Upcoming Important Dates
Call for Conference Participation
Late-Breaking Abstracts Due
March 1st, 2023
Young Scientists Excellence Awards
January 27th, 2023 (EXTENDED)
Student Travel Stipends
January 13th, 2023
GREETING FROM THE MCBIOS PRESIDENT
Greetings, On behalf of the organizing committee, I would like to personally invite you to submit your abstracts for the 2023 annual scientific conference on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence for Genomics and Therapeutics sponsored by the MidSouth Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Society (MCBIOS). The 2023 conference (http://2023.mcbios.com) will take place from March 15th-17th at the University of Dallas. The mission of MCBIOS is to foster networking and collaboration and to promote the professional development of members and supporting our student members.
- Building resilience and sustainability for the organization.
- Providing resources and collaborative opportunities to integrate biological data with advanced technologies.
- Fostering an environment of articulated dialogue with industry stakeholders.
- Providing teaching and learning opportunities to help nurture the next generation of scientists.
Our society-sponsored events, such as the annual conference and the drug discovery and development colloquium continue to attract talented scientists from across the globe who gather together for the sharing of scientific information to advance our understanding in many areas. Abstracts submission information can be found here. Trainees are also encouraged to submit their application for the Young scientist in Excellence Award competition can be found here.
MCBIOS is committed to training young scientists from diverse educational and ethnic backgrounds. Abstracts are due January 27, 2023 and we will also be offering the Young Scientist in Excellence Awards, Poster Awards, and Travel Assistance to trainees. More information about the eligibility, selection criteria, deadlines for these awards and application can be found on the MCBIOS' 2023 conference website. Please also share this with colleagues at your institutions. We look forward to having you join us!!
Inimary Toby-Ogundeji, PhD
President, Mid-South Computational Biology & Bioinformatics Society
Assistant Professor | Department of Biology
Community Assistance Research-affiliated Faculty
University of Dallas | Constantin College of Liberal Arts