News: Computational Biology student/post doc In the UK or EU? Come to our Bioinformatics Student Symposium!
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ben.white10
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ben.white10 wrote:

On behalf of ISCB Regional Student Group for the UK (RSG-UK), I would like to invite you to attend the 2nd Bioinformatics Student Symposium, taking place on 7th October 2015 at The Genome Analysis Centre, Norwich, UK.

The symposium will be a great opportunity for students and young researchers to present their work, and to build connections within the Computational Biology community of the UK.

 

Keynote Speakers:
Professor Michael Sternberg, Imperial College London
Professor Veronica van Heyningen CBE, University College London
Professor Michael Stumpf, Imperial College London
Dr. Mick Watson, Edinburgh Genomics

 

Post-doctoral speakers:
Dr. Pirita Paanjanen from The Genome Analysis Centre
Dr. Carl Barton from Queen Mary, University of London

 

Key Dates:
Group Registration Deadline: September 11, 2015
Abstract Call Deadline: September 14, 2015
Travel Fellowship Application Deadline: September 25, 2015

 

An abstract call is currently open. We encourage and invite students to submit the abstracts of their work for oral and/or poster presentation. Two travel fellowships are available for students with accepted abstracts and students will be awarded for outstanding presentations. Please visit the following links for further information:

 

Registration: http://rsguk.eventbrite.co.uk[1] 
Abstract submission: http://submit.iscbsc.org/[2]

 

RSG-UK welcomes students, and early-career researchers from all areas of Computational Biology to join our community. Please help us to spread the word by sharing the event poster and using the hashtag #RSGUK15 on social media.

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