The BCATS 2003
Symposium provides an open, interdisciplinary forum for
Stanford students and post-docs to disseminate and share their latest
work in fields relating to biomedical computation. This symposium was
organized around an identification of a need to integrate dispersed
and separate efforts in biomedical computation across Stanford
University. The BITS faculty organization (Biomedical Information
Technology at Stanford) is sponsoring this student-organized
event. BCATS 2003 is co-sponsored by the Bio-X
Program, as part of the Bio-X Saturday Morning Forum Series.
It is also being supported by NIH's Biomedical Information Science and Technology Initiative (BISTI).
November 12, 2003:
Because BCATS is less than a week away, please do not send registration payments by mail. Instead, bring a check or money order made payable to Stanford University to the conference. If you have any questions, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. October 14, 2003:
Reminder: October 15 is the last day for early registration. October 14, 2003:
The scientific program is now available. Odd numbered posters will be presented in the morning and even numbered posters will be presented in the afternoon. Poster numbers are subject to change over the next few days. If there is a mistake in your talk or poster listing, please send email to email@example.com October 10, 2003:
We are recruiting volunteers to help on the day of BCATS and during the week before the conference. If you'd like to help out for all or part of this period of time, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteers will receive recognition for their efforts in the abstract book. October 7, 2003:
Abstract submission is now closed. If you could not submit your abstract due to circumstances beyond your control, please send email to email@example.com. October 3, 2003:
The Sun Blade 2000 was delivered yesterday. Take a look at the specs here. September 23, 2003:
We are pleased to announce that first prize for best talk will be a Sun workstation. September 22, 2003:
The deadline for abstract submission has been extended until October 6th. September 1, 2003:
Registration and abstract submission are now open. August 25, 2003:
You may submit abstracts for BCATS starting September 1st. July 17, 2003:
Peter Hunter has accepted! He will be our second keynote speaker. June 25, 2003:
We are delighted to announce Sean Eddy as our first confirmed keynote speaker. May 20, 2003:
Mark your calendars! BCATS 2003 will be held on Saturday October 25th, 2003. Get ready for another great symposium!
This symposium is in its fourth year running.
BCATS will place special emphasis on interdisciplinary research relating to biomedical computation.
This topic is very broad and spans many departments at Stanford.
Here is a brief list of the topic areas appropriate for presentation at BCATS:
Please visit the BITS webpage for more information on Stanford faculty in each of the above areas.
BCATS 2003 Sponsors:
We are currently accepting requests for sponsorships