[BiO BB] Fourth Virtual Conference on Genomics and Bioinformatics

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Fourth Virtual Conference on Genomics and Bioinformatics
September 21-24, 2004
Location: Virtual Locations Worldwide (List available at
Registration fees:  None

The Virtual Conference on Genomics and Bioinformatics is an advanced
collaborative environment featuring high profile researchers involved
in the development and use of cutting edge technologies and approaches
which allow a better understanding of the molecular structure and
dynamics of biological systems. The objectives of the conference are:

* Transcend geographical and economical barriers for the exchange of
ideas that facilitates the interaction and collaboration among
scientists and educators around the world.
* Address the benefits and limitations of the newest developments in
post-genomic technologies.
* Explore the social and ethical implications of genomic and
bioinformatic research.
* Establish new ways to introduce the high school community to today's
multidisciplinary science.


Uri Alon, Weizmann Institute of Science. Israel
Wanda Andreoni, IBM Zürich Research Laboratory, Switzerland
Kim Baldridge, Universität Zürich. Switzerland
Patsy Babbitt. University of California, San Francisco. USA
Irene Bosch, University of Massachusetts Medical School. USA
Carlos Camacho, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Colin C. Collins, Medicine and Cancer Research Institute, UCSF. USA
Charles DeLisi, Boston University. USA
Martin Gollery, University of Nevada at Reno. USA
Fern Hunt, National Institute of Standards and Technology. USA
S.S. Iyengar, Louisiana State University. USA
Maricel Kann, National Institutes of Health. NCBI. USA
Eugene Koonin, National Institutes of Health. USA
Luis Rocha, Los Alamos National Laboratory. USA
John B. Shabb, University of North Dakota. USA
Wibke Sudholt, Universität Zürich. Switzerland
Christoph W. Sensen, University of Calgary. Canada
Richard Simon, National Institutes of Health. NCI. USA
Jason Suen, California Institute of Technology, USA
Sarah B. Tegen, National Academy of Sciences, USA
William Perrizo, North Dakota State University. USA
Willy Valdivia-Granda. Orion Integrated Biosciences. USA
Yuzhen Ye, The Burnham Institute. USA
Roie Yerushalmi, Weizmann Institute of Science. Israel

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