Venue: Microsoft Research New England
Horace Mann Conference Room
First Floor Conference Center
One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA
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Computational Aspects of Biological Information (CABI) 2017 is the fifth one-day symposium on challenges and successes in computational biology. CABI 2017 will be held at Microsoft Research New England on October 13, 2017 and will bring together experts to discuss computational solutions to problems in biology, including systems biology, genomics, and related areas. The symposium is open to everyone and registration is free of charge. Lunch will be served.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Yoseph Barash, University of Pennsylvania
- Susan Holmes, Stanford University
- Daniel MacArthur, Broad Institute
- Todd Golub, Broad Institute
- Nancy Cox, Vanderbilt University
- Jonathan Carlson, Microsoft
- Gill Bejerano, Stanford University
- Bernat Olle, Vedanta Biosciences, Inc.
- Polina Anikeeva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Nir Yoseph, Berkeley University
- Nicolo Fusi, Microsoft Research
- Francesco Casale, Microsoft Research
- Jennifer Listgarten, Microsoft Research
There will be a poster session in the afternoon. See the Poster Submissions tab for details.
Hospitality Notice for University and Government Employees: Microsoft Research is providing hospitality at this event. Please consult with your institution to determine whether you can accept meals and other hospitality under your institution’s ethics rules and any other laws that might apply. By accepting our invitation, you confirm that this invitation is compliant with your institution’s policies.
Upon arrival, be prepared to show a picture ID and sign the Building Visitor Log when approaching the Lobby Floor Security Desk. Alert them to the name of the event you are attending and ask them to direct you to the appropriate floor. The talks will be held the First Floor Conference Center, Horace Mann Conference Room.