Genomics

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*Genomes 2008
Paris, France
8 Apr 2008 - 11 Apr 2008
The emphasis of the meeting will be comparative analyses of pathogenic and environmental microbes, functional genomics, computational genomics and systems biology in the light of the new technological developments..

*“Genomics and Molecular Virology”
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
2 Mar 2008 - 7 Mar 2008
new wellcome trust advanced course. The material covered will be aimed specifically at specialist registrars and clinical scientists who have passed the MRCPath part 1 and will cover both practical and theoretical aspects of molecular diagnostics..

* Genomics And Clinical microbiology 2008
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
27 Jan 2008 - 1 Feb 2008
The overall aim of the course is to provide training for clinical scientists, specialist registrars and consultants in medical microbiology (including joint medical microbiology and infectious diseases) in the application of current genetic techniques.

*Toxicogenomics in Drug Safety Assessment
London, United Kingdom
3 Dec 2007 - 6 Dec 2007
We are very pleased to announce that the 2nd Annual Toxicogenomics in Drug Safety Assessment will be opening its doors on 4th and 5th December 2007, London..

*RAT GENOMICS & MODELS
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
6 Dec 2007 - 9 Dec 2007
We are looking forward to a broad-based meeting, and abstracts are welcomed on all scientific topics related to rat genetics, genomics and physiology..

*EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY (ECSB): DESIGN, PROGRAMMING AND OPTIMISATION OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain
24 Nov 2007 - 29 Nov 2007
ECSB 2007 will draw on international expertise from, on the one hand, Biological disciplines (e.g. Genomics, Proteomics, Metabolomics, etc), and on the other hand, Computational and Engineering experts to present a balanced overview.

* WORKING WITH THE HUMAN GENOME SEQUENCE Nov 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
12 Nov 2007 - 14 Nov 2007
This workshop provides an intensive introduction to bioinformatics tools freely available on the internet, focusing primarily on the Human Genome data. Students will be given hands-on training in the use of public databases & web-based sequence analysis.

*GENOME INFORMATICS 2007
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
1 Nov 2007 - 5 Nov 2007
The focus for this conference is large-scale genome informatics. Biology is an experimental science that is experiencing an explosion of new data..

*COMPUTATIONAL & COMPARATIVE GENOMICS
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
7 Nov 2007 - 13 Nov 2007
The course focuses on approaches for extracting the maximum amount of information from protein and DNA sequence similarity through sequence database searches, statistical analysis, and multiple sequence alignment..

*COMPARATIVE GENOMICS OF EUKARYOTIC MICROORGANISMS: EUKARYOTIC GENOME EVOLUTION
Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain
20 Oct 2007 - 25 Oct 2007
In this conference we bring together the experts from around Europe and the rest of the world to meet and discuss with interested participants the current state of and future of comparative genomics..

* WORKING WITH THE HUMAN GENOME SEQUENCE Oct 2007
Kilifi, Kenya
23 Oct 2007 - 25 Oct 2007
This three-day Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute workshop provides an intensive introduction to bioinformatics tools freely available on the internet, focusing primarily on the Human Genome data..

*PHARMACOGENOMICS 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
17 Oct 2007 - 20 Oct 2007
This meeting will focus on the opportunities presented by the growing contribution of emerging genomic information and technologies to interdisciplinary approaches in the study of variable responses of humans to drugs and toxic agents.

* Functional Genomics and systems biology Oct 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
10 Oct 2007 - 14 Oct 2007
Sessions include: Transcriptome and proteome analysis; RBAi and mutagenesis studies; Single cell level analysis; Gene regulation networks and pathway analysis; Computational data analysis and interprevention; Functional Genomics of disease.

*CLINICAL CARDIOVASCULAR GENOMICS
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
10 Oct 2007 - 13 Oct 2007
This meeting will address state-of the-art approaches to investigate the molecular and genetic basis of cardiovascular disease. Technologies and applications will be emphasized in both clinical and animal model studies. The expected impact of large scale.

*Genomics and Chemical Space: a new Locus for Drug Discovery
Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom
12 Oct 2007 - 12 Oct 2007
Biological and chemical space are the long-term dimensions of drug discovery. Methods to explore their relationship through the definition of interactions between proteins and small chemical entities will be reviewed and their applications discussed..

*Genomes, Medicine and the Environment 2007
San Diego, CA, United States
8 Oct 2007 - 10 Oct 2007
Attendees will have the chance to meet with experts in a variety of genomics disciplines, participate in interactive, in-depth discussions on future innovations in the field and network with colleagues and life sciences suppliers..

*3rd International Symposium "EXPERIMENTAL STANDARD CONDITIONS OF ENZYME CHARACTERIZATIONS"
Ruedesheim/Rhein, Germany
23 Sep 2007 - 26 Sep 2007
Both a large number of metabolic pathways & enzymes even in well-described pathways still remain unknown. It is therefore necessary to develop further experimental & mathematical methods to reconstruct unknown parts of the networks, to identify genes etc..

