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[Computational-biology] Discovery Informatics Forum - Nov 21, London

Jon Rees jon.rees at bioinformaticsforumuk.net
Thu Aug 25 10:27:32 EST 2005

We are delighted that colleagues from Oxford, London, Cambridge and 
elsewhere will be joining us for our November meeting on drug discovery 
informatics solutions, the “Discovery Informatics Forum” (08:30 - 17:30) on 
November 21st, 2005 at the DTI Conference Centre, 1 Victoria Street, London.

If are able to attend the programme (note this is a one day meeting), which 
includes refreshments, lunch, you are welcome to join us after the event for 
a drinks reception (17:30 - 20:00).

This meeting is part of the "UK Bioinformatics Forum" initiative aimed at 
helping members to explore new technologies which address some of the most 
pressing and problematic drug discovery issues facing pharmaceutical and 
biotechnology companies.

Confirmed solutions providers presenting include Dr. John Savin (CEO) of 
Physiomics PLC, Dr. Simon Valentine of Scitegic, GenoLogics (US), Dr. 
Jonathan Sheldon (CSO) of InforSense, Dr. Jay Perrett (CTO) of Applied 
InSilico, Dr. Michael Kearns (CEO) of Amartus, Dr. Christian Neumaier of iAS 
interActive Systems (Germany), Dr. Nick Arini of Definiens and Dr. Neil 
Halliday of Science Partners.

Confirmed key notes speakers include Dr. Andrew Hopkins, Knowledge 
Discovery, Pfizer Global Research & Development, Prof. Jun-ichi Tsujii, 
Director, National Centre for Text Mining (NaCTEM), Prof. Arun Holden - 
BioSim (EU Network of Excellence), and Dr. Sylvia Nagl (Head of 
Bioinformatics, UCL Oncology).

Members of Oxfordshire Bioscience Network (OBN), London Biotechnology 
Network (LBN) and ERBI (Cambs) are entitled to a 30% discount on delegate 
registration fees for this meeting.

If you wish to attend, please fill in and fax back a registration form and 
direct your enquiries to us.

Registration Forms:

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Microsoft Word: 

Jon Rees
UK Bioinformatics Forum
jon.rees at bioinformaticsforumuk.net

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