Bioimage Informatics 2010-Ray and Stephanie Lane Center for Computational Biology - Carnegie Mellon University

Bioimage Informatics 2010 - September 17-19, 2010

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Ray and Stephanie Lane Center for Computational BiologyCenter for Bioimage Informatics (CBI)Molecular Biosensor and Imaging Center (MBIC)

With the development of advanced imaging techniques, the number of biological images acquired in digital form is growing rapidly, resulting in large-scale bioimage databases. The systematic and high-throughput analysis and mining of the information in such bioimage databases is vital to the success of a wide spectrum of studies in molecular biology, from intracellular processes to whole-organ cell-resolution models. The goals of this conference are (1) to bring together interdisciplinary researchers to present the latest advances in image data analysis and informatics methods that are, or might be, relevant to such bioimage analysis problems, and (2) to provide a forum for an in-depth discussion of the challenges in this area and their possible solutions.

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Confirmed Speakers Include: David Andrews - McMaster University, Chris Bakal - Institute for Cancer Research, Andrew Ewald - Johns Hopkins University, Michael Held - ETH Zurich, Jeff Lichtman - Harvard University, Paul Maddox - University of Montreal, Jean-Christophe Olivo-Marin - Institut Pasteur, Badri Roysam - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Steven Smith - Stanford University

Directions - CMU campus

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Organizing Committee

  • Steven Altschuler, Gaudenz Danuser, Mike Hawrylycz, Bob Murphy, and Lani Wu

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  • Jelena Kovacevic, Gustavo Rohde, and Ge Yang

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