*Mutation Detection 2007
Xiamen, China
23 Sep 2007 - 27 Sep 2007
IXth International Symposium on Mutations in the Genome. This meeting aims to bring together all those interested in Mutation Detection methods and their application in Biology, Medicine and Agriculture..

*Mycoglobe International Conference 2006
Bari, Italy
26 Sep 2007 - 30 Sep 2007
"Advances on genomics, biodiversity and rapid systems for detection of toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins".

*Integrative Approaches to Brain Complexity 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
27 Sep 2007 - 30 Sep 2007
Understanding the structural and functional complexity of the vertebrate nervous system is the theme of this meeting. Advances in genomics and proteomics are defining the molecular building blocks that underpin the structural complexity of the brain.

*Convergence of Genomics & Land Grant Mission: Emerging Trends in the Application of Genetics in Agricultural Reseach
West Lafayette, IN, United States
10 Sep 2007 - 12 Sep 2007
The purpose of the meeting will be to share information, explore collaborations, and identify future research needs. This promises to be a rare opportunity to exchange scientific expertise and experiences between genomics researchers.

*GARNet 2007
Norwich, United Kingdom
10 Sep 2007 - 11 Sep 2007
The Annual Genomic Arabidopsis Research Network meeting will be held at the John Innes Conference Centre, Norwich, UK..

*WABI 2007 7th Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics
Philadelphia, PA, United States
8 Sep 2007 - 9 Sep 2007
The emphasis is on discrete algorithms and machine-learning methods that address important problems in molecular biology, that are founded on sound models, that are computationally efficient, and that have been implemented and tested in simulations.

*9th International Meeting on Human Genome Variation and Complex Genome Analysis
Barcelona, Spain
6 Sep 2007 - 8 Sep 2007
This symposium is the 9th in a series of international meetings devoted to the analysis of human variations in complex human diseases.

*EMBO Practical Course on Genome-wide SNP Association Studies
Helsinki, Finland
27 Aug 2007 - 31 Aug 2007
Practical course topics: High throughput SNP genotyping techniques; Structural variation in the human genome; Design of genome-wide association studies etc..

*3rd International Conference of Quantitative Genetics
Hangzhou, China
19 Aug 2007 - 24 Aug 2007
A comprehensive survey of the current status of quantitative genetics. New technologies in areas ranging from genomics and molecular genetics to statistics are providing both opportunities and challenges for our understanding ........

*CSB 2007 Workshop Alternative Splicing
San Diego, CA, United States
17 Aug 2007 - 17 Aug 2007
Alternative splicing (AS) generates multiple transcripts and protein products from a single eukaryotic gene. Genome-wide analyses have established the prevalence of alternative splicing in higher eukaryotes. Alternative splicing provides a major mechanism.

*Hyaloperonospora parasitica Genome Annotation Jamboree
Blacksburg, Virginia, United States
12 Aug 2007 - 17 Aug 2007
The series will include three workshops: Plant-Associated Microbe Gene Ontology (PAMGO) training workshop, and Oomycete Bioinformatics training workshop and the Hyaloperonspora parasitica Genome Annotation Jamboree..

*Genomic and Proteomic Approaches to Complex Heart, Lung, Blood, & Sleep Disorders
Bar Harbor, ME, United States
3 Aug 2007 - 11 Aug 2007
This highly acclaimed course covers the application of statistics, molecular biology and genetics to the analysis of complex diseases such as asthma, hypertension, and coronary heart disease. Both human and animal model data are presented and considered.

*Drosophila genetics and genomics
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
5 Aug 2007 - 20 Aug 2007
This will be an advanced course on the genetics and genomics of Drosophila. The intended audience is postdoctoral and graduate students now working in a fly lab, or students who have recently completed a PhD in another field.

*Oomycete Bioinformatics Training Workshop
Blacksburg, Virginia, United States
8 Aug 2007 - 10 Aug 2007
The series will include three workshops: Plant-Associated Microbe Gene Ontology (PAMGO) training workshop, and Oomycete Bioinformatics training workshop and the Hyaloperonspora parasitica Genome Annotation Jamboree..

*Plant-Associated Microbe Gene Ontology (PAMGO) Training Workshop
Blacksburg, Virginia, United States
8 Aug 2007 - 10 Aug 2007
The series will include three workshops: Plant-Associated Microbe Gene Ontology (PAMGO) training workshop, and Oomycete Bioinformatics training workshop and the Hyaloperonspora parasitica Genome Annotation Jamboree..

*STRUCTURAL, FUNCTIONAL & EVOLUTIONARY GENOMICS
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
29 Jul 2007 - 3 Aug 2007
Applications for this meeting must be submitted by July 8, 2007.

