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Computational Systems Bioinformatics Conference
Welcome to CSB2007 in San Diego, CA
In 2001 a few scientists turned conference planners organized the first Computational Systems Bioinformatics (CSB) conference at Stanford, CA and continued at Stanford over the next 5 years.
Later, CSB joined the not-for-profit Life Sciences Society, LSS. In 2006, LSS was very honored to be invited to hold CSB2007 on the campus of the University of California at San Diego, UCSD.
The University of California at San Diego grew from the Scripps Institute of Oceanography and began as a graduate school with a
strong focus on the natural sciences. The rich research culture around UCSD and many neighboring institutions would generally be
termed the venue of the Torrey Pines Mesa, an area very rich in biotechnology research activities. Today, San Diego has the largest
cluster of Life Sciences centers with 26 research institutes (including UCSD and a suite of Institutes: Salk, Neurosciences,
Scripps Research, Burnham Medical, as well as smaller not for profits) located in an area less then 10 square miles. For more
on San Diego's R&D Life Sciences Centers and the vibrant biotechnology and pharmacology efforts, do visit the BioCom website:
CSB2007 will continue to be a 5 day single track conference:
10 half day tutorials, 30 referred papers plus keynote speakers, 150 posters and 3 full day workshops. Special events for the evenings are being planned.
Bring family and guests to enjoy San Diego's world-famous attractions as SeaWorld, the San Diego Zoo, the Wild Animal Park and LEGOLAND California, as well as historic cultural gems Balboa Park and Old Town.
---John Wooley, General Conference Chair