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Genome Technology s Conference and Events Calendar: May 23, 2005

NEW YORK, May 23 (GenomeWeb News) - Following is a list of conferences and other events scheduled to take place over the next two weeks. For a complete list of events, read Genome Technology, a GenomeWeb News sister publication.

May 23: CHI's  Biomarker World Congress 2005 in Philadelphiaincludes four tracks: Biomarkers in Early Drug Development, Biomarkers in Clinical Development, Molecular Diagnostics, and Implementing a Biomarker Strategy for Better Decision Making.


May 24: CHI's  World Pharmaceutical Congress in Philadelphiaincludes six tracks: Cheminformatics, Driving DMPK, Cell-Based Assays for HTS, Hit to Lead, R&D Strategies, and Drug Formulation.


May 24: The  Seventh Annual C21 BioVentures meeting in Monterey, Calif., is co-sponsored by Burrill & Company and TVG Finance and is designed to bring together venture-stage life science companies and the investment community.


May 25: The  Fifth Annual Northwest Gene Expression Conference in Seattle will feature keynote talks by John Quackenbush, Wilhelm Ansorge, and Charles Cantor.


May 31: Supported by ASBMB, the Cytochromes P450: Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Bioinformatics meeting in Dallaswill focus on cytochromes P450 (including NO synthase and chloroperoxidase), their associated enzymes (e.g. reductases, iron-sulfur proteins, cytochrome b5) and drug metabolizing enzymes.


June 1: Submission deadline for final papers, Foundations of Systems Biology and Engineering annual meeting.


June 1: Early bird registration due, GSAC 2005: Genomes, Medicine, and the Environment.


June 5: The 53rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry, held in San Antonio, will be preceded by 11 different two-day short courses on June 4 and 5 covering a range of mass spectrometry techniques.

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