidoscope: A New Bioinformatics Pipeline Application for in Silico Hypothesis Testing of Gene Expression Changes in Severe Mental Illness Khaled Alganem, Scott Miruzzi, Jarek Meller and Robert McCullumsmith
51 MicroRNA- lncRNA target analysis on the multiple sclerosis susceptible genotype and co-expression lncRNA networks constructing. Samira Rahimi Rad and Shima Rahimirad
52 A combination of DNA sequence and epigenetic modifications accurately predicts genome-wide Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor binding sites Wenjie Qi and Sudin Bhattacharya
53 Evolution of nucleotide composition of the Mid-Range Inhomogeneous(MRI) sequences in the human genome Rajan Paudel and Alexei Fedorov
54 Optimizing Gene Predictors in Diverse Population Jennifer Takamura, Elyse Geoffroy and Heather Wheeler
55 FM-HighLD: A method for Single and Multi-Trait Fine-Mapping for Variants in High LD with Integrated Functional Annotation Rene Welch and Sunduz Keles
56 Identification of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins in Adenoviruses Rachel Cacace and Padmanabhan Mahadevan
57 Evolution of Genomic Domain Content in Metazoa Yuting Xiao, Maureen Stolzer and Dannie Durand
58 Inferring competing endogenous RNA (ceRNA) interactions in cancer Ziynet Nesibe Kesimoglu and Serdar Bozdag
59 Inter-Assembly Remapping Pipeline for Transposable Elements Ethan Holleman, Jasen Jackson, Henry Wittich, Zain Anwar and Howard Laten
60 A mechanistic modeling approach for interpreting transcriptome dynamics during the immune response in the model plant Arabidopsis Xiaotong Liu, Chad Myers and Fumiaki Katagiri
61 OntoMate: a text-mining tool aiding curation at the Rat Genome Database Jyothi Thota, Marek Tutaj, Jeff de Pons, Jennifer R. Smith, Shur-Jen Wang, Monika Tutaj, Elizabeth Bolton, Matthew Hoffman, Stan Laulederkind, G. Thomas Hayman and Mary Shimoyama
62 SwiftOrtho: a Fast, Memory-Efficient, Multiple Genome Orthology Classifier Xiao Hu and Iddo Friedberg
63 Learning Drug Function from Chemical Structure Jesse Meyer, Shengchao Liu, Ian Miller, Anthony Gitter and Joshua Coon
64 Expansion of the Rat Genome Database Pathway Ontology (PW) – mapping Reactome terms to PW as synonyms and new terms G. Thomas Hayman, Jennifer R. Smith, Monika Tutaj, Lucy Lu Wang, John H. Gennari and Mary Shimoyama
65 CAZyme Gene Cluster (CGCs) predictions in bacteria reveal physically linked carbohydrate utilization genes that use different transporter systems across bacterial phyla Catherine Ausland and Yanbin Yin
66 InterViewer, a Cytoscape-based viewer for displaying interactions between selected sets of proteins Marek Tutaj, Jyothi Thota, Jeff de Pons, Jennifer R. Smith, Stan Laulederkind, G. Thomas Hayman, Victoria Petri, Shur-Jen Wang and Mary Shimoyama
67 Orphan Genes Shared by Pathogenic Genomes Are More Associated with Bacterial Pathogenicity Yanbin Yin and Sarah Entwistle
68 Identifying self-renewing subpopulation of human Leukemia stem cells using single-cell RNA-seq analysis Yoonkyu Lee, Klara Noble-Orcutt, Chad Myers and Zohar Sachs
69 Identifying Temporal High Throughput Gene Expression Data Sets for Comparative Transcriptome Analysis Shawn Oliai, Casimir Tokarski and Guenter Tusch
70 Long Intergenic Non-coding RNA Profiles of Pheochromocytoma and Paraganglioma: A Novel Prognostic Biomarker Suman Ghosal, Shaoli Das, Ying Pang, Melissa Gonzales, Thanh-Truc Huynh, David Taieb, Joakim Crona, Uma Shankavaram and Karel Pacak
71 Evolution of Recombination: RecBCD and AddAB in bacteria Deepti Gurung and Robert Blumenthal
72 Genome Scale Metabolic Network Reconstruction of Thermotoga sp. Strain RQ7. Jyotshana Gautam, Ashok Maharjan and Zhaohui Xu
73 Antibiotic resistance prediction models for Gram-negative pathogens from whole genome sequencing data Pj Van Camp, David Haslam and Alexey Porollo
74 DoubletDecon: A Computational Approach for the Removal of Single-Cell RNA-Seq Doublets Erica DePasquale, Daniel Schnell, Pieter-Jan Van Camp, H. Leighton Grimes and Nathan Salomonis
75 Characterizing RV144 vaccine priming in HIV breakthrough infections through machine learning applications Thembi Mdluli, Dominic Paquin-Proulx, Bonnie Slike, Gina Donofrio, Sandhia Vasan, Rob O’connell, Supachai Rerks-Ngarm, Margaret Ackerman, Robert Gramzinski, Jerome Kim, Nelson L. Michael, Merlin L. Robb, Michael Eller, Shelly Krebs and Morgane Rolland
76 Functional analysis of oral biofilm during periodontitis progression using microbial metatranscriptome approach Melline Noronha, Renato Casarin, Thiago Rangel, Mabelle Monteiro and Marcio Casati
77 Modeling degrees of genetic redundancy among duplicate genes with machine learning Siobhan Cusack, Fanrui Meng, Peipei Wang, Bethany Moore, Melissa Lehti-Shiu and Shin-Han Shiu
78 Machine learning can characterize biogeography on a global scale using port microbiomes Ryan Ghannam, Laura Schaerer, Timothy Butler and Stephen Techtmann
79 An automated pipeline to track genomic variation over time in a bacteriophage infecting Vibrio cholerae Angus Angermeyer and Kimberley Seed

