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InCoB2014 - 13th International Conference on Bioinformatics
Australia - NSW - Sydney

Hosted by:Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Network (APBioNet) and Macquarie University
Venue:NOVOTEL Sydney Brighton Beach
Dates:Jul 31, 2014 through Aug 02, 2014

Call for Papers or Oral Presentations:2014-01-01 through 2014-03-01
Call for Posters:2014-01-01 through 2014-04-01
Travel Fund Apps:2014-01-01 through 2014-04-15
Event Registration:2014-01-01 through 2014-03-10
Early Registration Deadline:2014-06-01
This year, APBioNet’s InCoB will be held earlier from 31st July to 2nd August 2014 to run back-to-back with the International Biophysics Congress 2014 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland (3-7 Aug).

The main local host is Macquarie University, one of the leading research centres in Australia in the field of Bioinformatics. InCoB2014 will build on the established platform for experts and budding bioinformaticians to discuss and exchange ideas and thoughts on the development of bioinformatics in the Asia-Pacific region.

Since 2002, InCoB has grown in its second decade to become one of the largest bioinformatics conferences in the Asia-Pacific region. This annual conference showcases the latest research and technologies in all areas of bioinformatics, and in recent years has been attended by practitioners from both biology fields and computing backgrounds in the Asia-Pacific region.

Full paper submissions for BMC Genomics, BMC Systems Biology, BMC Bioinformatics and PeerJ are accepted through EasyChair and must be accompanied by an abstract submitted to the conference system (http://incob2014.org/submissions/full-paper-submission-information/).

Breakout Sessions: the conference has also allowed the opportunity for proposals for breakout sessions(http://incob2014.org/submissions/breakout-session-proposal-submission-information/).

Poster/Demo/Highlights Abstract Submissions:
Abstracts for oral software/database demonstrations and research highlights and for poster presentations can now be submitted (http://incob2014.org/submissions/poster-demo-highlights-submissions/).

Professor Mary O’Kane ‐ NSW Government, Australia
Professor Gil Omenn ‐ University of Michigan, USA
Professor Terry Gaasterland ‐ University of California, San Diego, USA
Professor Terry Speed ‐ WEHI, Institute of Medical Research, VIC, Australia
Professor John Mattick ‐ Garvan Institute, Sydney, Australia
Professor Simon Foote ‐ Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Professor Lars Nielsen ‐ The University of Queensland, QLD, Australia
Professor Zhaxybay Zhumadilov ‐ Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan
Associate Professor Regina Berretta – The University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Associate Professor Jean Yang – The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Additional Information
Event URL:http://incob2014.org
ISCB Member Discount:10 percent
Contact Person:Registration/logistics: ASN Events Pty (bd@asnevents.net.au); Submissions: Shoba Ranganathan, Christ ([javascript protected email address])

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