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Missouri Informatics Symposium 2015: One Health

The Missouri Informatics Symposium organization committee is pleased to invite you to submit an abstract for a poster for the 4th annual Missouri Informatics Symposium (MIS2015), which will take place on April 27-28 at the University of Missouri–Columbia. This year's theme is "ONE HEALTH: Informatics in Medicine, Veterinary, and Plant Science". All submissions will be acknowledged on receipt.

Big data analytics for informatics applications, clinical informatics, personalized medicine and translational bioinformatics, next generation sequencing data analysis, bioinformatics, health informatics, nursing informatics, geoinformatics, statistics, quantitative research, qualitative research, mixed methods research, or innovative evidence-based projects are eligible for podium or poster presentation.

Missouri Informatics Symposium 2015

Seminar Series

MUII Seminar Presentation

Abu Mosa
MUII PhD Student

Monday, Apr. 20th, 2015
11:00AM-12:00PM

S110 Memorial Union

Faculty Spotlight

MUII Core Faculty

Jianlin Cheng
Associate Professor

Department
Computer Science
Concentration
Bioinformatics
Recent Publications
35 articles since 2010
Current Funding
$8,197,156.00

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