Genome Databases Seminar
Spring Quarter Schedule 2003
CS 545G / BMI 345
Organized by: Peter D. Karp and Gio Wiederhold
TIME: Fridays, 3:15 pm until 4:30pm. Please arrive 5 min. early to sign in!
LOCATION: Braun Auditorium, in Mudd Chemistry
(between Gates and the #1 Parking structure; across Campus Drive from the new Clark Center to be.)
DIRECTIONS: Transport and Parking options or a simple ASCII Map
MAILINGLIST: Please send an email to Marianne Siroker (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want to subscribe/unsubscribe to the mailing list for seminar announcements.
POLICY: The Database Seminar is open to the public
FURTHER INFORMATION: Please contact Peter Karp: pkarp @ ai.sri.com
The theme of CS545G is the databases that are being constructed in academic and commercial life-sciences organizations to manage genome data. Presentation, demonstrations, and analysis devoted to database issues specific to their use to encode molecular-biology information, including DNA sequence, protein sequence and structure, gene expression, and other functional-genomics data. Emphasis is on representation and integration of the many diverse data sources, and their presentation for biomedical and pharmaceutical researchers. Issues: data structures and ontologies, cross referencing, quality control and error detection, search processes, suitability of different DBMSs, data provenance, and privacy protection for patient-derived information. Introduction and discussion by the instructors and presentations by experts from commercial and research organizations.
April 4, 2003
"Overview of Genome Databases"
Peter D. Karp
Bioinformatics Research Group, SRI International
Of possible interest Thursday 1:00 to 5:00 pm Stanford-IBM BioX Symposium
April 11, 2003
"The EcoCyc and MetaCyc Pathway/Genome Databases"
Peter D. Karp
"Quantities and Precision" [html]
SPEAKERS BELOW ARE TENTATIVE - based on the 2002 schedule -- and dates of their presentation are even more so
April 18, 2003
"The Encyclopedia of Life Project"
San Diego Supercomputer Center
April 25, 2003
"Data Integration and Management for Molecular and Cell Biology"
IBM Life Sciences
May 2, 2003
"Integrated Data Systems for Interpreting Genome-Focused Data in Cancer"
University of California, San Francisco
May 9, 2003
"PharmGKB: The Pharmacogenomics Knowledge Base"
May 16, 2003
"Sharing Biomedical Data with Impunity"
University of Pennsylvania
May 23, 2003
"Integration Challenges for Gene Expression and Related Data"
May 30, 2003
"Model Organism Databases (and their Curation),
with a focus on the Saccharomyces Genome Database"
Genetics Department, Stanford University
June 6, 2003
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