*2nd Annual International Conference on Metagenomics
La Jolla, San Diego, CA, United States
11 Jul 2007 - 13 Jul 2007
Metagenomics 2007 will provide invaluable opportunities to discuss and accelerate metagenomic research, ranging from microbial ecology, genomics and evolution, bioinformatics, and biogeochemistry, to ecological genomics, population/community genomics etc..

* "Genomics from Mendel to Microchips"
Davis, CA, United States
8 Jul 2007 - 13 Jul 2007
This 5-day course is designed to introduce secondary teachers to genomics and provide hands-on biotechnology and genomics activities for the classroom..

* Genomics of Common Diseases
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
7 Jul 2007 - 10 Jul 2007
Tthis meeting will aim to address the following topics: The state of the art in genome-wide association studies, accross a range of common diseases; The transition from knowledge of susceptibility genes to understaning of mechanism etc..

*Beyond Genome 2007
San Francisco, CA, United States
20 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
"Top 10 Challenges in the Post-Genome Era".

*Technological advances in understanding host responses to parasites and parasite manipulation of host responses
London, United Kingdom
29 Jun 2007 - 29 Jun 2007
Recent advances in parasite genome analysis, functional genomics, proteomics and cell culture have stimulated intense interest and research in this area. Dr Alisdair Nisbet, Moredun Research Institute (Meeting Chair).

* Functional Genomics and systems biology 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
20 Jun 2007 - 29 Jun 2007
An intensive course aimed at introducing participants to genome-wide analysis of gene function, including hands-on experience in performing RNAi, expression profiling and yeast 2-hybrid analyses..

*2nd ASM Conference on Pathogenomics
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
24 Jun 2007 - 27 Jun 2007
Details TBA. Please check website.

*5th International Conference on Pathways, Networks, and Systems
Porto Heli, Greece
24 Jun 2007 - 29 Jun 2007
With the availability of whole genome sequences, research attention shifts from gene sequences and genome content to protein functions and systems biology..

*Animal Biotechnology and its Applications to Animal and Human Health
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
14 Jun 2007 - 16 Jun 2007
This meeting aims to bring together those using genetics, genomics, transgenesis, developmental analysis and other techniques of molecular biology to discuss applications to veterinary and medical sciences, including, for example, stem cells and cloning,.

*Genomics in Business 2007
Amsterdam, Netherlands
17 Jun 2007 - 19 Jun 2007
This unique international conference focuses on applying genomics in today’s Agro-Food industry. New genomics technologies offer new innovative business prospectives..

*Transport ATPases: Structure, Mechanism, Genomics & Disease
Saxtons River, Vermont, United States
9 Jun 2007 - 14 Jun 2007
Vermont Academy Summer Research Conferences.

*"Pharmacogenetics & Human Genome Variation"
Montreal, Canada
21 May 2007 - 21 May 2007
The meetings are designed to update and increase knowledge of human genome variation and generally attract a stimulating and interesting collection of abstracts in all fields of human genome variation. (A satellite event to HUGO's HGM 2007 ).

*HUGO's 12th Human Genome Meeting HGM2007
Montreal, Canada
21 May 2007 - 24 May 2007
HUGO's Organising Committee is delighted to invite everyone interested or involved in human genome research to Montreal, Canada for HGM2007..

*Lab-on-a-Chip World Congress
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
15 May 2007 - 16 May 2007
The Lab-on-a-Chip World Congress is one of 3 co-located meetings centered on genomics and drug research..

* WORKING WITH THE HUMAN GENOME SEQUENCE May 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
8 May 2007 - 10 May 2007
This workshop provides an intensive introduction to bioinformatics tools freely available on the internet, focusing primarily on the Human Genome data. Students will be given hands-on training in the use of public databases & web-based sequence analysis.

*Humanising Model Organisms to Understand Pathogenesis of Human Disease
Hinxton, United Kingdom
1 May 2007 - 4 May 2007
It is the aim of this conference to report and discuss some of the outstanding advances that have recently been made in modelling human disease and foreign compound metabolism and how these models can be applied to disease prevention & drug development.

*Chemogenomics
Columbus, OH, United States
8 May 2007 - 10 May 2007
In this workshop, we will survey advances in experimental techniques for high throughput profiling, statistical design and assessment for association, and chemoinformatic techniques for large-scale datamining of compound-gene associations..

*Workshop on HONEY BEE GENOMICS & BIOLOGY
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
6 May 2007 - 8 May 2007
We are pleased to host a new workshop on Honey Bee Genomics & Biology, which will begin on the evening of Sunday, May 6, 2007 and run through lunch on Tuesday, May 8, immediately preceeding the Cold Spring Harbor meeting on The Biology of Genomes..

