Australian Pathogen Bioinformatics Symposium – ANU 2014

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Australian Pathogen Bioinformatics Symposium 2014

4th December, Crawford Building, The Australian National University, Canberra

A symposium in conjunction with The Stromlo Fungal Genetics Meeting (Dec 2nd-3rd), with support from Curtin University, WA, and the Australian Bioinformatics Network.

APBS is a one day meeting devoted to the discussion of bioinformatics research, techniques and issues relevant to pathogenicity and host-pathogen interactions.  APBS aims to showcase novel bioinformatics research in plant pathology and to explore common ground with medical pathogen bioinformatics.  APBS also promotes sharing of bioinformatic techniques and knowledge and encourages student and early-career bioinformaticists to build their professional networks.

The inaugural Australian Pathogen Bioinformatics Symposium (APBS) will be held in Canberra this coming December. APBS is a one day meeting devoted to the discussion of bioinformatics research, techniques and issues relevant to pathogenicity and host-pathogen interactions.
APBS aims to showcase novel bioinformatics research in plant pathology and to explore common ground with medical pathogen bioinformatics. APBS also promotes sharing of bioinformatic techniques and knowledge and encourages student and early-career bioinformaticists to build their professional networks.
We are currently accepting abstracts for presentations and posters from early career researchers and current PhD candidates who are working on pathogen-related bioinformatics projects.

To register, submit abstracts, or apply for travel grants please visit our event page.

The flyer (APBS_ANU_2014) is attached with all the registration details etc. I would be grateful if you could please forward this onto relevant people in your organisations.
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