|Wednesday, March 14th, 2001
Newell-Simon Hall, Room 3305
The symposium is over. If you would like receive email announcements of future computational molecular biology events, please send email to Ms. Robin Rentka (email@example.com) with your name, departmental affiliation and email address.
The symposium will focus on computional biology research at Carnegie Mellon with an emphasis on functional genomics: understanding how the complete set of genes in an organism interacts to produce a functioning cell. Key problems include determining the range of protein expression in a cell, localizing protein activity, comparing protein structure, and computing gene evolution. Presentations will demonstrate the importance of computational approaches such as combinatorics, graph theory, machine learning, and data mining in addressing these biological questions.
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The second and fourth images in the header are courtesy the BIODIDAC website.