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4th Annual Northwest Gene Expression Conference

The University of Washington is hosting the Northwest Gene Expression Conference (formerly Nw MicroArray Conference or NMAC) August 27-29th, 2003 in Seattle Washington.

This year's program consists of 6 sessions:

  • Viral and Bacterial Pathogenesis
  • General Applications of Gene Expression
  • Special session on Systems Biology
  • New Technologies
  • Cancer and Gene Expression
  • Bioinformatics

A vendor show will also be held in conjunction with the conference. Information and registration forms may be found at www.nwmac.org. The submission of scientific abstracts is encouraged.

Confirmed speakers include, Stephen Lory (Microbiology, Harvard), John Aitchison (the Institute for Systems Biology), David Galas (Keck Graduate Institute), Ed Green (Brenner lab, UC Berkeley), Robert Hitzemann (Psychiatry, Oregon Health Sciences University), Tommi Jaakkola (MIT), Michael Wright (Aebersold Lab, the Institute for Systems Biology), Paul Kellam (Department of Immunology & Molecular Pathology, University College of London), Michael Vasil (Microbiology, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center) and Roger Bumgarner (Microbiology, University of Washington), Nina Salama (Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center), Anglique van 't Wout (University of Washington), Ram Samudrala (Microbiology, University of Washington), Frank DeLeo (Rocky Mountain Laboratories), Ron Crawford (Microbiology, University of Idaho), Eric Schadt (Merck), Lue Ping (Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center), and Ka Yee Yeung (University of Washington).

Space is filling up fast so register early to assure a spot. The deadline for abstract submission is July 2nd. There are also a limited number of discounted hotel rooms available at the downtown Seattle Sheraton. This conference is sponsored by Amersham, Agilent, Affymetrix, Spotfire and Stratage
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Contact: Heidi Rockney
hjr2@u.washington.edu
206-732-6115
University of Washington
9-May-2003


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