Duke Workshop: Microarray Data Mining Solutions

Simon Lin simon_lin at med.unc.edu
Mon Jul 17 15:45:50 EST 2000

Duke 2000 Workshop: Microarray Data Mining Solutions

Duke University, Durham, NC
Aug 3-4, 2000

Durham, NC - July 12, 2000. With a working draft of the human genome in
place, molecular biologists are facing enormous amount of data. To assist
you in evaluating possible data analysis solutions, the Duke Bioinformatics
Shared Resource has organized a two-day workshop for functional genomics
data mining.

In this unique hands-on workshop, you will test drive bioinformatics
packages from the makers of Spotfire, GeneSpring, Partek and others for data
mining, data visualization, pattern recognition, clustering, and genomic
pathway analysis. In addition, a 3-hour session on functional genomics data
mining will be presented.  Real data sets from microarray studies will be
used in the workshop as examples.

There will be two tutorial sessions (morning and afternoon) on each day,
poster session and microarray product faire are on Aug 3. See the website
for details.

SPONSORS: Duke Bioinformatics Shared Resource, Duke Comprehensive Cancer
Center, SpotFire, BioDiscovery, Partek, Hitachi, SiliconGenetics.

REGISTRATION: $0 (poster presenters), $35 (academic), $70 (corporate). To
make sure everyone has a computer to work on, the workshop enrollment is
limited. Priority will be given to poser presenters.

For details about the workshop,
For general information,

     Simon Lin, M.D.
     Duke Bioinformatics Shared Resource
     Ph: (919) 681-9646 FAX: (919) 681-8028 lin00025 at mc.duke.edu
Mailing address.................................................
     Hanes 248, Trent Drive
     Box 3958, Duke University Medical Center
     Durham, NC 27710
Street address (for express mail)...............................
     Jones 133,  Research Drive,
     Duke University Medical Center
     Durham, NC 27708

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