Thursday, April 27
14.00 - 14.15 Søren Brunak: Opening Remarks
Bioinformatics and the Human Genome
Chairman: Gunnar von Heijne
14.15 - 15.00Beyond the Genome: Moving Toward Molecular Medicine
Jeff Augen, Life Sciences, IBM Corporation
15.00 - 15.35Computational Genome Screens for Noncoding RNA Genes
Sean Eddy, Washington University
16.05 - 16.40The Human Proteomics Initiative
Claire O'Donovan, EMBL Outstation, EBI, Cambridge
16.40 - 17.15 ISIS, an Intron Information System, Reveals the High Frequency of Alternative Splicing in the Human Genome
Søren Schandorff, University of Copenhagen
Friday, April 28
Structure and Function Prediction
Chairman: Arne Elofsson
9.00 - 9.45From Genome Sequences to Protein Functions
Todd Yeates, UCLA
9.45 - 10.20 Progress in ab initio Protein Structure Prediction
David Baker, University of Washington
10.50 - 11.25Comparative Protein Structure Modeling of Genes and Genomes
Andrej Sali, Rockefeller University, New York
11.25 - 12.00Improved Empirical Statistics for Similarity Searches
Tim Bailey, University of California, San Diego
12.00 - 12.35Comparative Genomics: Surveys of a Finite Parts List
Mark Gerstein, Yale University
Chairman: Bo Servenius
14.15 - 15.00 The Gene Ontology Project - Helping Users of Genome Databases
Michael Ashburner, EMBL Outstation, EBI, Cambridge
15.00 - 15.45Visualization Tools for Analysis of Genome Data
Mathias Uhlén, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
16.15 - 16.50Large Scale Decision Making: Enabling Scientists and Researchers through R&D Wide Decision Support Architectures
Christopher Ahlberg, Spotfire
16.50 - 17.25Exploring the Knowledge about Proteins: SWISS-PROT, TrEMBL, InterPro
Rolf Apweiler, EMBL Outstation, EBI, Cambridge
17.30 - 18.00Plenary meeting with SocBIN
Saturday, April 29
Chairman: Inge Jonassen
10.00 - 10.45 Blundell's Bus
Willie Taylor, MRC, NIMR
11.15 - 11.50 Proteomics in Post-Genomic Era: Finding Post-Translational Protein Modifications
Pavel Pevzner, University of Southern California
11.50 - 12.25Translating Genomic Information into Predictions of Immune Recognition
Søren Buus, IMMI, University of Copenhagen
14.00 - 14.35Hidden Markov models, Fisher kernels and Support Vector Machines for biosequence analysis
David Haussler, University of California, Santa Cruz
14.35 - 15.10A New Estimation Procedure for a Dayhoff-type Amino Acid Exchange Matrix
Martin Vingron, DKFZ, Heidelberg
15.40 - 18.00Poster Session
EveningPoster Session (continued)
Sunday, April 30
Physiological Bioinformatics
Chairman: Søren Brunak
9.00 - 9.45 Reconstruction of Metabolic Networks in silico and Formulation of Testable Experimental Hypothesis
Bernhard Palsson, University of California, San Diego
9.45 - 10.20Biomolecular Processes as Concurrent Computation: Modeling Signal Transduction in the Pi-calculus Process Algebra
Aviv Regev, Tel Aviv University and Weizmann Institute
10.50 - 11.25The Whole-Genome Assembly of Drosophila
Gene Myers, Celera Genomics
11.25 - 12.00Challenges for Bioinformatics: A Biologist's Perspective
Kenneth Paigen, The Jackson Laboratory
12.30 - 13.00Closing remarks

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