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User Group Meeting 2004

Preliminary Agenda.

Monday May 10, 2004
12:30 Registration and Welcome Reception
13:30 Welcome and Opening
Daniel Keesman, LION bioscience AG, Germany
13:45 Using SRS to Build a Comprehensive Sequence Annotation Pipeline
Joachim Vogt, GPC Biotech AG, Germany
14:15 SRS Customizations at Organon: The Versatile Character of SRS
Rene van Schaik, Akzo Nobel N.V. Organon, Netherlands
14:45 Applications of Bio-Clinical Informatics – SRS in a Medical Knowledge Management System
Chee Jen Chang, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan
15:15 The EBI's External Services SRS Server
Rodrigo Lopez, EBI, UK
15:45 Break
16:15 Make Drug Discovery More Efficient
Andreas Kremer, Siena Biotech S.p.A., Italy
16:45

Using 3-DPL for Finding Ligand-Target Relationships
Tad Hurst, ChemNavigator, Inc., USA

17:30 Bridging the Gap Between Bioinformatics and Cheminformatics
Thure Etzold, LION bioscience Ltd., UK
19:00 Evening Event and Dinner
Tuesday May 11, 2004
08:30 SRS Highlights
Thure Etzold, LION bioscience Ltd., UK
08:45 The Oracle Technology Behind the SRS Gateway for Oracle
Susie Stephens, Oracle Corporation, USA
09:05 SRS Gateway for Oracle as an SQL Interface to Flat File Data
Ken Griffiths, LION bioscience Inc., USA
09:35 The Integration of GeneSpring and SRS
Neil Ward, Silicon Genetics, UK
09:50 Celera's Customization of SRS and the API
John P. Carnes-Stines, Celera Genomics Inc., USA
10:20 Break
10:40 Running SRS 7 and PRISMA on Linux RedHat 8: Biovitrum's Cluster Challenges
Sarah Hunter, Biovitrum, Sweden
11:10 Bioinformatics Development and SRS: Applications for Micorarray Data Annotation and Disease Gene Discovery
Alessandro Guffanti, IFOM, Italy
11:40 Microsoft .Net - The Information Worker in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Andreas Schulz, Microsoft Deutschland GmbH, Germany
12:10 Enabling Efficient and Secure Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing in Early Drug Discovery
Thomas Hein, LION bioscience AG, Germany
12:40 Lunch
14:00 LION Target Engine: Highlights and Roadmap
Clemens Suter-Crazzolara, LION bioscience AG, Germany
14:15

Pathway & Interaction Networks in LION Target Engine
Andreas Kremer, Siena Biotech Spa, Italy

14:45 Analysis and Annotation of Plant Sequences
Christophe Ketterlé, Biogemma, France
15:15 Successfully deploying Text Mining in the Life Sciences: TEMIS Text Mining Solutions at IPSEN Pharma
Charles Huot, TEMIS, France
15:45 An In Silico Study of Breast Cancer Associated Gene 3 Using LION Target Engine™  and Other Tools
Darryl León, LION bioscience Inc., USA
16:15 Break
16:30 Roundtable Discussion: "Quo Vadis, Bioinformatics?"
17:30 Informal Network & Reception
20:00 Gala Dinner in the Great Hall
Wednesday  May 12, 2004
08:45 Title to be announced
Daylight Chemical Information Systems, Inc., USA
09:15 Cheminformatics Software Supporting the Drug Discovery Process
Yvonne Shimshock, DeltaSoft, USA
09:45 Integrated Pharma Research IT Platform at Bayer HealthCare AG
Michael Haerter, Bayer HealthCare AG, Germany
10:15 LION Lead Engine: Show Case
Manish Sud, LION bioscience Inc., USA and Andrea Schafferhans, LION bioscience AG, Germany
10:45 Break
11:00 SRS 8.0: Making Your Life Easier
LION bioscience Ltd., UK
12:30 Lunch
13:30 SRS Moving Forward - Outlook
Nick Murrall, LION bioscience Ltd., UK
14:00 Wrap Up
Werner Eberhardt, LION bioscience AG, Germany
14:30 End of Meeting
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