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8th Alternative Splicing - Special Interest Group (AS-SIG)
Austria - Vienna

Hosted by:AS-SIG Programme Committee in collaboration with ISMB
Venue:Austria Center Vianna (http://www.acv.at)
Dates:Jul 15, 2011 through Jul 16, 2011

Call for Papers or Oral Presentations:2011-04-01 through 2011-05-31
Call for Posters:2011-04-01 through 2011-01-31
Early Registration Deadline:2011-06-03
Dear Colleague:

Participate at the 8th Alternative Splicing - Special Interest Group (AS-SIG) meeting on July 15-16, 2011 in Vienna, Austria. The AS-SIG 2011 meeting is scheduled immediately before the joint ISMB/ECCB2011 conference and will take place at the same location.

This year’s topic focuses on "Towards an integrated view of RNA biology" and we welcome and encourage abstracts in
this or other areas of gene regulation/splicing and more general RNA-biology.

Our list of invited (and confirmed *) speakers includes: Gil Ast*, Didier Auboeuf*, Andrea Barta*, Maria Carmo-Fonseca*, Peter Stadler*, Gene Yeo*, John Castle, Javier Martinez (information will be updated regularly).

The Call for Abstracts is now open at http://www.alternative-splicing.org/as-sig-11/ and the preliminary deadline is on May 13th. Notification of acceptance will be on time for early registration. Registration and accommodation guidelines are available through the ISMB website: http://www.iscb.org/ismbeccb2011.

(Early registration fee reduction: 65 EUR/Day)

Please visit the website for continuously updated information.

We do hope to see you this year in Vienna!
Additional Information
Event URL:http://www.alternative-splicing.org/as-sig-11
ISCB Member Discount:None
Contact Person:As-SIG Programme Committee ([javascript protected email address])

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