Hinxton GO Users Meeting - September 2002: Program

Abstracts are available for most talks.

9:00 AM Welcome

9:15 - 10:35 AM Talks
9:15 AM Global Open Biology Ontologies, Michael Ashburner, University of Cambridge
9:35 AM Literature-based annotation tools and strategies at TAIR, Suparna Mundodi, TAIR
9:55 AM Practical application of GO to RIKEN mouse cDNA clones, Hidemasa Bono, RIKEN Genomic Sciences Center
10:15 AM A general implementation of ontologies in model organism databases, the Mouse Genome Informatics model, Judith A. Blake, The Jackson Laboratory

10:35 AM Coffee break

11:10 AM - 12:10 PM Talks
11:10 AM Semantic similarity measurements and the Gene Ontology, Phillip Lord, University of Manchester
11:30 AM Predicting gene function using patterns of annotation, Frederick P. Roth, Harvard Medical School
11:50 AM Beauty and the beast: GONG reconciles biological beauty with the computer science beast, Chris Wroe, University of Manchester

12:10 - 2:00 PM Lunch and posters

2:00 - 3:15 PM Panel discussion: Annotation
Evelyn Camon, EMBL-EBI
Karen Christie, Stanford University
Linda Hannick, TIGR
Han Xie, Compugen, Inc.

3:15 - 4:30 PM Panel discussion: Database and Software Tools
Brad Marshall, Chris Mungall, UC Berkeley

4:30 PM Closing remarks

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