VPH2012: Deadline for Abstract Submission Extended

18 - 20 September 2012, London, UK.
VPH2012 will be an international conference on computational biomedicine, with focus on the integrative aspects of VPH. VPH2012 aims at reaching outside of the VPH community to other relevant communities including systems biology. The vision is to have a conference that truly encompasses all possible scales to model physio/pathology with a clear ICT focus.

Four parallel sessions will be held on all days with talks and dedicated poster sessions. Additionally, there will be parallel workshops in relevant areas not addressed in the main scientific tracks. There are two types of workshops which will be held in VPH2012. Hands-on workshops have invited speakers, their aim is to give attendees a deeper knowledge and familiarity of a specific set of tools or concepts, and will have a more interactive format. Sessional workshops are those which focus on a particular theme with keynote speakers and will also have an open call for abstracts.

The best VPH2012 papers will be published in Interface Focus in a special themed issue on Integrative Approaches to Computational Biomedicine. The conference is now calling for abstract proposals.

Abstract submission

  • Deadline for abstract submission extended: 18th March 2012
  • Authors Notifications: 31 May 2012 (plus second-round review, if required)
  • Program notification: 15 July 2012

For further information, please visit:
http://www.vph-noe.eu/vph2012

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