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|Dave Clements||NESCent, GMOD||http://nescent.org http://gmod.org|
|Fengyuan Hu||Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge|
|Ellen Adlem||Cambridge University Cambridge Institue of Medical Research||http://www.t1dbase.org|
|seth redmond||Imperial College / Vectorbase|
|Jerven Bolleman||UniProt Swiss-Prot|
|Oksana Riba Grognuz||Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB) Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Lausanne|
|Kim Rutherford||Cambridge Systems Biology Centre||http://www.pombase.org/|
|Stephen Taylor||CBRG, Oxford University||http://www.cbrg.ox.ac.uk/|
|Gerd Anders||Public research institute: Max-Delbrueck-Centrum Berlin (MDC), Researcher and database developer||http://www.mdc-berlin.de/en/research/core_facilities/cf_massspectromety_bimsb/teammember/index.html http://www.mdc-berlin.de/en/research/core_facilities/cf_bioinformatic/teammember/index.html|
This event was sponsored by the Cambridge Computational Biology Institute and the School of Biological Sciences Bioinformatics Training Facility. The CCBI is set up to bring together the unique strengths of Cambridge in medicine, biology, mathematics and the physical sciences. Its aim is to create a centre of excellence in research and teaching and to promote collaborations both within the Cambridge area and beyond. The Bioinformatics Training Facility organises practical training for both undergraduates and postgraduates. The vast majority of their postgraduate events are open and free to all who might benefit.
CCBI provided copious organizational and logistical support for this event. The Bioinformatics Training Facility is generously providing all coffee, tea, and break snacks at no charge. Please thank Gos Micklem, Richard Smith, Shelley Lawson, and Dave Judge profusely every time you see them.
Lodging and Other Logistics
See the Logistics section on the GMOD Europe 2010 page for information.
Registration was free, but required, as space was limited.