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    Events: CHI's Second Annual Bioinformatics in the Genome Era
    Submitted by James Prudhomme; posted on Tuesday, October 16, 2012

    DATES: February 13-15, 2013
    LOCALE: Moscone North Convention Center, San Francisco, CA

    Explosive growth of biological information has resulted from many advances in the field of molecular biology and sophisticated techniques and equipment used to carry out rapid genome sequencing. These advances have enabled improvement in biological research and clinical medicine. For example, scientists are able to find cures for some hereditary or acquired diseases and cancers by viewing or analyzing genes directly related to them. Through the use of computational simulation and network modeling, the molecular basis of a disease can be observed. Drugs can then be designed that target those genes which are diseased. Thought leaders will present how bioinformatics is being integrated and applied to real scientific or research problems that drug discovery/development typically face and how its application has impacted them. This conference is part of the Informatics Channel at the 20th International Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference.


    • NGS Platforms and Workflows: Data Analysis and Implementation
    • Integrating Genomic Information
    • Collaborations: Role of Bioinformatics and its Positive Impact on
    • Translational Medicine Implementing the Rapid-Learning Healthcare System for Cancer Care
    • Bioinformatics in Translational Medicine: Systems Biology Approaches
    • Data Integration Strategies to Support Clinical & Translational Research


    Download a PDF brochure at[...]18023


    Early registration discounts are available. Register at[...]11101 or call 781-972-5400.

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