Hello all

 

Earlybird for BioInfoSummer 2013 finishes tomorrow.

 

For a full list of speakers, the program and registration head to www.amsi.org.au/bis.

 

Many thanks

 

Joanna Wilson

Administrative Assistant (Research & Higher Education)Mathematics of Planet Earth Administrator

Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute

 

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Register now for BioInfoSummer 2013: www.amsi.org.au/BIS


 

 

AMSI.org.au

BioInfoSummer 2013

 

REGISTER HERE

 

 

Discover the latest developments in biological research and data analysis

 

BioInfoSummer is a major annual bioinformatics event in Australia, covering state-of-the-art technologies used in medical, biological research and data analysis. 

 

Prominent national and international experts will share the latest developments in next generation sequencing, evolutionary and systems biology and programming for bioinformaticians.

 

 

Register before 25 October for Earlybird Rates 

 

Full Program now available

 

 

Speakers include:

  • Prof Stephen Donnellan, The University of Adelaide
  • Dr Sylvain Foret, The Australian National University
  • Dr Stéphane Guindon, The University of Auckland
  • Dr Joseph Heled, The University of Auckland
  • Dr Barbara Holland, The University of Tasmania
  • Assoc Prof Gavin Huttley, The Australian National University
  • Dr Ben Kaehler, The Australian National University
  • Dr Karin Kassahn, SA Pathology
  • Professor Jeff Leek, Johns Hopkins University
  • Dr Martin Morgan, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  • Dr Ville Mäkinen, Helsinki University of Technology
  • Dr Alicia Oshlack, The Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
  • Prof Falk Schreiber, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
  • Prof Terry Speed, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research
  • Assoc Prof Jean Yang, The University of Sydney

 

Program extras: 

  • Opening ceremony (Monday)
  • Public Lecture by Prof Stephen Donnellan (Tuesday)
  • AMSI Intern showcase (Wednesday)
  • Poster session and networking drinks (Thursday)
  • Conference BBQ  (Thursday)

View the program

 

“BioInfoSummer was a brilliant introduction to the field of bioinformatics, providing an engaging cross-section of current directions and a flavour of things to come. I have left stimulated

and excited about my future in the field.”

 

- Jake Parker, BioInfoSummer 2012 attendee

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If you're a student who lives outside South Australia, you could be eligible for up to $750 in travel allowance.

 

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