Question: Reminder - LASR2008: The Art and Science of Statistical Bioinformatics
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Dear Colleagues, I have been requested to forward the following reminder to the list. Regards Arief Dear all, Early registration for the 2008 LASR Workshop, "The Art and Science of Statistical Bioinformatics", (Leeds, 15th-17th July 2008) closes at the end of May. As usual the workshop format is a mixture of invited and contributed talks, and posters. It has a tradition of being informal and relaxed, and of encouraging interaction and discussion between the participants. Confirmed speakers at LASR 2008 include Fred Bookstein (Universities of Vienna, Seattle) Clive Bowman (GlaxoSmithKline) Richard Jackson (University of Leeds) John Kent (University of Leeds) Michael Levitt (Stanford) Kanti Mardia (University of Leeds) Andrew Neuwald (University of Maryland) Alain Trouve (Ecole Normale Superieure, Cachan) David Westhead (University of Leeds) Ziheng Yang, FRS (University College London) A complete programme is available from the workshop web site http://www.maths.leeds.ac.uk/lasr2008 The registration fees, which include refreshments, lunches, and a copy of the workshop proceedings, are Early registration (valid up to 31st May 2008): 185 GBP (students 165) Late registration (from 1st June 2008): 215 GBP (students 185). Full registration details and an online registration form are available from the LASR web site. I hope to see you in Leeds for this year's workshop. Regards, Stuart. -- Dr Stuart Barber LASR 2008 - The Art and Science of Statistical Bioinformatics Leeds Annual Statistical Research Workshop, Department of Statistics, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT web: http://www.maths.leeds.ac.uk/lasr2008
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