DIMACS Mini-Workshop on System Based Modeling in Informatics

February 19 - 20, 2001
DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey

Michael Liebman, Abramson Family Cancer Center, University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, liebmanm@mail.med.upenn.edu
Richard L.X. Ho, R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute, RHo@prius.jnj.com
Presented under the auspices of the Special Year on Computational Molecular Biology.

Workshop Program:

February 19, 2001

8:00-8:30    Breakfast and Registration

8:30-8:45    Welcome and Greeting:
             Fred S. Roberts, DIMACS Director

8:45-9:00    Welcome and Introduction to Meeting: 
             Michael Liebman, University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine

9:00-9:35    Craig J. Benham, Department of Biomathematical Sciences, 
             Mount Sinai School of Medicine
             Analysis of the Global Role of IHF in Transcriptional Regulation

9:35-10:10   Han Xie Compugen, Inc, Jamesburg, NJ
             Transcriptome annotation using Gene Ontology Nomenclature

10:10-10:45  Hugh B. Nicholas, Jr. Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
             Effective Representation of Gene Families

10:45-11:00  Break

11:00-11:35  Frank Tobin, Scientific Computing and Mathematical Modeling, 
             GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals
             Osteoporosis and Bone Remodeling Models

11:35-12:10  Joseph P. Zbilut, Molecular Biophysics and Physiology, 
             Rush Medical College, Chicago, IL
             Recurrence Quantification as a Tool for Protein Classification

12:10-1:30   Lunch

1:30-2:05    Robert J. Leipold, Professional Services, Entelos Inc.
             Biosimulation: Systems-Based Modeling of Human Physiology in Health
	     and Disease

2:05-2:40    Richard Ho, R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute
             Applying In Silico, Animal and Mental Models of Human Weight Control

2:40-3:15    Stephen Shaw, Human Immunology Section, NCI
             KBTool: An Approach to Managing Diverse Biological Information
             that Provides Simple Coherent, Extensible Storage and Retrieval

3:15-3:30    Break

3:30-4:05    Pamela Fink, Kenna Technologies, Inc. 
             From Subcellular Processes to Disease: The Different Faces 
             of the Macrophage

4:05-5:00    Panel: Modeling in Complex Biology, Is Pharma Ready for It?

5:30         Wine and Cheese Reception

February 20, 2001

8:00-8:30    Breakfast and Registration

8:30-8:45    Richard Ho, R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute

8:45-9:20    Richard Groves, Genomica Corporation, Boulder, CO
             Innovative Information Management Software for Genetic Analysis

9:20-9:55    Carolyn Cho, Physiome Sciences, Princeton, NJ
             An Application Framework for Modeling Biological Processes

9:55-10:30   Sungchul Ji, Rutgers University
             Pharmacosemiotics: An Emerging Physics, Chemistry and Linguistic               
             Paradigm in Pharmacology

10:30-10:45  Coffee Break

10:45-11:20  Michael N. Liebman, Computational Biology, Abramson Family Cancer 
             Research Institute, University of Pennsylvania
             Modeling Complex Biological Systems: Integrating the Clinic 
             with Genomics

11:20-11:55  Roland Somogyi, Molecular Mining Corp, Kingston, ON
             A Systems Approach to Post-Genomic Therapeutic Research

11:55-12:15  James Anderson, Division of Genetics and Development Biology, NIGMS
             NIGMS Funding Opportunities for Quantitative Approaches to
             Biomedical Research

12:15-1:00   Panel: Future of Modeling in Complex Biology

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