Bioinformatics doesn’t need any introduction; it has categorized biology as another branch of information science. This field is evolving rapidly, which makes it challenging for biotechnology professionals to keep up with recent advancements. This one day symposium is recommended for both molecular biologists and computer scientists desiring to understand the major issues concerning analysis of genomes, sequences and structures. The event will discuss the strengths and limitations of various existing methods and potential Research and carrier aspects in bioinformatics.
Date and Time: Saturday, 6th November 2010, 10.30am - 05.15pm
Venue: 1 Software Layout Unit, Tata Consultancy Services, Deccan Park Madhapur – Hyderabad
(Andhra Pradesh), India
Event URL: http://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_view/list_meeting/3193
If you are a student pursuing Graduation or Post Graduation in Life science or Computer Science, this is a unique opportunity to submit and present your Research/Idea. Selected papers will have a chance for presentations for 10 minutes in the symposium in front of the panel of Judges. Please send your papers in MS Word format, the length of your paper shall not increase 4 pages. Best 3 paper presenters will be certified by IEEE. We invite short papers on the following areas but not limited to:
Bioinformatics, Proteomics, Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics, Medical Informatics, Drug Design, Immunoinformatics, Statistical Analysis in Bioinformatics, Genomics, Forensic Bioinformatics
Please send your papers to email@example.com
Registration Deadline: 25th October 2010
Last date of sending the papers: 25th October 2010
Notification of acceptance: 26th October 2010
IEEE Members- Free
Non IEEE member Students – INR 400/-
Non IEEE member non Students- INR 700/-
Spot Registration- INR 900/-
Maximum Allowed Registrations: 80
Please Register yourself at
http://spreadsheets.google.com/a/ieeehyd.org/viewform?formkey=dFlJQ1duTUF5aVZrbWpkWk53OWN6UWc6MQ Registration will be closed if the maximum threshold of participants is reached even before the last date.
DDs in favor of “IEEE Hyderabad Section”, payable at Hyderabad.
DDs should be sent at the following address:
IEEE Bioinformatics Symposium ,
C/O, BioAxis DNA Research Centre
#12-13-1249, 1st Floor, Besides Andhra Bank, Opp. Apollo Clinic, Tarnaka Main Road, Secunderabad - 500 017 Andhra Pradesh (India)
Note: Please send the details of your Symposium fees submission (DD No.) along with your name, affiliation and Contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Registered participants will receive a confirmation email upon successful registration; Attendees shall bring the hard copy of the acknowledgement email received by us as a proof of Registration when coming to attend the event.
10.00 am – 11.00 am – Registration and Introduction to IEEE and membership benefits.
11.00 AM – 11.45 PM – Impact of Bioinformatics on Drug Discovery and Development
11.55 AM – 12.35 PM – Statistical Methods in Structural Bioinformatics
12.45 PM – 01.30 PM – Carrier prospects in Biotechnology and Bioinformatics
01.30 PM – 02.30 PM – Lunch
02.30 PM – 03.15 PM – Applying Forensic Bioinformatics to Mixed DNA Samples; Boon to forensic laboratories
03.30 PM – 04.30 PM – Short Papers presentation by Students
04.30 PM – 04.45 PM – Tea
04.45 PM – 05.00 PM – Short Papers Decision and Certification
05.00 PM – 05.15 PM – On spot New IEEE Membership Registration
Dr Rajgopal Srinivasan, Tata Innovation Labs (TCS)
Rajgopal Srinivasan heads the Informatics offerings of the Life Sciences R&D division at Tata Consultancy Services. A graduate in Chemistry from The Indian Institute of Technology in Madras, Raj holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign in the USA. Following post-doctoral stints at Washington University in St. Louis and Johns Hopkins Medical School, he was a research professor at the Johns Hopkins University in the department of Biophysics till 2003. He joined TCS in 2003 as part of its Corporate R&D Center in Hyderabad, India. An active researcher, he is the author of several publications and holds an international patent. His research interests are in the areas of protein structure prediction, use of NLP techniques for information extraction and search and understanding the causal effects of genotype on phenotype.
Dr R.Narayanan, Tata Innovation Labs (TCS)
Dr. R. Narayanan’s research interests are in developing computational models for predicting absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion and toxicity of new chemical entities, correlation of physical properties of new chemical entities with their biological effects and in silico lead generation. Dr. R. Narayanan, has been involved in drug discovery research in several capacities, in Indian and multinational companies since 1996. He has led medicinal chemistry programs in various therapeutic areas and has wide experience in the areas of hit identification, lead identification, and lead optimization. Dr. R. Narayanan obtained his Master's degree in Bio-Chemistry and Ph.D degree in Organic Chemistry in 1986 and 1993 respectively, both from the University of Madras.
Dr Sunil Kumar Verma , Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), Hyderabad
Dr. S. K. Verma is an Indian Scholar and Scientist currently posted in Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), India. He did his Ph.D. in Medical Oncology from the University of Oxford, United Kingdom. Other than authoring many research papers and book chapters, Dr. Verma has received several prestigious National and International Awards and Honors. Mentioning a few: The BioAsia Innovation Award-2009; CSIR Technology Award for Life Sciences-2008; DST-DFG Lindau Nobel Laureates Award-2003; Emerging Forensic Scientist Continental Award-1999 from the International Association of Forensic Sciences in USA; Commonwealth Scholarships 2003; DBT Scholarships 1995-97 and ICAR Scholarships 1991-95. Most recently, Dr. Verma has been admitted as the Fellow of Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Berlin and the Research Ambassador of DAAD (German Academic Exchange) to promote the bidirectional research endeavors between India and Germany. Dr. Verma’s research interests include the studies of signal transduction pathways in the human health and disease, in particular the tuberculosis and several human malignancies prominent in Indian sub-continent. He is also continuing his interests in Wildlife Conservation and Wildlife Forensics, and is one of the discoverers of popular Universal Primer Technology for Wildlife Identification (US Patent 7141364), which later became famous as ‘DNA bar-coding’.
Dr Amit Kumar, BioAxis DNA Research Centre (BDRC) Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad