Debora Marks is a computational biologist, a professor at Harvard University in the Departments of Systems Biology and Biomedical Informatics. She runs a vibrant new lab focused on computational approaches to predict effects of genetic variation and its impact on disease risk and drug response. In her early research, she made important discoveries in the field of microRNAs and gene regulation. More recently, she made breakthrough advances on predicting three-dimensional protein and RNA structures from sequences alone. She won the Overton Prize in 2016 and is recruiting!.
We are delighted to announce that a call for abstracts for the 14th edition of ISCB Student Council Symposium is now open.
We welcome abstracts from all levels of research students and early career post-doctoral researchers. A select number of authors will be invited to give oral presentations of their work at the symposium. All accepted abstract authors will be invited to present a poster about their work. Outstanding presentations and posters will be awarded.
Authors of submitted abstracts are also invited to apply for a Travel Fellowship to help them attending the symposium.
Please check the key dates section on our front page for last day of submission and acceptance notifications.