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Welcome to BaMBA VI

Clark Center, Stanford University

Saturday, Nov 20, 2010

A day of lectures and collaboration with people in the mathematical and life sciences.

The Biology and Mathematics in the Bay Area (BaMBA) meeting is a one-day annual event that takes place in the San Francisco Bay Area. Speakers are leading researchers who discuss applications of mathematics, statistics, and computer science in modern biology. The goal of the meeting is to encourage dialogue between researchers and students from different disciplines in an atmosphere that promotes the exchange of ideas and viewpoint. 

This year BamBA VI will be held in the Clark Center at Stanford University. Sessions will start at 9:00 am and end at 6:00pm and lunch will be provided. Talks by keynote speakers will be followed by a poster session.  

Keynote Speakers
Hana El-Samad (California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences, UCSF)
Joseph Puglisi (Structural Biology Stanford, Stanford University Medical Center)
Tamar Schlick (Mathematics, chemistry and computer science, NYU)
Robert Tibshirani (Statistics and Health Research and Policy, Stanford) 
Mariel Vazquez (Mathematics, SFSU)

Participation is free and open to everyone but registration is required. Attendance is limited to 150, and the registration deadline is Sunday, November 14th, 2010. 
Register with this link.

Poster Session

The poster session will be held at 6:00pm. Undergraduates, graduates and post-docs involved in mathematical and computational investigations of biological sciences are invited to submit and abstract for a poster presentation.


The poster session will be followed by a dinner at a local restaurant. Dinner attendance is limited to 50 people including speakers and organizers.  If you are planning to attend dinner please indicate so in your registration form. If you have registered and need to cancel please let the organizers know as soon as possible.

avier Arsuaga, SFSU
Hana El-Samad, UCSF
Michael Levitt, Stanford
Josh Stuart, UCSC




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Josh Stuart,
Sep 23, 2010, 3:36 PM