Welcome to ICMSB2009!
For the past years, active research in systems biology has generated many promising and intriguing experimental, theoretical, and computational results.
At the 11th International Conference on Molecular Systems Biology (ICMSB'09, Shanghai), world experts from many relevant fields will meet in Shanghai to present and discuss recent advances and new applications in molecular systems biology, and exchange emerging research ideas. We strongly encourage participation by young researchers and graduate students from all over the world.
The ICMSB'09 will be hosted by the CAS-MPG Partner Institute for Computational Biology (PICB). Founded jointly by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and German Max Planck Society (MPG) in October 2005, PICB is a growing research institute committed to exploring the potential of computational methods in the life sciences. Currently, its interests are focused on computational genomics, systems biology, plant biology(photosynthesis), molecular evolution, structural biology, and data-intensive computing in the life science / bioinformatics. The city of Shanghai is a dynamic center of economy, commerce, science and technology in China. It provides an excellent environment for scientists to interact and identify potential collaborations.
We are now open to accept contributed talks and posters for all areas in molecular systems biology including (but not limited to) the following topics:
We look forward to welcoming you to Shanghai in 2009!
The ICMSB'09 Organizing Committee
Abstract submission deadline:
Extend to April 10, 2009