Trans-NIH Systems Biology Workshop
was held
May 12th, 2008 from 1 to 5PM
in Natcher Auditorium, NIH Campus
A videocast of this event is available.

This was a new workshop established with the Trans-NIH Initiative in Systems Biology. The workshop was structured to promote scientific discussion and inform colleagues about work that may be related or complementary to their own research. The half-day session had six 30 minute presentations with each followed by a discussion period. Refreshments were served during the break to encourage informal discussion. All are invited to consider presenting at future workshops.

1:00 - 1:10 Teresa Przytcka, NCBI Introductory Remarks
1:10 - 1:45 Keji Zhao, NHLBI Human epigenomes
1:45 - 2:20 Eric Green, NHGRI Inter- and Intra-Species sequence comparisons: Fulfilling the promise of a sequenced human genome
2:20 - 2:55 Ron Germain, NIAID Why Biologists should want to build and use computer models and how they can do it without worrying about the math
2:55 - 3:15 Break / Informal discussion Refreshments sponsored by Illumina
3:15 - 3:50 Paul Meltzer, NCI Transcriptional networks regulating differentiation and hormone responsiveness in breast cancer
3:50 - 4:25 Alan Michelson, NHLBI An integrated approach for studying developmental regulatory networks
4:25 - 5:00 L. Aravind, NCBI Regime changes and empire building in evolution of transcription regulatory networks


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