Welcome to the annual international conference on Computational Systems Bioinformatics, CSB 2010, to be held at
Stanford University in August 2010. For nine years, our conference has hosted leaders in bioinformatics, systems biology and computer
science as keynote speakers, scientific presenters and attendees. Previous invited speakers have included Nobel prize winner Sydney
Brenner, Turing Award winner Richard Karp, Leroy Hood and many other distinguished speakers.
The conference’s goal is to facilitate the exchange of ideas and collaborations between computer scientists and biologists by presenting cutting-edge computational biology research findings. We will again be soliciting competitively peer-reviewed, high impact manuscripts describing novel methods, analysis and/or discovery in bioinformatics. Additionally, this year will feature poster abstracts to be presented as short talks during the conference, giving researchers and trainees an opportunity to present their latest work.
Please join us for our exciting new program at Stanford in August. Check our website for the latest program information or follow us on Facebook or LinkedIn.
We look forward to seeing you in August!
Updates - Friday, August 13, 2010
• Tutorials - Morning Session 2, "Bioinformatics Workflows on the Cloud with Unipro UGENE," has been cancelled (visa
problems). Registrants for this session may sign
up for the new Morning Session 3 "Visualization and Analysis of Biological Networks" or Morning Session 1.
• Tutorial Attendees - Slides for all sessions are now available from the links on the Tutorials page.
• Session XI: Invited Talk - Steven Brenner, UC Berkeley, will replace Reece Hart.
• Session XIII: Invited Talk - Brian Naughton, 23andMe, will replace Serge Saxinov
>>> NEW FOR CSB2010!
Conference Attendees, students, industry professionals:
Come to the
Monday, August 16, 2010 at 5:00 PM. See Special Events for details.