[bioinfo] FW: Forwarding RECOMB Regulation/Systems/DREAM5 announcement to UIUC
szhong at ad.uiuc.edu
Mon Sep 6 11:50:09 CDT 2010
From: manoli at mit.edu [mailto:manoli at mit.edu]
Sent: Monday, September 06, 2010 8:45 AM
To: Sheng Zhong
Subject: Forwarding RECOMB Regulation/Systems/DREAM5 announcement to UIUC
Could you please forward the following announcement to UIUC?
The deadline for abstract submissions is on Friday Sept 10 at midnight.
Many many thanks!!
Manolis Kellis - manoli at mit.edu - http://mit.edu/manoli
Associate Professor, MIT EECS, CSAIL, Broad Institute
Subject: RECOMB Regulatory Genomics, Systems Biology, and DREAM5 2010 abstract deadline Sept 10
We wanted to remind you that the deadline for abstract submissions,
and the discounted early registration deadline, for RECOMB Regulatory
Genomics / Systems Biology / DREAM5 is in a few days, on Friday Sept
10 at 11:59pm US Eastern Time (extended from the original Monday
deadline due to the US Labor Day Holiday).
We are excited by the many registrations and abstract submissions
already, and hope that the extended deadline allows more of you to
register for the conference and present your recent work to what has
become one of the most exciting conferences in our field.
The meeting is moving to New York from Boston this year, and the venue
at Columbia University in the heart of New York City promises both
great science, and an exciting 5 days in the city that never sleeps.
The meeting will run from Tue Nov 16 till Sat Nov 20, starting with
DREAM5 on Tuesday, continuing with Systems Biology on Wednesday and
Thursday, and ending with Regulatory Genomics on Friday and Saturday.
Submitted abstracts will be considered for oral platform presentations
and also poster presentations. Accepted abstracts will be included in
an abstract book to be distributed to all conference participants,
along with abstracts of full-length papers accepted in our partner
journals PLoS Computational Biology, PLoS ONE, and the Journal of
All submitted abstracts that are not associated with a submitted paper
will be treated as personal communication, and the authors will
reserve the right to publish their work elsewhere.
For details on the meeting, registration, abstract submission and
formatting instructions, please see: http://recombsat.c2b2.columbia.edu/
We look forward to welcoming you in New York City this Fall!
The conference chairs: Manolis Kellis (MIT), Ziv Bar-Joseph (CMU),
Andrea Califano (Columbia), Gustavo Stolovitzky (IBM)
The local organization chair: Zhong Li (Columbia)
Call for Papers, Abstracts, and Challenge Predictions
JOINT CONFERENCE ON REGULATORY GENOMICS AND SYSTEMS BIOLOGY
7th RECOMB Satellite Meeting on Regulatory Genomics
6th RECOMB Satellite Meeting on Systems Biology
5th Dialogue on Reverse Engineering Assessment and Methods (DREAM5)
In partnership with: PLoS Computational Biology and PLoS ONE, and the Journal of Computational Biology
Tue Nov 16, 2010 - Sat Nov 20, 2010
Following the success of last year's meeting we have once again combined three key conferences in regulatory and systems biology in what has become one of the premier meetings in our field. The goal of the joint meeting is to bring computational and experimental scientists together towards a systems-level understanding of gene regulation, cell signaling and other cellular processes. The meeting will consist of invited keynote presentations, oral presentations of accepted papers and abstracts, DREAM5 presentations of reverse engineering challenge responses, and four poster sessions.
The 2009 meeting drew more than 500 participants, including 125 international participants from 27 countries. We received 250+ abstract submissions, 430+ challenge predictions, and 50+ paper submissions, resulting in 90 oral presentations, 160 poster presentations, and 17 papers published in our partner journals, and we are looking forward to a similar success in New York this year.
Topics for papers and abstracts include:
* RG: Modeling and recognition of regulatory motifs and modules.
* RG: Chromatin state establishment, maintenance, and role in development.
* RG: Post-transcriptional regulation and small regulatory RNAs.
* RG & SB: Regulatory networks, metabolic networks, proteomic networks.
* RG & SB & DREAM: Pathway inference and reverse engineering of cellular networks.
* SB: Cellular signatures of biological responses and disease states.
* SB: Phosphorylation, metabolic fluxes, systematic phenotyping.
* SB: Mathematical modeling and simulation of biological systems.
* DREAM: experimental/algorithmic designs of reverse engineering protocols.
* DREAM: assessment and comparison of reverse engineering methods.
Keynote speakers for 2010 include: Eran Segal and Randall Moon (DREAM5), Alan Aderem, Scott Powell, Stuart Schreiber, Marc Vidal, and Stephen Altschuler (Systems Biology), and Charlie Boone, Chris Sander, Harmen Bussemaker, John Stamatoyannopoulos, Leonid Krugliak, Mike Snyder, and Tom Gingeras (Regulatory Genomics).
DREAM5 challenges are available for download:
Best performers will be invited to present their methods as an oral presentation at the conference.
Conference registration website (now open):
Detailed submission instructions and additional information is at:
We look forward to welcoming you in New York this November!
The Conference Chairs:
Regulatory Genomics: Manolis Kellis (MIT), Ziv Bar-Joseph (CMU)
Systems Biology/DREAM5: Andrea Califano (Columbia), Gustavo Stolovitzky (IBM)
Local organization: Zhong Li (Columbia)
Regulatory Genomics Program Committee: Adam Margolin, Alexander Hartemink, Alexander Schliep, Christina Leslie, Christopher Workman, Eleazar Eskin, Eran Segal, Itamar Simon, Manolis Kellis, Mathieu Blanchette, Michael Brent, Nitin S Baliga, Orly Alter, Panayiotis (Takis) Benos, Quaid Morris, Ron Shamir, Saurabh Sinha, Sheng Zhong, Sridhar Hannenhalli, Tim Hughes, Uri Keich, Uwe Ohler, Ziv Bar-Joseph
Systems Biology Program Committee: Anna Panchenko, Avi Ma'ayan, Charlie Boone, Chris Sanders, Dana Peer, Dennis Vitkup, Chris Wiggins, Diego di Bernardo, Franziska Michor, Gary Bader, Gregoire Altan Bonnet, Harmen Bussemaker, Hunter Fraser, Igor Jurisica, Ilya Nemenman, Ilya Shmulevich, Ioannis Xenarios, Jim Collins, Joel Bader, John Stam, Leonid Krugliak, Madan Babu, Maricel Kann, Mike Snyder, Mona Singh, Pavel Sumazin, Raul Rabadan, Reinhard Laubenbacher, Richard Bonneau, Roded Sharan, Rune Linding, Saeed Tavazoie, Satoru Miyano, Seungchan Kim, Teresa Przytycka, Theodore Perkins, Tom Gingeras, Yuval Kluger, Yves Lussier
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