*DNA Microarrays: from target collections to profiles
London, United Kingdom
1 May 2007 - 1 May 2007
The focus of this meeting will be on data processing steps, validation strategies, and the translation of validated findings into biological / clinical context. Dr Eric Shoenmakers, Nijmegen, The Netherlands (Meeting Chair).

*2nd ASM Conference on Integrating Metabolism and Genomics (IMAGE2)
Montreal, Canada
30 Apr 2007 - 3 May 2007
Programme includes Setting the Stage-Carbon and Nitrogen Metabolism, Interaction of Prokaryotic Organelles with Bacterial Metabolism, Modeling and Computation plus much more..

*International Conference on Cellular Responses to DNA Damage
Hsin-Chu, Taiwan
26 Apr 2007 - 28 Apr 2007
New advents in the research field of the cellular responses to DNA damage are the theme of the conference. As new discovery is often led by a new tool of exploration, thus, we also include a workshop to introduce the recently-developed methods.

*Working with Pathogen Genomes 2007
Montevideo, Uruguay
16 Apr 2007 - 20 Apr 2007
The 5-day residential workshop will aim to give microbiologists who have a working knowledge of computational sequence analysis, a firm grounding in the use of the latest genome analysis software (Artemis and ACT).

* EMBO World Practical Course on Comparative Genomics
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
8 Apr 2007 - 14 Apr 2007
A world-class practical course aimed for specialists and advanced students from the biomedical sciences, computing sciences and bioinformatics, and it has been designed to provide prospective students with the facilities to carry out their research..

* Genomic Disorders 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
21 Mar 2007 - 23 Feb 2007
We aim to facilitate interaction between scientists and physicians investigating the genomic bases of disease and to further foster links among genomic scientists and clinicians..

*Systems Biology and Regulatory Networks (X5)
Steamboat Springs, CO, United States
22 Mar 2007 - 27 Mar 2007
The goals of this meeting are to bring together leading investigators in the areas of genomics, proteomics & systems biology to discuss the elucidation of complex biological processes & the transcription and posttranscriptional networks that control them.

*4th CESAGen/CSG International Conference: Genomics and Society - Retrospects and Prospects
London, United Kingdom
26 Mar 2007 - 28 Mar 2007
This conference will provide an opportunity for the genomics social science community to take stock and celebrate its successes. Through reviewing the findings of research undertaken to date it will question what has been discovered, the implications.

*Bioinformatics and Comparative Genome Analysis course
Tunis, Tunisia
18 Mar 2007 - 7 Apr 2007
The principle objectives of the course are to familiarize young scientists(Biologists/Informaticians/Mathematicians) with bioinformatics and genome data analysis skills and to encourage multi-disciplinarity.

*PLANT GENOMES
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
15 Mar 2007 - 18 Mar 2007
The aims of this meeting are to review progress in genome analysis of the major plant groups and to determine the similarities and differences in genome structure, composition and function of the major groups of experimental and crop plants..

*Genomics, Proteomics and Beyond
Oxford, United Kingdom
19 Mar 2007 - 22 Mar 2007
This course aims to introduce delegates to the methods used in obtaining gene sequences. It then provides a comprehensive overview of the ways used to analyse the data obtained from sequencing projects..

*QUANTITATIVE GENETICS AND GENOMICS
Ventura, CA, United States
18 Feb 2007 - 23 Feb 2007
Quantitative genetics aims to link phenotypic variation to its underlying genetic basis in order to better understand and predict genetic composition and long term change within natural, agricultural, and human populations.

* Advances in Genome Biology and Technology
Marco Island, Florida, United States
7 Feb 2007 - 10 Feb 2007
The AGBT meeting continues as the premiere forum for learning about the latest advances in new DNA sequencing technologies and as an outstanding venue for presentations on the applications of genomics to diverse areas in biology and biomedicine..

*Governing Genomics - Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Regulation of the Biosciences'
Exeter, United Kingdom
25 Jan 2007 - 27 Jan 2007
What modes of regulating the biosciences are currently emerging? Does 'the public' have a special role to play in the governance of genomics? Does the idea of ‘genetic citizenship’ presuppose genetic essentialism?.

* WORKING WITH THE HUMAN GENOME SEQUENCE Jan 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
22 Jan 2007 - 24 Jan 2007
This workshop provides an intensive introduction to bioinformatics tools freely available on the internet, focusing primarily on the Human Genome data. Students will be given hands-on training in the use of public databases & web-based sequence analysis.

*Integrative Basis of Cardiovascular Disease
Breckenridge, Colorado, United States
22 Jan 2007 - 27 Jan 2007
The most exciting research in cardiovascular biology these days is that designed to elucidate molecular mechanisms of complex diseases. These studies are leading to identification of novel therapeutic targets that can be tested in relevant animal models..

