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The Second Automated Function Prediction Meeting
United States - CA - San Diego

Hosted by:California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology
Venue:University of California, San Diego
Dates:Aug 30, 2006 through Sep 01, 2006

Call for Papers or Oral Presentations:2006-01-15 through 2006-04-26
Call for Posters:2006-01-15 through 2006-06-15
Event Registration:2006-03-01 through 2006-08-30
Early Registration Deadline:2006-06-30
 
Description
 
The Second Automated Function Prediction Meeting, AFP 2006, will take place at the campus of the University of California, San Diego, USA August 30 through September 1, 2006. The meeting will feature three exciting days of discsussions on computational function prediction in molecular biology. AFP 2006 will feature plenary talks delivered by leading researchers in the field, talks from selected abstracts, a special discussion panel on gene and protein annotation, and a poster session. Presenters of select abstracts will have the opportunity to publish their talk as an article in a special section of BMC Bioinformatics.

Confirmed speakers include: Russ Altman, Stanford University; Philip Bourne, UCSD; Terry Gaasterland, Scripps Institute for Oceanography and Adam Godzik, The Burnham Institute / UCSD.

For more information on talk abstract submission, poster submission, speakers and sponsorship opportunities please go to the meeting website.

http://BioFunctionPrediction.org/AFP/afp06

For previous meetings, and the mission of the AFP Special Interest Group please go to:

http://BioFunctionPrediction.org
 
Additional Information
 
Event URL:http://BioFunctionPrediction.org/AFP/afp06
ISCB Member Discount:None
Contact Person:Iddo Friedberg ([javascript protected email address])


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