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TRAVEL FELLOWSHIPS



Links in this page: Sponsor | Funding Information | Travel Fellowship Application Overview | Maximum Awards and Amounts | Eligibility Requirements | Application Process | Eligible Expenses | Notification | Contacts


Sponsor

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Funding Information

ISCB, through funding provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF) CCF-1917325 award, is pleased to offer partial travel fellowships to students to attend GLBIO 2019 in Madison, Wisconsin. The conference organizers are committed to providing support to as many eligible applicants as possible. Travel fellowship consideration is based on criteria listed below.  Special consideration will be given to first-time GLBIO attendees who are not necessarily presenting work at the conference, women, undergraduate or high school students, underrepresented minorities, or students with disabilities.

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Travel Fellowship Application Overview

  1. Applicant must be a current student (high school, undergraduate or graduate) to submit an application.
  2. Applicant must be attending as a student an institution in the US or she/he must be a US citizen.
  3. All applicants must attend all three (3) conference days.
  4. Applicants must secure additional funding from other sources in order to be able to cover the full costs of attending the conference.
  5. The deadline to submit a fellowship application is March 27, 2019, by 11:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time. No exceptions will be made.
  6. By accepting the travel fellowship, the recipients of the fellowship agree to provide testimonials about conference outcomes at the conclusion of GLBIO 2019.

 

Travel Fellowship Key Dates
March 27, 2019 Travel Fellowship Application Deadline (11pm Eastern Daylight Time)
April 7, 2019 Travel Fellowship Acceptance Notification
April 8, 2019 Early Registration Deadline (11:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time)

 
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Maximum Award Amounts

The maximum fellowship award is $500 USD. Please note that funded applicants will only be able to cover approximately 50% of the expense of transportation, lodging, and registration fees with these fellowship amounts. Thus all applicants must seek and secure additional funding sources (e.g., from your home institution/university, or grant funding) and a letter from your advisor regarding this additional funding is required in PDF format as part of your application.

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Eligibility Requirements

  • You are a high school student or registered in an undergraduate or graduate degree program.  Postdocs and Professionals DO NOT qualify. Evidence of your student status must be presented to the onsite registration desk upon check-in at the conference.
  • You are attending as a student an institution in the US, or you are a US citizen. Non-US citizens who are students at non-US institutions are not eligible.
  • You will attend all three days of the conference, with arrival no later than the morning of May 20 and departure no earlier than the afternoon of May 22, and will sign in at the registration desk on each of these mornings to verify your attendance
  • Applicant must be prepared to register for GLBIO 2019 by the early registration deadline of April 8, 2019. If attendance at the conference is dependent on receipt of travel fellowship funds, please do not register until after the notification of travel fellowship funding. Any funded applicant failing to register for the conference by the early registration deadline of April 8, 2019 will automatically forfeit the funds so that another applicant can be awarded from among the original pool of applicants.
  • You have other funding resources to cover costs not met by an GLBIO travel fellowship award. Applicant must be able to pay all expenses of attending the conference up front, including conference registration fee (as noted above), travel, and accommodation. Travel fellowship funding will be provided as a reimbursement as a check payable in USD and mailed to the participant approximately 6-8 weeks after the conference.