* Genomics And Clinical microbiology
Hinxton, United Kingdom
28 Jan 2007 - 2 Feb 2007
The overall aim is to provide training for specialist registrars in medical microbiology (including joint medical microbiology & infectious diseases) & consultants in the application of current genetic techniques to the general medical microbiology lab..

*Genome Instability and Repair
Breckenridge, Colorado, United States
17 Jan 2007 - 22 Jan 2007
The goals of this meeting are to identify new avenues for investigation, to define therapeutic strategies for maintenance of genomic integrity, to stimulate collaborations, and to foster the long-term development of this rapidly emerging research area.

*'Gene Silencing: The Biology of Small RNAs and the Epigenome'
Riverside, CA, United States
18 Jan 2007 - 20 Jan 2007
Sessions include: Small RNA Biogenesis & Action Mechanisms; Small RNA Function & Development etc..

*Animal Health in the Post-Genomics Era
London, United Kingdom
24 Nov 2006 - 24 Nov 2006
The availability of genome sequences for the major agricultural species and companion animals has revolutionised our ability to understand host-pathogen interactions in these species, and gives us the opportunity to identify disease resistance genes..

*FROM GENOMES TO PROTECTIVE ANTIGENS - DESIGNING VACCINES
Prague, Cyprus
15 Nov 2006 - 17 Nov 2006
GPADV 2006 is a new international conference that will focus on the developing activity surrounding the opportunities for improved and novel vaccines through genomics and post-genomic technologies. GPADV 2006 will address all pathogens/vaccines.

*GPADV 2006- From Genomes to Protective Antigens – Designing Vaccines
Prague, Czech Republic
15 Nov 2006 - 17 Nov 2006
GPADV 2006- From Genomes to Protective Antigens – Designing Vaccines GPADV 2006 will address all pathogens/vaccines, on B and T cell approaches including human, veterinary and plant infections as well as cancer and reproduction..

*Crop Genomics, Trait Analysis and Breeding
Hinxton, United Kingdom
8 Nov 2006 - 11 Nov 2006
ESF-Wellcome Trust Conference.

*Genomics Momentum 2006
Rotterdam, Netherlands
9 Nov 2006 - 9 Nov 2006
Since the 1st edition in 2001, Genomics Momentum has evolved into the foremost meeting place for the Dutch genomics and life sciences sector. Genomics Momentum brings together entrepreneurs, scientists, policy makers, investors, societal organisations etc.

*International Structural Genomics Organization (ISGO)
Beijing, China
22 Oct 2006 - 26 Oct 2006
The two major themes of ICSG 2006 will be: large-scale Structural Genomics to create new innovations and technologies; and application of new technologies for conventional structural biologists..

*Plant GEMs 5
Venice, Italy
11 Oct 2006 - 14 Oct 2006
The Plant Genomics European Meetings are annual meetings on the subject of genomics in all its assets and sponsored by four national Plant Genomics programmes in Europe and the European Research Area Network Plant Genomics..

*Molecular Genetics of Aging
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
4 Oct 2006 - 8 Oct 2006
The meeting will explore the regulation and function of genes and processes that are now known or suspected to control cellular and/or organismic aging..

*Human Genome Variation Society - Scientific & Annual General Meeting
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
9 Oct 2006 - 9 Oct 2006
The meetings are designed to update & increase knowledge of human genome variation and generally attract a stimulating and interesting collection of abstracts in all fields of human genome variation making it an ideal forum to share information & results.

*4th International Rice Functional Genomic Symposium
Montpellier, France
9 Oct 2006 - 11 Oct 2006
We would like to invite you to participate to the 4th International Rice Functional genomics meeting. Rice genome is the first cereal genome to be entirely sequenced with a high accuracy..

*159th Meeting of the Society for General Microbiology
York, United Kingdom
11 Sep 2006 - 14 Sep 2006
159th Meeting: To include DNA replication, recombination, repair & the cell cycle. Cells & Cell Surfaces Group; Environmental Microbiology Group symposium;Food & Beverages Group symposium; Microbial Infection Group symposium; Systematics & Evolution Group.

*European Tissue Repair Society 16th Annual Meeting
Pisa, Italy
13 Sep 2006 - 16 Sep 2006
16th Annual Meeting Topics include - Angiogenesis; Biofilms;Cytokines - Growth factors;Genomics - Proteomics;Keratinocytes - Fibroblast interaction;Matrix Metalloproteinasis;Tissue engineering.

*15th New Phytologist Symposium: Networks in plant biology - Impacts of genomics on fungal biology
Nancy, France
18 Sep 2006 - 20 Sep 2006
The meeting will be divided into the following themes: 1) Fungal structure and development, 2) Fungal genomics - from sequence to application, 3) Secretion and transport systems, and 4) Metabolomics..

*GENOME INFORMATICS
Hinxton, United Kingdom
13 Sep 2006 - 17 Sep 2006
The focus for this conference is large-scale genome informatics.The conference scope encompasses the management and the analysis of these data, such as whole genome comparisons within and among species and strains, the analysis of results etc..

