Life Sciences Informatics.
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Participation

View Conference Details/Submit a Proposal

For the past two years we've explored bioinformatics as the theme of the annual O'Reilly Bioinformatics Technology Conference. At O'Reilly, we recognize that informatics is a dynamic and wide-reaching discipline. For 2004, we're expanding the scope of the conference and renaming it to reflect the evolutionary changes happening in the field of life science informatics.

The O'Reilly Life Science Informatics Conference brings together practitioners from biology, molecular biology, computer science, pharmacology, medicine, software engineering, chemistry, and mathematics for four days of information exchange, learning, and fun. This conference explores the intersection points of the various sub-disciplines of life science informatics and focuses on practical ways of applying the tools of computer science to the life sciences.

Proposals Due September 1, 2003

Submit a conference session or tutorial proposal (All presenters whose conference sessions are accepted will receive free registration to the conference. In addition, for each half-day tutorial, the presenter receives one night's accommodation and a travel allowance.)

Submit a poster proposal

Additional Information

For exhibition and sponsorship information, contact Andrew Calvo: .

For registration questions, contact Linda Holder: .

For media related inquiries, contact Suzanne Axtell: .

Topics

Systems biology

Structural Bioinformatics

Drug discovery

Advanced sequence analysis

Cheminformatics and Chemogenomics

Biomedical informatics

Open Source efforts

Ontologies, controlled vocabularies, taxonomies

Standards

Tools and techniques

Conference News

If you're not planning to submit a proposal, but would like to send topic suggestions, email .

The buzz from last year -- check out the O'Reilly Network's news coverage and blogs from last year's O'Reilly Biinformatics Technology Conference. You can also download presentation and multimedia files from our previous conference.

Author signing.
The author signing event is a great opportunity to exchange ideas and just talk shop in general(photos by Derrick Story).

James Kent.
James Kent after receiving the 2003 Benjamin Franklin Award presented by J. W. Bizzaro of Bioinformatics.org (photos by Derrick Story).

Exhibition and Sponsorship -- If you are interested in exhibiting or sponsoring the conference, telephone Andrew Calvo at 707-827-7176, or email .


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