The NCCB Symposium is a one-day conference organized by students from some of the major research universities of Northern California. This year the symposium will be held on Saturday, October 6th on the Genentech Hall auditorium at the University of California, San Francisco. The conference highlights current research in Computational Biology by students and post-docs. It will include student talks, a poster session, an industry panel, and unique networking opportunities. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Matthew Spitzer, Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at UC San Francisco.
We are also currently accepting abstract submissions, and strongly encourage you to submit an abstract for a talk or poster. This is an excellent opportunity to present your work and to learn about the research being conducted by your peers in the computational biology community.
We hope to see you at the symposium!
Northern California Computational Biology Student Symposium
Saturday, October 6, 2018, at UC San Francisco Genentech Auditorium
Organizers: UC San Francisco, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced, UC Santa Cruz, and Stanford University.
Registration and Call for Abstracts
Open at: https://nccb.io/
We are currently accepting abstract submissions for lightning talks (3 minutes + 2 minutes for questions), regular talks (12 minutes with 3 minutes for questions), and posters. Abstracts can be submitted under the Event Registration form. Space is limited, so please apply by the deadline.
Abstract Submission Deadline: August 27, 2018
Notification for Selection: September 10, 2018
For more information, see our website: https://nccb.io/
For questions, please contact us directly at: email@example.com