*TRANSLATIONAL CONTROL
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
6 Sep 2006 - 10 Sep 2006
Sessions include; Initiation Factors & Mechanism; Regulatory Elements in mRNA (inc. IRESs); Viral Strategies; Ribosome Structure & Function.

*Genomic Perspectives to Host Pathogen Interactions
Hinxton, United Kingdom
7 Sep 2006 - 10 Sep 2006
The focus for this conference is on how the rapid expansion in host, pathogen and vector genome data and other large data sets is changing the way we think about host-pathogen-(vector) interactions..

*Genomics for Development? The Life Sciences and Poverty Reduction
London, United Kingdom
5 Sep 2006 - 6 Sep 2006
This year’s Annual Conference aims to address current questions around the role of science and technology in providing solutions to end hunger, disease and poverty..

*“Neurodegenerative Diseases: Molecular Mechanisms in a Functional Genomics Framework”
Berlin, Germany
6 Sep 2006 - 9 Sep 2006
You are invited to submit abstracts relating to the fields of neurodegenerative disease and functional genomics research. The aim of the meeting is to discuss cutting-edge technologies, latest disease mechanism research, disease modelling & new strategies.

*Workshop on Shipping and Reconstitution of Cryopreserved Embryos
Bar Harbor, ME, United States
6 Sep 2006 - 8 Sep 2006
This workshop is offered as a supplemental session to the Cryopreservation Workshop but is also offered as a standalone. This workshop is offered twice a year and space is limited to 16 participants..

*11th International Congress of Human Genetics
Brisbane, Australia
6 Aug 2006 - 10 Aug 2006
11th International Congress of Human Genetics. The tangible impact on human health of the Human Genome Project & advances in genomic science & biotechnology will make attendance at the 11th Congress essential for health professionals & genetic scientists..

* Functional Genomics and systems biology
Hinxton, United Kingdom
21 Jun 2006 - 30 Jun 2006
An intensive course aimed at introducing participants to genome-wide analysis of gene function, including hands-on experience in performing RNAi, expression profiling and yeast 2-hybrid analyses..

* Working with Pathogen Genomes
Montevideo, Uruguay
12 Jun 2006 - 15 Jun 2006
The four-day residential workshop will aim to give microbiologists who have a working knowledge of computational sequence analysis, a firm grounding in the use of the latest genome analysis software (Artemis and ACT) developed at the Wellcome Trust Sanger.

*'Assigning gene function - novel technologies and high throughput'
London, United Kingdom
16 Jun 2006 - 16 Jun 2006
'Assigning gene function - novel technologies and high throughput'.

*Society for Developmental Biology 65th Anual Meeting
Ann Arbor, United States
17 Jun 2006 - 21 Jun 2006
Topics include: Genomics and Gene Networks; Stem Cells in Animals and Plants;.

*4th Canadian Plant Genomics Workshop
Ottawa, Canada
19 Jun 2006 - 22 Jun 2006
This workshop will bring together Canadian researchers and internationally-renowned scientists to explore recent advances in genomics research and its integration within the plant sciences. The meeting will have several plenary talks & concurrent sessions.

*1st joint Pasteur Institute/ Wellcome Trust course on genomics in South America
Montevideo, Uruguay
5 Jun 2006 - 15 Jun 2006
This ten-day course will aim to give postgraduate students or postdoctoral scientists, with a focus of research in the field, an introduction to bioinformatic tools and genomic analysis..

*11th Annual Human Genome Meeting
Helsinki, Finland
31 May 2006 - 3 Jun 2006
Join HUGO in Helsinki for the 11th Annual Human Genome Meeting with a full programme of Plenary, Symposium, and Workshop sessions covering the latest knowledge and advances in the rapidly expanding fields of Human Genetics and Genome Studies..

*Integrating Evolution, Development, & Genomics
Berkely, CA, United States
31 May 2006 - 2 Jun 2006
The meeting will include multiple non-concurrent symposia covering a wide range of evolutionary developmental biology topics, including paleontology, comparative morphology, and genomics..

*GENE EXPRESSION & SIGNALING IN THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
26 Apr 2006 - 30 Apr 2006
We are looking forward to a broad-based meeting, and abstracts are welcomed on all scientific topics related to immune system gene expression and signaling. In addition to a strong focus on lymphocyte development and adaptive immunity.

*Advances in functional genomics
San Fransisco, United States
25 Apr 2006 - 26 Apr 2006
Select Biosciences are delighted to invite you to our inaugural international conference on functional genomics. This field has developed rapidly over recent years and now is a good time to assess its success to date together with future opportunities.

