Travel Awards & CFP: Workshop on NanoInformatics for BioMedicine in conjunction with IEEE BIBM 2012

BIBM 2012 organizers are inviting participants to submit papers with particular emphasis on the following areas: data collection and/or curation; interoperability among different data sources; ethical and social barriers to data sharing; computational or information technologies to solve specific problems; integrative physiological programs; translational research; et al.


Research topics include (but are not limited to):


•    Databases and repositories
•    Data standards
•    Semantic search and ontologies
•    Modeling and simulation
•    Data mining and knowledge discovery
•    Computational toxicology
•    Risk assessment and regulation
•    Nanomaterial-biological interactions
•    Translational nanoinformatics
•    Surveillance systems
•    Ethical and social issues



MONDAY, 30 JULY 2012




BIBM 2012 will offer as many student travel awards as possible to student authors (including post-docs).  

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