2016 Computational and Genomic Biology Retreat
November 19-20, 2016, Marconi Conference Center, Marshall, CA 94940
The 2016 Computational and Genomic Biology Retreat is an excellent opportunity for campus researchers to learn about current research projects involving the many facets of computational biology and genomics. The cornerstone of the retreat is presentation of cutting-edge (basic and applied) research by graduate students and post-doctoral fellows, and the keynote lecture. This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Matthew Stephens, Departments of Human Genetics and Statistics, University of Chicago.
The retreat is open to all faculty, students, and post-doctoral fellows affiliated with the Designated Emphasis in Computational and Genomic Biology, and graduate students supported by the Genomics Training Grant.
For information about the 2016 retreat, including the agenda, poster session, and logistics, please visit the retreat website.
Dr. Elizabeth Purdom
Department of Statistics
Dr. Nicholas Ingolia
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
Jeffrey Spence, Graduate Student
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Questions regarding the retreat should be directed to Xuan Quach.