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Cambridge Computational Biology Institute Tenth Annual Symposium
21st May 2015 @ 9:00 am - 5:15 pmFree
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* Attendance is free but registration is needed * Lunch, tea and coffee and a wine reception following the meeting will be provided. This is a one day meeting that is intended to reflect the strength and diversity of research in computational biology, taken broadly, both within Cambridge University and beyond.
Tom Hardcastle (Plant Sciences) Ribosome profiling: high-throughput sequencing of the translatome
Shery Huang (Engineering) Biomimetic Tissue Models
Fumiya Iida (Engineering) Morphological evolution of physical robots through model-free phenotype development
Gregory Jefferis (MRC LMB) Assembling the Brain
Gil McVean (Oxford) Reference Graphs for Analysing Genomic Variation
Carola Schonlieb (DAMTP) Dynamic image analysis: from tracking of cells to quantification of intracellular flow
Chris Wallace (CIMR) From GWAS to causal genes and variants in autoimmune disease genetics
Plus early career researcher short talks