GLBIO 2013 - Registration Is Now Open
Dear ISCB Members, Colleagues, and Past GLBIO Attendees:
The Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference is ISCB's annual event focused on providing an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of research findings and methods within the North American Great Lakes region. The conference fosters long-term relationships, provides networking opportunities for researchers from within the region, and creates a collaborative environment for participants from around the world. The 2013 program has been retooled with new elements that will increase the opportunities to present research at many different stages of development. GLBIO will kick off with tutorials and include a full program of keynotes, selected original research presentations, highlights of published works, flash presentations and posters. Your participation is encouraged!
Registration is now open at: www.iscb.org/glbio2013-register and early registration pricing is available through April 14, 2013.
In addition, all Calls for Presentations are now open:
Original Research Papers (Proceedings) Deadline: Jan 14, 2013
Highlight Presentations (previously published papers) Deadline: Jan 14, 2013
Flash Presentations (abstracts) Deadline: Jan 14, 2013
Poster Presentations (abstracts) Deadline: Mar 22, 2013
GLBIO topic areas include: Algorithm Development & Machine Learning; Databases and Ontologies; Text Mining & Natural Language Processing; Bioimage Analysis; Biological Networks; Chemical Biology; Clinical Informatics & Epidemiology; Disease Models & Molecular Medicine; Evolutionary, Comparative, and Meta-Genomics, Gene Regulation & Transcriptomics; Mass Spectrometry & Proteomics; Personalized Genetics and Genomics: Exome, Genome, Transcriptome; RNA & Protein: Structure, Modification, Localizations, Interaction, Function.
This year's keynote presenters exemplify the diversity of the field within this region: Ivet Bahar of University of Pittsburgh; Ziv Bar-Joseph of Carnegie Mellon University (and recipient of the 2012 ISCB Overton Prize); Jing Li of Case Western Reserve University; and Isidore Rigoutsos of Thomas Jefferson University.
We look forward to your participation! Please help spread the word by sharing this information with your colleagues and collaborators.
Bruce Aronow, Elodie Ghedin, and Russell Schwartz
GLBIO 2013 Conference Chairs