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    Events: CfP: Session on Personal Genomics @ Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 2010
    Submitted by Can Alkan; posted on Tuesday, March 31, 2009

    DATES: January 4-10, 2010
    LOCALE: The Big Island of Hawaii, USA

    This session focuses on the development of novel computational methods in all aspects of Personal Genomics including genetic and epigenetic variation discovery, genotype-phenotype associations, indexing and cataloguing both normal and disease-related variation, exome capture and resequencing, and personalized medicine. This session has a broad target audience that includes algorithm developers working on sequence analysis, genomics researchers, pharmacogeneticists, and medical geneticists.

    We would like to invite contributions presenting new methods in algorithm development, genomics, pharmacogenomics, chemoinformatics, and medical genetics aimed to advance the newly emerging field of Personal Genomics. In particular, we encourage submission of papers on high-throughput sequencing, analysis of whole genome genotyping assays, variation discovery, and genome-wide association studies. Papers presenting new methods should provide experimental or empirical evidence of the performance and practicality of the new methods.


    Paper submission deadline: July 13, 2009
    Notification of paper acceptance: September 10, 2009
    Poster submission deadline: November 9, 2009


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