*4th International Symposium on Vetebrate Sex Determination
Big Island, Hawaii, United States
10 Apr 2006 - 14 Apr 2006
Sessions will include, Gonadogenesis, Non-gonadal sex differentiation (brain secondary sex organs etc.), Sex Chromosomes and Genomics, Male and Female germ Cells, Sex Determination/Differentiation (I and II), Environmental Effects, & Developmental Defects.

* NAS Sackler Colloquium-From Functional Genomics of Model Organisms to Crop
Washington, DC, United States
3 Apr 2006 - 5 Apr 2006
National Association of Science Sackler Colloquium From Functional Genomics of Model Organisms to Crop Plants for Global Health. he purpose of the colloquium is to present the fundamental breakthroughs that will impact the future of food and agriculture,.

*3rd International Conference on Legume Genomics and Genetics
Brisbane, Australia
9 Apr 2006 - 13 Apr 2006
3rd International Conference on Legume Genomics and GeneticsThis biennial conference focuses on the genetics and genomics of one of the major plant groups, namely the legumes..

*Genomes to Systems
Manchester, United Kingdom
22 Mar 2006 - 24 Mar 2006
We present 16 sessions covering all aspects of genomics technologies and their applications, gand also systems biology approaches. We have 5 plenary lectures and sessions provided by the European Bioinformatics Institute on their services and resources..

*PHENOTYPE CHARACTERIZATION OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED MOUSE MODELS
Turku, Finland
24 Mar 2006 - 25 Mar 2006
This symposium is the 1st in a series of events focusing on methods used in the phenotypic characterization of genetically modified mice. The aim of the symposium series is to provide practical information on current in vitro and in vivo research methods.

*SYSTEMS BIOLOGY:GLOBAL REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
23 Mar 2006 - 26 Mar 2006
The conference is intended to foster cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas and expertise between experimentalists and computational biologists interested in the organization and control of complex transcription networks in eukaryotes..

*First International Conference on Phylogenomics
Quebec, Canada
16 Mar 2006 - 19 Mar 2006
This conference aims to reunite experts focusing on two distinct aspects of phylogenomics: the use of genome data inferring species phylogeny and the use of phylogenetic approaches to gain insights into gene functions..

*Cell Regulations in Division and Arrest Workshop
Uruma, Okinawa Island, Japan
6 Mar 2006 - 9 Mar 2006
This workshop will be an opportunity for researchers interested in how cells maintain the state of arrest or division and what would be the key molecules and cellular events to determine the fates of cells in regard with division and arrest..

*Comparative immunology in the post-genomics era
London, United Kingdom
21 Feb 2006 - 21 Feb 2006
Comparative immunology in the post-genomics era.

*PROTEOGENOMICS FOR DIAGNOSIS, IMAGING AND THERAPY OF CANCER
San Diego, CA, United States
27 Feb 2006 - 1 Mar 2006
Sessions include : STUDY OF CANCER GENOMICS WORLDWIDE.

*The Fourth Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Conference
Taipei, Taiwan
13 Feb 2006 - 16 Feb 2006
The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers, professionals, and industrial practitioners for interaction and exchange of knowledge and ideas..

*Accessing the Human Genome Sequence - Mexico Workshop
Mexico City, Mexico
14 Feb 2006 - 16 Feb 2006
3-day Workshop provides an intensive introduction to bioinformatics tools freely available on the internet, focusing primarily on the Human Genome data. Workshops provide hands-on training in the use of public databases & web-based sequence analysis..

*Australasian Proteomics Society 11th Symposium
Philip Island, Victoria, Australia
3 Feb 2006 - 5 Feb 2006
Australasian Proteomics Society 11th Symposium.

*31st Lorne Conference on Protein Structure and Function
Philip Island, Victoria, Australia
5 Feb 2006 - 9 Feb 2006
The conference will focus on proteins in disease. An outstanding group of invited overseas & local speakers, will address the roles of proteins in particular disease states, as well as approaches for defining their roles, such as cell imaging & proteomics.

*Accessing the Human Genome Sequence - Brazil Workshop
São Paulo, Brazil
7 Feb 2006 - 10 Feb 2006
3-day Workshop provides an intensive introduction to bioinformatics tools freely available on the internet, focusing primarily on the Human Genome data. Workshops provide hands-on training in the use of public databases & web-based sequence analysis.

*Applications of Reverse Genetics of Viruses
London, United Kingdom
3 Feb 2006 - 3 Feb 2006
Reverse genetics of pneumoviruses;Rational attenuation of a morbillivirus; Recombinant Sendai virus as gene transfer agent and more..

*Microbial Community Genomics in Animals and in the Environment
Tahoe City, United States
6 Feb 2006 - 10 Feb 2006
Microbial Community Genomics in Animals and in the Environment Sessions include Ocean Environments,Computational Approaches to Metagenomics and Microbial Communities in Insects & Soil.

