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Bioinformatics Colloquium
Fall 2004 Schedule

The Colloquium meets on Tuesdays at 4:30 pm in the Verizon Auditorium in the Occoquan Building, on the Prince William Campus. Refreshments are served at 4:00 pm. Click here for directions.

Aug 31

Bioinformatics Program Orientation

Sep 7

Data-Driven and Peak-Based Feature Selection in Serum Protein Mass Spectrometry
Walter S. Liggett, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Sep 14

Integrating Gene Expression and Proteomic Data with Other Biological Data Types: Human disease associations, Literature mining, and Biological pathways
Kevin Becker, National Institute of Aging, NIH

Sep 21

Iterative Denoising for Cross-Corpus Discovery
David Marchette, Johns Hopkins University and NSWC

Sep 28

RNA Conformational/Functional Variation: Prediction and Analysis
Bruce Shapiro, NCI

Oct 5

Protein-Protein Docking
Jeffrey J. Gray, Johns Hopkins University

Oct 12

Columbus Day Recess Schedule (no seminar)

Oct 19

The OpenGeneX Protocol Components and Applied Protocol Analysis Interface
Jennifer Weller, GMU

Oct 26

Information Extraction for Biomedical Science
Victor Pollara, Mitretek Systems

Nov 2

No seminar

Nov 9

How Thermodynamics and Natural Selection Have Moulded RNA and Protein into Ribosomes
David Draper, Johns Hopkins University

Nov 16

Applications of Adenovirus Genome Analysis to Pathogen Detection
Don Seto, GMU

Nov 23

No seminar

Nov 30

PIR Bioinformatics Resource for Functional Genomics and Proteomics
Cathy Wu, Protein Information Resource, Georgetown University Medical Center

Dec 7

Graduate Student Research Presentations


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George Mason University graduate students may enroll in the Bioinformatics Colloquium for credit, using the course numbers are BINF 704 Sec 001. Requirements and grading are described here.

Colloquium coordinator is John Grefenstette.


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