2 – 6  DECEMBER 2019

CHARLES PERKINS CENTRE – THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY

Explore Current Research and Developments

Bioinformatics is a constantly evolving field analysing and simulating both the structures and processes of biological systems. In 2019, AMSI BioInfoSummer returns to Sydney, bringing together advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers and professionals from all disciplines. The event allows attendees to develop their bioinformatics skills, national networks and employability, and nurtures the collaborations between the mathematics, statistics, medical sciences and information technology disciplines.

The themes of the 2019 conference are:

  • Epigenetics/genomics
  • Single cell omics
  • Mass spec analytics
  • BioCAsia/precision medicine

Program

Running over five days, AMSI BioInfoSummer gives attendees the opportunity to be involved at every level. The program includes hands-on introductory levels for beginners through to specialist lectures from international speakers and Australia’s top mathematical scientists.

Speakers

  • Rafael Irizarry Professor of Biostatistics, Harvard University
  • John Marioni Research Group Leader, Computational and Evolutionary Genomics, EMBL-EBI
  • Pei Wang Professor of Genetics and Genomic Sciences, Icahn Medical School at Mount Sinai, New York
  • Elana J. Fertig
    Elana J. Fertig Associate Professor of Oncology, Johns Hopkins University

Travel Grants

AMSI BioInfoSummer offers two types of grants to help students and early career researchers from AMSI member institutions cover the cost of their travel, accommodation, and/or child care fees (key eligibility criteria applies).

Sponsors