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  • Symposium of the Polish Bioinformatics Society - Call for contribution

    Submission and registration for the XII Symposium of the Polish Bioinformatics Society is now open!

    We cordially invite all members of Polish Bioinformatics Society but also ISCB and non-associated colleagues to contribute to the symposium.

    This year the symposium will be held in Krakow - City of Polish Kings - on 19-21 September 2019. We encourage in particular young colleagues to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations - due June 9th.

    For further details please visit the conference webpage:
    and register there.
    Discounts for PBIS and ISCB members available!

    Confirmed Keynotes:
    • Eugene Koonin - NCBI, U.S.A.
    • Vilda Purutcuoglu - METU, Turkey
    • Sebastian Glatt - Max Planck/MCB, Poland

    We look forward to seeing you in Krakow!
    PBIS Symposium organizing committee
    Pawel Labaj

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