*Plant and Animal Genome XIV Conference
San Diego, CA, United States
14 Jan 2006 - 18 Jan 2006
International Plant and Animal Genome Conference.

*CSHL's Rat Genomics & Models
Long Island, NY, United States
8 Dec 2005 - 11 Dec 2005
CSHL's Rat Genomics & Models.

*Mammalian Genetics & Development
London, United Kingdom
21 Nov 2005 - 22 Nov 2005
The 15th mammalian genetics and development workshop will take place at the Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1EH Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd November 2005..

*EuroSciCon's Proteomics: Challenges and Emerging Technologies
London, United Kingdom
11 Nov 2005 - 11 Nov 2005
Proteomics: Challenges and Emerging Technologies.

*Advances in Metabolic Profiling
London, United Kingdom
1 Nov 2005 - 2 Nov 2005
Set to become a major worldwide conference on developments in Metabolic Profiling, the inaugural conference and exhibition will be held in central London..

*Workshop on Application of Proteomics and Transcriptomics in EMF Research
Helsinki, Finland
30 Oct 2005 - 1 Nov 2005
Workshop on Application of Proteomics and Transcriptomics in EMF Research. There is still uncertainty about whether the various biological effects produced by low-energy EMF pose either a health benefit or a potential health risk..

*Wellcome Trust's - Comparative and Functional Genomics (BITS) Workshop
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
27 Oct 2005 - 30 Oct 2005
Wellcome Trust's - Comparative and Functional Genomics (BITS) Workshop. The aim of this meeting is to bring together scientists from around the world with a broad spectrum of interests and expertise in genomics and post-genomic science..

*CSHL's Genome Informatics
Long Island, NY, United States
26 Oct 2005 - 30 Oct 2005
CSHL's Genome Informatics.

*Atelier 164 Biostatistical modelling of postgenomic data - Phase II
Villejuif, France
10 Oct 2005 - 11 Oct 2005
Atelier 164 Biostatistical modelling of postgenomic data for biomedical research (Phase II - Technical workshop).

*2005 RNAi: For Functional Analysis and Target Validation
Boston, MA, United States
19 Oct 2005 - 20 Oct 2005
2005 RNAi: For Functional Analysis and Target Validation Final Brochure.

*Disease Models: For Target Discovery and Target Validation
Boston, MA, United States
18 Oct 2005 - 19 Oct 2005
2005 Disease Models: For Target Discovery and Target Validation.

*6th Australian Peptide Conference: From Discovery to Therapeutics
Hamilton Island, Australia
9 Oct 2005 - 14 Oct 2005
With the sequencing of the human and other genomes now complete, we are at a particularly exciting time as the impacts of genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics start to drive modern drug discovery..

* POPULATION GENOMICS CONFERENCE
Hinxton, United Kingdom
20 Sep 2005 - 22 Sep 2005
POPULATION GENOMICS CONFERENCE. From Biobanks to Biomarkers: Translating the potential of human population genetics research to improve the quality of health of the EU citizen..

*1st Symposium of Analytical Chemistry & Biology: From molecular to proteome
Montpellier, France
26 Sep 2005 - 29 Sep 2005
Symposium of Analytical Chemistry and Biology. In any chemistry or biology process, the structural knowledge of handled samples is unavoidable.medicine chemistry and biology, genomic & proteomic studies.

*RNAi Europe 2005: Conference & Exhibition
Amsterdam, Netherlands
28 Sep 2005 - 29 Sep 2005
RNAi Europe 2004 was a spectacular success by all measures. More than 150 attendees and 16 exhibitors packed the venue to hear about the latest developments in this fast moving field..

*SNP2005
Hinckley, United Kingdom
22 Sep 2005 - 24 Sep 2005
The 7th International Meeting on Single Nucleotide Polymorphism and Complex Genome Analysis.

*Pharmacogenomics
Hinxton, United Kingdom
14 Sep 2005 - 18 Sep 2005
Pharmacogenomics. This meeting will focus on the opportunities presented by the growing contribution of emerging genomic information and technologies to interdisciplinary approaches in the study of variable responses of humans to drugs and toxic agents..

*2nd European Conference: Functional Genomics and Disease
Oslo, Norway
6 Sep 2005 - 10 Sep 2005
We are putting together an exciting scientific programme covering the various areas of biology and disease where functional genomics is currently applied..

*Prion Biology
Hinxton, United Kingdom
7 Sep 2005 - 11 Sep 2005
This meeting will bring together leading researchers from across the globe who share a common goal: to understand how prions are propagated and how they impact on the host, be it disease in animals or acquisition of a new inherited traits in fungi..

*6th Annual GARNet Meeting “To 2010 and Beyond”
Norwich, United Kingdom
5 Sep 2005 - 6 Sep 2005
The 6th Annual Genomic Arabidopsis Research Network meeting in association with the UK Brassica and Cereal Communities..

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