"Give me whereon to stand and I will move the whole world," said Archimedes.

The CSB conferences at Stanford University focus on building a lever and finding a place to stand. The “lever” is comprised of the resources found in the multidisciplinary presentations. Applying the lever of biological discovery at the points of innovation identified by cutting-edge research can change the world of biology, medicine and drug discovery. And by changing this world, change the lives of the people waiting for cures.

The “place to stand” is at CSB2005, the fourth “Computational Systems Bioinformatics” conference and tutorials, August 8-11, 2005 at Stanford where scientists will discuss their research and innovative approaches to make the world spin a little faster.

The CSB2005 motto “Connectivity Matters” stresses the importance of communication within our community. Our Proceedings will again be indexed in Medline to improve awareness of our authors' work. The CSB Program and Poster Committees rigorously reviewed the papers and poster abstracts and we are happy to share these results and encourage “connectivity” within the bioinformatics scientific community and beyond.

The registration package includes opening reception, breakfasts, snacks, lunches and banquet and a copy of the Proceedings.

Join the CSB2005 delegation and help make our Earth spin faster.

REGISTER ONLINE for best registration discounts and to guarantee your tutorial choices.

See you in August.

Vicky Markstein
Conference Chair and IEEE Computer Society Bioinformatics Technical Chair




2004 Tutorials

Morgan Kaufmann


register tutorials


Submission deadline for tutorial abstracts:
February 15, 2005

Submission deadline for papers:
March 20, 2005

Submission deadline for posters:
May 2, 2005