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Application Process

Please complete the application form:  
https://www.iscb.org/submissions/index.php?id=249

No application will be accepted after the deadline of March 27, 2019.

 

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Eligible Expenses

Eligible expenses toward travel fellowship funds include conference registration, transportation (air on a U.S. Flag* air carrier or land transportation from home region to conference city), and a maximum of 250 USD of hotel room and occupancy tax charges. In order to receive the full-awarded amount, receipts for registration, transportation and hotel accommodation are required that equal or exceed the awarded amount. Conference registration fee is reimbursable at the early registration pricing only; registration fees to attend pre-conference events are not reimbursable expenses.  

*Only a flight on a U.S. Air Flag Carrier including a U.S. flight code for each leg of the trip is reimbursable.

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Notification

Applicants will be notified no later than April 7, 2019 of the funding status. In some cases applicants may be notified they are on a wait list for funding. Any wait listed applicant that is eventually awarded funds will be offered the opportunity to register at the early registration rate, therefore, please do not register for the conference if your attendance is fully dependent on being awarded a travel fellowship as any cancellation of an applicant's registration will be subject to the full regular registration cancellation policy.

Funded applicants will be required to present evidence of their eligibility status (such as student identification card) when signing in daily to record their attendance. In all cases, funds will be mailed to funded applicants after the conference per the details noted in Eligibility Requirements above.

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Contacts

Questions regarding travel fellowships should be addressed to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The information on this page is subject to change without notice, and all changed information will be considered final for the purposes of awarding and funding GLBIO 2019 travel fellowships.


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SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION AND SIGN-UP



Click here for a downloadable version of this page.

Links in this page: Conference Participants | Gold Sponsorship | Silver Sponsorship
Bronze Sponsorship | Copper Sponsorship | Enhanced Benefits
Technology Track | Exhibitor Showcase | Additional Sponsorship Opportunities
Recruiting Roundtable Opportunity | Mobile App Exclusive


SIGN-UP TODAY!

GLBIO 2019 Sponsorship sign-up:  https://iscb.swoogo.com/glbio2019-sponsorsandexhibitors


The Great Lakes Bioinformatics (GLBIO) Conference, a regional conference of the International Society of Computational Biology, is organized by the Great Lakes Bioinformatics Consortium and is entering its 13th year. GLBIO strives to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of research findings and methods. The GLBIO series began as a regional conference and has grown into an international program with a spotlight on regional development in the computational biosciences.

GLBIO has established a strong reputation for building relationships among an internationally prominent bioscience research community, showcasing the North American Great Lakes region as a perfect place to conduct computer-aided research in the life sciences.

Every year, GLBIO organizers prepare a full agenda on the latest developments in bioinformatics and biologically relevant applications. From novice to expert, attendees partake in a variety of keynote speakers, workshops, tutorials, oral presentations, posters, networking, and exhibits during the conference.

The presenters of the GLBIO conference are scientists representing a broad spectrum of universities, industrial enterprises, government laboratories, and medical libraries from around the world.


Conference Participants

Total attendees expected in 2019: 300

On average, most of the attendees are from the Great Lakes region of the United States & Canada with 40% coming from other areas of North America and the world.

Your organization can play a visible role in GLBIO as attendees consider and work toward solutions to important scientific and medical problems being addressed by the bioinformatics community.

Whether you are looking to boost sales, bolster awareness or recruit top candidates in computational biology and bioinformatics, GLBIO provides an excellent opportunity for targeted exposure within the North American Great Lakes region.


Sponsorship Opportunities

GLBIO 2019 is seeking sponsorship from institutions looking to engage with a dynamic audience. Sponsorship packages are designed to provide maximum exposure. Customized packages are available to fit any marketing budget.

