ADVBS and Workshops
1st Australasian Data Visualisation and Bioinformatics Symposium (ADVBS) and Workshop
On behalf of the Organising Committee, I wish to welcome you to the 1st Australasian Data Visualisation and Bioinformatics Symposium (ADVBS) to be held on February 7th 2020, in conjunction with the 25th Annual Lorne Proteomics Symposium 2020, Lorne, Victoria. The ADVBS will focus on integrating computational and statistical approaches to interrogate mass spectrometry-based data, producing visually compelling biological narratives. Running concurrently with the annual meeting of the Australasian Proteomics Society (APS) provides an opportunity for researchers to become data fluent by way of exposure to the latest approaches in data visualization and analysis.
Prior to the 1st ADVBS, we will also be hosting a two-day Data Visualisation and Bioinformatics Workshop to provide an exciting hands-on opportunity for the wider-omics community. Through knowledge and experience in how to use, explore, interpret and visualize data in a meaningful way, research can be communicated more effectively. Combined, the ADVBS and Workshop will host an outstanding line-up of international speakers (see below) and showcase talent in the region by covering a variety of engaging topics.
On behalf of the Organising Committee,
Dr Melanie White (Symposium Chair)
University of Sydney
1st ADVBS Organising Committee:
Dr Melanie White (Symposium Chair)
A/Prof David Powell
Dr Ignatius Pang
Dr Deanna Deveson
Dr Anup Shah
Dr Laura Dagley
Dr Ralf Schittenhelm
Dr Ben Parker
Dr James Broadbent
International Advisory Committee:
Dr Kylie Bemis - USA
Martin Krzywinski – Canada
- 1st Australasian Data Visualisation and Bioinformatics Workshop
Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th February 2020: Parallel Workshops will cater for both Beginners and Intermediate users of the R statistical computing language.
Registration: $80 (Students), $120 (Other registrants) see registration link here (strictly limited capacity)
Time & Venue: Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th February 2020, 9:00 am- 5:30 pm, University of Melbourne, Australia (room location: TBC)
- 1st Australasian Data Visualisation and Bioinformatics Symposium (ADVBS)
Friday 7th February 2020: (running concurrently with the 25th Annual Lorne Proteomics Symposium) Preliminary Program to be released shortly.
Registration: ADVBS day registration $230 (APS members), $265 (other registrants). Registration is included in 25th Annual Lorne Proteomics Symposium registration. See registration link here.
Time/Venue: Friday 7th February 2020, Horizons Room, Cumberland Lorne Resort, Lorne, Victoria, Australia
Abstract submission: Abstracts to be considered for talks/posters at 1st ADVBS should be submitted via the 25th Annual Lorne Proteomics Symposium submission platform, see link to abstract submission here. The same deadlines apply. Please indicate that this is a Data Visualisation and Bioinformatics abstract in order to be considered for a presentation in the 1st ADVBS.
Poster Award: We are calling for student applications for a poster award. Finalists will be selected, based on the abstract submitted and given the opportunity to present a lightening talk during ADVBS, awarded a cash prize and certificate. Applicants should indicate on the abstract submission page if they wish to be considered for a student poster award via this link here (deadline same as for the abstract submission, please note that applicants must be registered to the event in order to be eligible for the award).
Abstract submission deadline: Friday 15th November 2019.
2nd Australasian Core Facility Meeting
The second Australasian Core Facilities Meeting will be held on Thursday 6th February 2020. The meeting will run from 12noon to 3:30pm and will include lunch and refreshments. Building on the success of the inaugural meeting at HUPO 2019, co-chairs Ben Crossett and Ralf Schittenhelm aim to brings together the leaders in core facility management for an afternoon of inciteful analysis, debate and sharing of best practice. The meeting is ideally suited to those working in or with core facilities or aspiring to move into core facility management. The full program will be released later this year, but registration is $70 and is now open. Click here to register!