Network Biology Community
The NetBio community meeting is held in conjunction with ISMB, the
largest computational biology/bioinformatics conference in the world. The NetBio SIG
will focus on two major areas: (1) the development of network-related
tools and resources, and (2) the application of network analysis and
visualization in the study of biology and
medicine. The meeting will provide a unique interface between tool
developers and users in the field of network biology. Through these
complementary lenses, the SIG will bring into focus the current state
of the field, its future promise and how to get from here to there.
How to Participate
Find the latest information including how to submit an abstract for the annual meeting on this page. In addition to the
annual meeting, the NetBio group functions year-round as an international virtual community supporting and
co-organizing multiple meetings, connecting researchers, results, and resources, pointing to training opportunities
and the latest published research. Find out more
via the NetBio Group at LinkedIn.
- February 13: Open call for abstract submissions
- April 13: Oral abstract submission deadline
- May 10: Notification of accepted oral abstracts
- May 15: Poster abstract submission deadline
- May 31: Notification of accepted poster abstracts
- June 15: Early registration discount cut-off date
- July 23: NetBio Track
- July 22-25: ISMB 2017, Main program
Abstract submission is closed
- Length requirement: 1 page max of text, plus an optional figure, as a single PDF
- Keywords and topic: Prooide one or more keywords and select a topic area for your abstract: Tools & Resources or Applied Research
- Presentation preference: Indicate whether you would prefer to present a "talk-only", "talk or poster", or "poster only"
- Submission: The link below will take you to the submission system.
Schedule and Abstracts
New Community Site!
Check out the new site at: ISCB Connect: NetBio
- Alexander Pico, Gladstone Institutes, UCSF, profile
- Scooter Morris, RBVI, University of California at San
- Gary Bader, University of Toronto, profile
- Mario Albrecht, Graz University of Technology, Austria, profile
- Natasa Przulj, University College London, profile
- Esti Yeger-Lotem, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, profile
- Frank Kramer, University Medical Center Gottingen, profile
- Martina Kutmon, University of Maastricht, profile
- Gerald Quon, University of California, Davis, profile