The Curriculum in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology and the Department of Pharmacology held their bi-annual Innovations in Biological Computations Symposium October 27, 2015 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm in the Bioinformatics auditorium. The symposium was well attended, with the auditorium filled to capacity.
The symposium featured five speakers:
- Thomas Kepler (Boston U.) – “Evolutionary Dynamics in the Antibody Response”
- Arthur Lander (UC Irvine) – “Stem cells, lineages, and the logic of proliferative control”
- Tobias Meyer (Stanford) – “Control of polarization, migration and cell steering by small GTPase signaling”
- Bryan Roth (UNC) – “Illuminating the dark matter of the druggable genome”
- Zefeng Wang (UNC) – “Systemic Study of alternative splicing in cancers”
A reception followed the symposium talks in the Bioinformatics lobby.