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UCL Computational Biology Symposium

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Tuesday, February 15, 2011 from 9:15 AM to 5:30 PM (GMT)

UCL Computational Biology Symposium

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As part of its vision to promote world-class interdisciplinary research to tackle Grand Challenges such as Global Health, UCL has created a number of research centres and institutes, which have been brought together to form the UCL Computational Biology community.

To formally launch this community, a Symposium will be held on Tuesday 15th February 2011 from 9.15am to approximately 5.30pm, in the Christopher Ingold Auditorium, Department of Chemistry, University College London. A poster session and post-Symposium Reception from 6.00pm, will be held in North Cloisters, Wilkins building.

TICKET REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. Registration on the day will take place outside the Christopher Ingold Auditorium, Department of Chemistry, from 8.45am.

Programme:

8.45–9.15am. Registration outside the Christopher Ingold Auditorium.
9.15-9.30am.
Professor Mary Collins, Dean of Life Sciences. Opening remarks.
9.30–10.15am. Professor Steve Oliver, Cambridge. Keynote. 'Design rules' for a simple Eukaryote.
10.15–10.45am. Professor Christine Orengo. Mining evolutionary, genomic and experimental data to find the hidden hubs in protein networks.
10.45–11.00am. Dr Domenico Cozzetto. Integrating multiple data sources for protein function prediction.
11.00–11.45am. Break for refreshments, North Cloisters.
11.45am–12.15pm. Professor Peter Hammond. Analysing the effect of genes on face shape.
12.15–12.45pm. Professor Angus Silver.
Exploring neuronal signaling with a combined optical and computational approach (tbc).
12.45–1.00pm. Dr Malcolm Finlay MRCP. Patient-specific predictive modeling of interactions between Conduction Velocity and Activation-Repolarization Interval Restitution.
1.00–2.15pm. Break for lunch.
2.15–2.45pm. Professor Sally Price.
Computational Prediction of Pharmaceutical Crystal Structures - a severe test of modelling supramolecular assembly.
2.45–3.15pm. Professor Mark Girolami.
Predictive response-relevant clustering of expression data provides insights into disease processes.
3.15–3.30pm. Nuno Nene. Cell fate decision in the paradigmatic stochastic genetic switch with external stimulation: the importance of bifurcation parameter sweeping speed.

3.30–4.15pm.
Break for refreshments, North Cloisters.
4.15–4.45pm. Professor Mark Thomas. The origins of milk drinking in Europe.
4.45–5.15pm.
Professor David Balding. ABC for Computational Biology.
5.15–5.30pm.
Closing Remarks.
6.00pm.
Reception with poster session in North Cloisters.

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Department of Chemistry
University College London
20 Gordon Street
WC1H 0AJ London
United Kingdom

Tuesday, February 15, 2011 from 9:15 AM to 5:30 PM (GMT)


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