Poster Session

The O'Reilly Bioinformatics Technology Conference will feature a formal poster session that encourages presenters and attendees to learn about each others' work. Posters will be judged by our poster subcommittee for best in show.

Date: Tuesday, February 4, 2003
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Balboa Room (third floor)

Please note that the start time of the poster session has changed to begin one hour later than previously scheduled; at 7:00 PM.

The rules are simple:

The poster exhibition room (Balboa Room) opens at 12:00 noon on Tuesday to allow presenters time to hang their posters. Poster presenters must be present in the poster exhibition room at 6:00 pm for the formal poster session. There is no audio/visual support for the poster session.

The poster exhibition room will remain open from 7:00 am - 4:00 pm on Wednesday, the following day, to allow for casual viewing by conference attendees.

All posters must be removed from the room before 6:00 pm on Wednesday evening. O'Reilly & Associates is not responsible for lost or damaged posters and makes no claim to keep them secure.

Posters

A HYBRID PROGRESSIVE-ITERATIVE ALGORITHM FOR MULTIPLE STRUCTURAL ALIGNMENT
Presented by: Dmitry Lupyan, Researcher, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

ACGT - A Comparative Genomics Tool
Presented by: Tao Xie, Postdoc, Institute for Syatems Biology

An Automated protocol for analysis of Polyketide Synthases.
Presented by: Gitanjali Yadav, SRF, Natinal Institute Of Immunology

An Open-Source Parallelization of BLAST
Presented by: Wu-chun Feng, Team Leader & Adjunct Assistant Professor, Los Alamos National Laboratory

ASTRANOM System for TRAnscriptional Networks Observation and Modelling
Presented by: Eugene Berezikov, Dr., Hubrecht Laboratory

BioneQ - The Quebec Bioinformatics Network
Presented by: Sylvain Foisy, Project Manager, BioneQ

Biopipe - A flexible workflow framework for bioinformatics analysis
Presented by: Kiran Ratnapu, Bioinformatics Programmer, Fugu-Informatics, IMCB

BTW: a corpus-based Bilingual Terminological Wizard for Biology Studies
Presented by: Yini Cui, Miss, Shanghai Jiaotong University

Cancer Bioinformatics Infrastructure Objects (caBIO)
Presented by: Himanso Sahni, Sr.Software Engineer, NCI/SAIC

Characterization of Transposable Elements
Presented by: Wan-Ying Chang, Assistant Professor, California State University, Fullerton

DNA Sequence Analysis Using Microsoft .Net
Presented by: Pacha Nambi, Computer Instructor, Bellevue Community College, Bellevue, WA 98004

Dynamic Data Visualization in Bioinformatics
Presented by: Satyam Priyadarshy, Consultant, RKR Group

Exploring the Swissprot data model
Presented by: Eric Jain Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics

Extension of A Bayesian Recombination Detection Model
Presented by: FANG FANG, Graduate Student, Iowa State University

Finding Short Sequence Regions with Unusual Homology in Multiple, Diverse Sequences
Presented by: John McNeil, V.P. of Informatics, Ibis Therapeutics

GenBankParser: When all you want is to parse the flat files.
Presented by: John Kloss, Programmer, Database Administrator, Systems Administrator, Genome Sequencing Center, Washington University Medical School in St. Louis

GeneDB: a generic database for genome resources
Presented by: Arnaud Kerhornou, scientific programmer, The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Generating the physical map of the Fugu genome: Development of computer system by using Java 2 Enter
Presented by: Tanya Vavouri, Ms, MRC-Human Genome Mapping Project Resource Centre, UK

Hardware accelerated iterative sequence profile search
Presented by: Roland Luethy, Ph.D., TimeLogic Corp.

High Throughput Assay Design for Re-Sequencing of Exons
Presented by: Ellen Kloss Washington University

In Silico Identification of Candidate Single Nucleotide Polymorphism in Model Organisms
Presented by: Victor Guryev, Dr., Hubrecht Laboratory

Integration of BioPerl for the analysis of plant genomic sequences at Orion Genomics
Presented by: Andy Nunberg, Computational Biologist, Orion Genomics

Neural Network-Based Prediction of Mutation Induced Protein Stability Changes
Presented by: Christopher Frenz, Graduate Student, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Process Biology: integrated genomics and bioinformatics tools for improved target assessment
Presented by: Sittichoke Saisanit, Principal Scientist, Hoffmann-La Roche Inc.

Profiling Genomes with Genomic Signature Tags (GSTs)
Presented by: Sean McCorkle, Bioinformaticist, Brookhaven National Laboratory

SWISS-PROT: more than a protein sequence database
Presented by: Isabelle Phan, Dr., Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics

The distance function us the continuous distance of biopolymer sequences
Presented by: Gagik Hakobyan, Assoc. prof., Yerevan State University

The E-MSD relational database and search system
Presented by: John Tate, Dr, European Bioinformatics Institute

Web Tools for Sequenceing Data Flow
Presented by: Steve Stoufer, Scientist, Roche Bioscience