Cells, Circuits and Computation

December 17, 2010 § Leave a comment

The third annual one-day Systems Biology conference “Cells, Circuits and Computation” will be held on Friday, January 21 2011, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm in Harvard’s Northwest Building (52 Oxford Street), hosted by the FAS Center for Systems Biology.  This year’s theme is Computational Biology in Boston.

The goal of this conference is to bring together the Systems Biology community in the larger Boston area. Registration is now open until January 14.

Speakers:

Keynote: Aviv Regev (Broad Institute)

Curtis Huttenhower (Harvard School of Public Health)
Nick Patterson (Broad Institute)
Marian Walhout (UMass Worcester)
Daniel Segrè (Boston University)
Steven McCarroll (Harvard Medical School)
Eric Alm (MIT)

Four graduate student speakers will be selected from submitted abstracts.

The conference concludes with a poster session and light appetizers. We welcome poster topics in all research areas, not just computational biology. We will award a prize of $200 for the best poster.

Poster below the fold; please feel free to print out and distribute widely!

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