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BIBE 2010
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10th IEEE International Conference on "Bioinformatics and Bioengineering (BIBE-2010)
Event in series IEEE BIBE
Dates 2010/05/31 (iCal) - 2010/06/03
Location: Philadelphia, PA, United States
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Submissions: 2010/01/08
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The 10th International Conference on "Bioinformatics and Bioengineering (BIBE-2010)" will take place in Philadelphia, USA, between May 31 and June 03, 2010. As in previous years, the event will be sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), the leading professional association for the advancement of technology with over 375,000 members in more than 160 countries, and co-sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society.

This conference series is a prime venue for scientists from diverse fields and disciplines to participate in the presentation, discussion and evaluation of the latest advances, research challenges, and opportunities that Bioinformatics and Bioengineering bring to modern science.

As the boundaries separating various disciplines continue to melt away when scientists participate in the inter-disciplinary activities that serve society at large, the current approaches in Bioinformatics and Bioengineering reach deep into problems in biology, medicine, energy, and the environment. Acknowledging this, the conference will take place at a Medical School, a first for this conference series. "Bioinformatics & Bioengineering 2010" will be held at Jefferson University, the second oldest medical school/hospital in the United States, which has generously offered access to their campus facilities.

The program will cover a wide spectrum of timely topics central to Bioinformatics and Bioengineering and to the scientific questions addressed by these fields. A cadre of outstanding Area Chairs will lead the review and selection process of oral and poster presentations in an exciting set of subjects. Finally, Keynote presentations by leading researchers, and tutorial lectures by recognized authorities will complement the rich program.

We anticipate a very exciting and highly informative meeting, and look forward to seeing you in Philadelphia!



   * Bioinformatics and Algorithms
   * Ontology/Databases/SW Engineering
   * Functional Genomics/Gene Expression Analysis
   * Genome-wide Studies
   * Systems Biology/Modeling for Biomedical Systems/ Biological Networks
   * Disease Bioinformatics/Disease Mechanisms
   * Proteomics and Applications to Molecular Medicine
   * Membrane Proteins
   * Protein Structure and Design
   * Biomedical Imaging


   * Metabolic Engineering
   * Biological Systems and Models
   * Biomechanics
   * Cell Systems and Mammalian Tissue Morphogenesis
   * Regulatory Networks in Adult and Developing Tissues
   * Protein Engineering and Expression
   * Bio-signatures of Disease
   * RNA/Molecular Evolution
   * Nanotechnology / Biomaterials
   * Viral Agents
   * Drug Discovery and Therapeutics
   * Stem Cells


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Conference Organization

General Chairs: Isidore Rigoutsos (IBM TJ Watson Research Center) & Christodoulos A. Floudas (Princeton University)

General Co-Chairs: Junhyong Kim (University of Pennsylvania) & Harel Weinstein (Weill Medical College of Cornell University)


Bioinformatics and Algorithms: Philip Bourne (University of California at San Diego), Stefano Lonardi (University of California at Riverside), Gary Stormo (Washington University in St. Louis)

Ontology/Databases/SW Engineering: Cathy Wu (University of Delaware)

Functional Genomics/Gene Expression Analysis: Alvis Brazma (EBI/EMBL), John Quackenbush (Dana Farber Cancer Institute)

Genome-wide Studies: Hakon Hakonarson (Children's Hospital of Philadelphia), Joanne Weidhaas (Yale University)

Systems Biology/Modeling for Biomedical Systems/ Biological Networks: Ioannis Androulakis (Rutgers University), Panos Pardalos (University of Florida), Aidong Zhang (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

Disease Bioinformatics/Disease Mechanisms: Igor Jurisica (Ontario Cancer Institute), James Schwaber (Thomas Jefferson University), Linda Siracusa (Thomas Jefferson University), Frank Slack (Yale University)

Proteomics and Applications to Molecular Medicine: Lance Liotta (George Mason University), Emanuel Petricoin III (George Mason University)

Membrane Proteins: Jeffrey Benovic (Thomas Jefferson University), Marta Filizola (Mount Sinai School of Medicine)

Protein Structure and Design: Jeffery Saven (University of Pennsylvania), Jeffrey Skolnick (Georgia Tech)

Biomedical Imaging: James Duncan (Yale University), Paul Matsudaira (National University of Singapore)


Metabolic Engineering: Joanne K Kelleher (Massachusetts Institute of Technology / Massachusetts General Hosp.), Terry Papoutsakis (University of Delaware), Gregory Stephanopoulos (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Biological Systems and Models: Vassily Hatzimanikatis (EPFL), Costas Maranas (Pennsylvania State University), Raimond Winslow (Johns Hopkins University)

Biomechanics: Peter F. Davies (University of Pennsylvania), Scott Diamond (University of Pennsylvania)

Cell Systems and Mammalian Tissue Morphogenesis: Michael Lisanti (Thomas Jefferson University), Celeste M. Nelson (Princeton University)

Regulatory Networks in Adult and Developing Tissues: Marc Halfon (SUNY Buffalo), Stanislav Y. Shvartsman (Princeton University)

Protein Engineering and Expression: Marc Ostermeier (Johns Hopkins University), James Link (Princeton University)

Bio-signatures of Disease: George Calin (University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center), Carlo Croce (Ohio State University)

RNA/Molecular Evolution: James Eberwine (University of Pennsylvania), John Mattick (University of Queensland), Zissimos Mourelatos (University of Pennsylvania)

Nanotechnology / Biomaterials: Christos Dimitrakopoulos (IBM TJ Watson Research Center), Christopher Murray (University of Pennsylvania)

Viral Agents: Kevin Morris (The Scripps Research Institute), John Rossi (City of Hope Medical Center)

Drug Discovery and Therapeutics: Dimitris Agrafiotis (Johnson and Johnson Pharmaceutical R&D), Judy Lieberman (Harvard Medical School)

Stem Cells: Haifan Lin (Yale University), Jeanne Loring (The Scripps Research Institute)

FOUNDING STEERING CHAIR / FINANCE CHAIR: Nikolaos Bourbakis (Wright State University)

Facts about "BIBE 2010"
AcronymBIBE 2010 +
End dateJune 3, 2010 +
Event in seriesIEEE BIBE +
Event typeConference +
Has coordinates39° 55' 6", -75° 8' 11"Latitude: 39.918433333333
Longitude: -75.136325
Has location cityPhiladelphia +
Has location countryCategory:United States +
Has location statePA +
Homepage +
IsAEvent +
LogoLogo +
Start dateMay 31, 2010 +
Submission deadlineJanuary 8, 2010 +
Title10th IEEE International Conference on "Bioinformatics and Bioengineering (BIBE-2010) +