Gold Sponsor: $5,000 USD
Sign up for Gold

In addition to the following, sponsor gets to choose seven (7) items from the “Enhanced Benefits” list

  • Two (2) complimentary conference registrations
  • Logo slide during opening session
  • Logo with link to organization on conference website index page
  • Logo with link to organization on conference website sponsorship page
  • Sponsor on conference app with organization name & description


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Silver Sponsor: $4,000 USD
Sign up for Silver

In addition to the following, sponsor gets to choose five (5) items from the “Enhanced Benefits” list

  • One (1) complimentary conference registrations
  • Logo slide during opening session
  • Logo with link to organization on conference website index page
  • Logo with link to organization on conference website sponsorship page
  • Sponsor on conference app with organization name & description


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Bronze Sponsor: $3,000 USD
Sign up for Bronze

In addition to the following, sponsor gets to choose three (3) items from the “Enhanced Benefits” list

  • One (1) complimentary conference registration
  • Logo slide during opening session
  • Logo with link to organization on conference website index page
  • Logo with link to organization on conference website sponsorship page
  • Sponsor on conference app with organization name & description


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Copper Sponsor: $2,000 USD
Sign up for Copper

In addition to the following, sponsor gets to choose one (1) item from the “Enhanced Benefits” list

  • One (1) complimentary conference registration
  • Logo slide during opening session
  • Logo with link to organization on conference website index page
  • Logo with link to organization on conference website sponsorship page
  • Sponsor on conference app with organization name & description


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Enhanced Benefits for Sponsors


 

  • Organization recognized in ISCB Annual Report with logo and link to preferred URL
  • Pre-event Electronic list of conference delegates for one time use
  • Post-event Electronic list of conference delegates for one time use
  • Brochure or Video insert on the mobile app
  • One (1) 15 minute technology talk
  • One (1) tabletop exhibit display space
  • Discounted registration at 25% off regular registration fee
  • Half-page advertisement in ISCB Newsletter (full color, issue of choice, Gold Level only)
  • Quarter-page advertisement in ISCB Newsletter (full color, issue of choice, Silver and Bronze only)
  • A table at the Lunch N' Learn Roundtable (one day) (Gold and Silver Level only)
  • Up to 5 job posts on ISCB website


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Technology Track Session: $1,500 USD
Sign up for Tech Track

 

  • One (1) 15 minute technology track


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Exhibitor Showcase: $1,000 USD (Publisher or Non-profit: $500 USD)
Sign up for Exhibitor

 

  • One (1) Exhibitor Showcase display space
    • Please note the showcase is designed for pop-up displays, approximately six feet in length, or a standard tabletop exhibit.
  • One (1) Complimentary Registration
  • Logo with link to organization on conference website sponsorship page
  • Sponsor on conference app with organization name & description

 

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Additional Sponsorship Opportunities
Sign up for Additional Opportunities

 

Organizations will benefit by acknowledgement on the conference website, mobile app, onsite signage and through delegate appreciation of your support.

Name Badge Lanyards: ………………….…… $1,000
Delegate Bag or Folio: ……….……………….. $2,000
Refreshment Break: ………………….………. $2,500
Evening Reception: …………………..………. $5,000
Purchase pre-conference registration list:
Exhibitor: ……..… $300; Non-exhibitor: …...… $500
Purchase post-conference registration list
Exhibitor: ….....… $500; Non-exhibitor: ……… $700


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Back in 2019!

Recruiting Roundtable Opportunity: $1,500 USD
Sign up for Recruitment Roundtable

 

Our Lunch N Learn recruiting roundtable is an opportunity for universities to speak to the benefits and opportunities their program provides, recruit postdoc and lab positions OR an opportunity for industry partners to recruit for open positions.

  • One (1) Complimentary Registration
  • One (1) 3’ round table to promote program/posted  jobs in person to potential candidates
  • Logo with link to organization on conference website
  • Unlimited job postings on the onsite jobs board
  • Access to the ISCB Career Center for 60 days


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Mobile App Exclusive Sponsor: $2,500 USD
Sign up for Mobile Exclusive

 

Sponsor the conference mobile app and gain the most exposure with a direct line to conference attendees.

  • Designated Secondary Splash Page
    • Page is visible whenever app updates before transitioning to App Dashboard
  • 2 promoted post or push notifications
  • Pre-conference registration list


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SIGN-UP TODAY!

GLBIO 2019 Sponsorship sign-up:  https://iscb.swoogo.com/glbio2019-sponsorsandexhibitors

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To confirm your participation or for more information, please contact:
Andrew P. Falter
Exhibit and Sponsorship Specialist
International Society for Computational Biology
(ISCB) email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Office: 203-797-9559
Cell: 571-271-5430


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  • Member Discount

    ISCB Members enjoy discounts on conference registration (up to $150), journal subscriptions, book (25% off), and job center postings (free).

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