ICIBM paper submissions due Feb. 25 (new date)

The 2019 International Conference on Intelligent Biology and Medicine (ICIBM 2019) is now accepting research papers through Feb. 25. Researchers are invited to submit abstracts with unpublished original work describing recent advances on all aspects of bioinformatics, intelligent computing, systems biology and medical informatics.

ICIBM 2019, which TDAI affiliate Ewy Mathe is helping to plan, will be held at Ohio State June 9-11 (exact location TBA). It provides a congenial atmosphere conducive to extensive discussion and networking for eminent scholars in various fields of computational biology, systems biology and computational medicine, as well as experimentalists interested in application of computational methods in biomedical studies.

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