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List of conferences, workshops, and meetings held in Singapore or organized by institutions/associations in Singapore.


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APBC2005
The Third Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Conference Singapore,
17-21 January 2005

The Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Conference series is an annual forum for exploring research, development and novel applications of Bioinformatics.

I2R / APBioNet / AMBIS / NTU/ NUS

LSGrid2005 in Biopolis, Singapore,
5-6 May 2005

Researchers in the field of Life Sciences rely increasingly on information technology to extract and manage relevant knowledge. The complex computational and data management needs of life sciences research make Grid technologies an attractive support solution.

APBioNet

APBioNet Workshop in the GridAsia2006 conferences, Singapore,
16 May 2006

APBioNet organised this preparatory workshop to discuss the formation of APBioNet Nodes in the region and to explain to prospective candidates the various aspects of being a National or Institutional Node.

APBioNet

 1st World Wide Work Flow Grid Workshop,
Singapore,
5-7 June, 2007,

A world wide revolution in information technology can typically be characterized by a powerful synergy among emerging, converging and complementary technologies which are in step with user needs.

 APBioNet

BMS Enterprise Congress
Singapore,
2-3 Jul, 2007

BMS Enterprise 2007 Congress is an exclusive gathering that will bring together senior-level decision makers from healthcare & clinical research, pharmaceutical manufacturing and biologics, medical technology and biotechnology.

AMBIS 

HIMSS AsiaPac07 Conference and Exhibition,
Singapore,
15 - 18 May 2007

Stakeholders across Asia Pacific will gather to exchange knowledge, showcase successful strategies and share practical solutions to healthcare IT challenges.

 AMBIS 

2nd Annual Strategic Healthcare Management,
Singapore,
7-9 May 2007

Provide you with great opportunities to learn from leading Chief Executives from regional healthcare providers who will be sharing with you their success stories and crucial insights into effective healthcare management, patient safety and administrative applications for Healthcare IT.

AMBIS 

28-30 March 2007
Venue: Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore
Description:
Listen to the Latest Developments on Successful Health Informatics Innovations & Technology Deployments, at this 2-day event featuring keynote speakers providing presentations, $The event also includes a One Day Master Class Workshop (30 March)
Health Infotec 2007,
Singapore,
28-30 March 2007
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Adopting New Paradigms in Healthcare Informatics, Innovations & Technology Building Strong Foundations for Quality Patient Focused Care.</td>

AMBIS

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5-day Course in Health Informatics,
Singapore
3, 5-8 Feb 2007

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Coures in application of bioinformatics in health care programmes</td>

AMBIS

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The International Conference on Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Engineering 2006 (ICBPE2006),
Singapore,
11 - 14 Dec 2006

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The International Conference on Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Engineering 2006 (ICBPE2006) will bring together global researchers and scientists from a expanded spectrum of biomedical engineering research that promotes novel methodologies and cutting-edge solutions to meet the emerging healthcare interests.</td>

AMBIS

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Workshop on Machine Learning for BioMedical Informatics 2006,
Singapore,
21 Nov 2006

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Workshop on Machine Learning for BioMedical Informatics 2006 and the Inaugural Meeting of the ISCB-SC RSG of Singapore A 1-day hands-on workshop co-organised by the Association for Medical and Bioinformatics Singapore (AMBIS) Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Network (APBioNet) and the Singapore Regional Student Group, International Society for Computational Biology Students Council (ISCB-SC).</td>

AMBIS

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Healthcare IT: APAC Healthcare IT Leaders Forum,
Singapore,
13 - 14 Nov 2006

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Healthcare IT is a 2-day event providing an unrivalled choice of platform for the gathering of the most influetiall Healthcare IT professionals for exciting cross-industry panel discussions, case studies, presentations and outstanding networking opportunities. Participants will immerse themselves with new technologies, developing trends and regulatory tendencies in healthcare informatics.</td>

AMBIS

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2nd International Healthcare Facilities Exibition and Conference (IHFEC) 2006,
Singapore,
31 August - 2 Sept 2006

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IHFEC 2006 is the only event in Asia with the unique focus on healthcare facilities. It provides the forum for healthcare executives, medica professionals and healthcare providers and suppliers to address the challenges and learn in-depth perpectives of healthcare strategies, review cutting edge innovations and work together in the development of modern integrated healthcare facilities to meet the growing needs in Asia-Pacific.</td>

AMBIS

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Asia Pharmaceutical-Biotech Networking Forum,
Singapore,
17 - 18 July 2006

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This 2-day conference allows you to explore best practices in healthcare management in quality management, transformation and sustainability, technology, knowledge management as well as market opportunities from top regional perspectives in Singapore, Malaysia, India and Thailand.</td>

AMBIS

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UNIX and SHELL Programming tools for BioInformatics,

Singapore,
9-10, 16-17 Feb 2006
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Workshop on UNIX commands and shell scripts for Bioinformatics: LSM2104 TAs and graduate students </td> NUS</td>

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Health Informatics Asia 2004
Singapore,
4 - 6 Oct 2004

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Health Informatics Asia 2004 is the best meeting place for Asia's healthcare decision makers, policy irritable bowel syndrome makers and solution providers to share and discuss best practices in making use of IT to drive healthcare safety, quality and cost-effectiveness. No other event tackles the strategic issues facing healthcare IT practitioners in Asia today with the clarity and depth of Health Informatics Asia. Through regional hospital case studies, exclusive presentations and interactive panel discussions, Health Informatics Asia provides all healthcare IT professionals with quality learning and networking experiences.</td>

AMBIS

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AMBIS Lecture-cum-Tutorial Series 2004,
The Evolutionary Genetics of HIV-1
Singapore,
15 April 2004

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The Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 (HIV-1) accumulates substitutions at a very rapid rate. The variation of HIV-1 within a host is mediated both by genetic drift and selection, population

subdivision and recombination. This workshop aims to address the challenges for population geneticists in the understanding of the variation of varying disease profiles in HIV-1 Infection. Also, the difficulties in the study of rapidly evolving HIV-1 by evolutionary biologists and population geneticists would also be addressed.
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AMBIS

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Bioinformatics Symposium August 2003,
Singapore,
15 Aug 2003

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Bioinformatics Symposium 2003, jointly organised by AMBIS and BIC/Dept of Biochemistry, National University of Singapore, sponsored by KOOPrime Pte Ltd and IBM.</td>

AMBIS / NUS

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BioGRID Computing

Symposium 2001,
Singapore,

26 Oct 2006
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The Computational Grid is an important emerging paradigm for organizing and sharing computing, network, storage and instrument resources in large-scale applications.

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SUN Microsystems / NUS / APBioNet / NTU

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The Computational Grid is an important emerging paradigm for organizing and sharing computing, network, storage and instrument resources in large-scale applications.

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MEGA computing / CRAY / NUS / NTU</td>

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12th Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology RECOMB2008,

Singapore,
30th March - 2nd April 2008</td>

The RECOMB Conference Series was founded in 1997 to provide a scientific forum for theoretical advances in computational biology and their applications in molecular biology and medicine. </td> NUS</td>

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18th International Conference on Genome Informatics GIW 2007,

Singapore,
3rd - 5th Dec 2007
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Genome Informatics Workshop (GIW) is the longest running international bioinformatics conference, which has provided unique opportunities that bridge theory and experiments, academia and industry, and East and West. The scope includes all work that is ultimately devoted to the computational understanding of biological systems on a molecular basis and the aims are to present recent results of both theoretical and practical research, to show new applications, to demonstrate systems, and to indicate directions of future research.</td> NUS</td>

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