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One Day Meeting - 5th Annual Symposium of the Cambridge Computational Biology Institute

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Tea breaks and lunch will be provided


Confirmed speakers include:

  • Boris Adryan (Genetics, CSBC , CCBI)

    Computational studies of co-occurrence or One transcription factor seldom comes alone
  • Ed Bullmore (Psychiatry, Brain Mapping Unit)

    Complex brain networks
  • Anton Enright (European Bioinformatics Institute)

    Understanding microRNA function through computation and experiment
  • Richard Durbin (Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, DAMTP , CCBI)

    Studying human genetic variation from whole genome sequence
  • Robert Glen (Chemistry)

    Dynamic pharmacophores at the 5HT1B receptor
  • Pietro Lio’ (Computer Laboratory, CCBI )

    Bayesian inference on hidden knowledge in high-throughput molecular biology data
  • Carl Rasumussen (Engineering)

  • Tim Revasi (UCSD, KAUST )
  • Peter Robinson (Charite University, Berlin)

    The Human Phenotype Ontology
  • Simon Tavare(DAMTP, Oncology, CCBI )

    O fly where art thou?
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