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PLOS Computational Biology Symposium

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Air date: Friday, September 16, 2016, 10:00:00 AM
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Category: Conferences
Runtime: 04:12:31
Description: The topic of the Symposium will be “Computational Biology: Past, Present, and Future”. The Symposium will be chaired by Editors-in-Chief Ruth Nussinov and Jason Papin, and the journal’s Founding Editor-in-Chief, NIH’s own Philip E. Bourne. Keynote addresses will be given by David J. Lipman, Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, and Bert Vogelstein. The Symposium agenda also includes two Discussion Panels served by PLOS Computational Biology editors from a range of fields. The morning panel will discuss the “Biggest challenges and greatest opportunities in computational biology over the next 10 years”. The afternoon panel will discuss “How computational biology – and computing in general – will affect human health”.
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Author: PLOS Computational Biology Symposium
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Abstract: (CIT): The topic of the Symposium will be Computational Biology: Past, Present, and Future. The Symposium will be chaired by Editors-in-Chief Ruth Nussinov and Jason Papin, and the journal's Founding Editor-in-Chief, NIH's own Philip E. Bourne. Keynote addresses will be given by David J. Lipman, Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, and Bert Vogelstein. The Symposium agenda also includes two discussion panels served by PLOS Computational Biology editors from a range of fields. The morning panel will discuss the biggest challenges and greatest opportunities in computational biology over the next 10 years. The afternoon panel will discuss How computational biology - and computing in general - will affect human health.
Subjects: Computational Biology
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NLM Classification: QU 26.5
NLM ID: 101696063
CIT Live ID: 19639
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