March 20, 2008

Genomes to Systems 2008: Summary

Filed under: sysbio — Duncan Hull @ 4:23 pm
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G2S sponsorsGenomes to Systems is a biannual conference held in Manchester covering the latest post-genome developments. The final programme for Genomes to Systems 2008 is available here. To supplement this with a little more information, the following briefly overviews sessions during the three days of the 2008 conference.

The first day had three parallel sesssions on,

  1. Disease proteomics
  2. Metabolic markers of disease
  3. Deep-mining of genomes

The morning of the second day, had parallel sessions on

  1. Computational environments in systems biology
  2. Single-molecule imaging for analysis of biological processes
  3. From Structure to Biology

The afternoon had sessions on

  1. Emerging strategies for global proteomics
  2. Metagenomcs approaches to biodiversity and systems ecology
  3. Facts from the flood: Text mining for Biomedicine

The third and final day had sessions on

  1. Systems biology in Time: Dynamic Cellular Processes
  2. Chemical genomics: small molecules with large effects
  3. Pharmacogenomics

The afternoon had sessions on

  1. Systems Biology from microbe to planet: understanding lots of data through comprehensive models
  2. Advanced concepts and techniques in array informatics
  3. Clinical Genomics of Cancer.

The date and location of the next Genomes to Systems conference has yet to be decided.


  1. […] 3.Genomes to Systems Conference 17th – 19th March 2008. 两年一度的基因组到系统大会在英国曼彻斯特的GMEX中心召开。讨论的主题包括疾病基因组和蛋白质组,药物基因组,系统生物学,基因组数据挖掘等。Duncan和Steve对这次会议做了详细的总结,会议的具体流程在这里可以找到。 […]

    Pingback by 无名 » Bioinformatics for the Month-March 2008 — March 31, 2008 @ 6:09 am | Reply

  2. Thanks for the comment. Excellent blog (and conference). Will link your site on my own 🙂

    Comment by Steve — March 31, 2008 @ 3:31 pm | Reply

  3. Hi Steve, glad you like it, thanks for the link.

    Comment by Duncan — April 5, 2008 @ 8:42 am | Reply

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