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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:

  • At least one of the poster authors must be a speaker or a registered attendee of the conference.
  • The poster itself may be no larger than 4' by 4'. Prepare to exhibit the poster for both pushpin and Velcro.
  • During the poster exhibition evening (Tuesday, February 4, 2003), the presenter must be in the poster exhibition room and available to discuss the work with conference attendees.

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.


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

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