Thank you to our sponsors CRG and qGenomics!
Juan González-Vallinas with Pyicos: A flexible tool library for analyzing Protein-Nucleotide interactions with mapped reads from deep sequencing
Salvador Capella-Gutierrez with A genome-wide perspective on the fungal species tree: re-assessing the position of microsporidians and other problematic phyla
For your information, the final NPS3Bio booklet is available here. Event photos coming soon.
Thank you to all our sponsors and attendance!
Thank you to all our sponsors who made this event possible!
Jornadas de Bioinformatica 2010
http://www.bitlab-es.com/jbi2010/ Barcelona Biomedical Research Park http://www.prbb.org Centre de Regulació Genòmica http://www.crg.es/ O2HLink http://www.o2hlink.com/
Barcelona Biomedical Research Park
Centre de Regulació Genòmica
Registration for the I NPS3Bio is now open to everybody!
Attending this event is free for all participants registered in Jornadas de Bioinformática 2010. However, you must register in our form also, so we can keep track of who’s coming!
As for all other interested students that are not attending JBIX, you should register as soon as possible: there are limited places!
Please fill in the registration form to complete your registration in this event. Deadline for registration is on Monday, October 11.
Just a quick reminder: if you have submitted an abstract for this event, you don’t need to register again!
NPS3Bio is pleased to announce that there will be 5 scholarships available for students enrolled in North African research units.
These scholarships will cover the registration fee for the event and will distributed to selected submission from North African students.
Then join us as we explore the possibilities for bioinformatics research in Malaga JBI X’s!!
About the NPS3Bio This year’s JBIX has even more to offer young scientists than ever before! For the first time, the brightest young minds in bioinformatics from all over Spain, Portugal and North Africa will gather to present their work to other young people, at the inaugural NPS3Bio.
Based on similar international initiatives, this event seeks to foster stronger links between students at institutions across the continent, allowing them the opportunity to present and evaluate research, explore the possibility of collaborations and career opportunities, and learn from senior scientists, who will be invited to share their experiences of the research journey.
The Forum will take the form of a “mini-conference”, and will include oral presentations, a poster session, several invited talks, information on career development, and a social event, to allow students to meet each other and to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Malaga.
Important information The NPS3Bio is open to Masters’ and PhD students, and postdoctoral fellows in their first 3 years of study ONLY. Research may be in any field related to Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. The NPS3Bio is not limited to specific themes. Please note that students will not be able to apply to attend the symposium directly. To register or submit an abstract for the NP3SBio, applicants will need to complete the relevant forms for the main conference. Selection of abstracts for either oral or poster presentations will be made by the NPS3Bio Scientific Organising Committee, and successful applicants will be notified in due course.