We are right smack in the middle of summer — my undergraduate research group is doing great as they wrap up the last few weeks of their projects, with plans to present work at conferences. Keep an eye out for posters (and even papers!) at some of these venues:
- The Workshop on Computational Network Biology: Modeling, Analysis, and Control (CNB-MAC), part of ACM-BCB in Washington DC
- The Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges northwest regional conference (CCSC-NW) at UW Bothell in WA
- The Murdock College Science Research Conference in Vancouver, WA.
- Derek Applewhite’s and my Pacific Northwest Quantitative Biology (PacNoW QB) symposium, which will be held at Lewis & Clark College in Portland this fall.
Last week I had the chance to attend ISMB in Chicago, where I met with old and new colleagues in computational biology. My postdoc Ibrahim Youssef also presented a poster on his recent work on signaling pathway reconstruction algorithms. The weather cooperated and Chicago was wonderful.
Sabbatical, you do not disappoint.