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Fourth symposium on the functional genomics of critical illness and injury surviving stress :Organ system to molecula第四届严重疾病和损伤的功能基因组研讨会继续强调:从器官系统到分子)


November 13-14 ,2006


Investigators using genomic and proteomic approaches to study critical illness face major challenges unique to these methods that push the envelope in regards to resources, experimental designs, and data analysis. Investigations in critically ill or injured patients have special requirements related to safety, vulnerability, and privacy, while genomic research itself raises additional ethical considerations. Importantly, this venue is solely focused on the ethical, safe, and scientifically rigorous application of genomic technology to study critical illness and injury. The objectives of these yearly Symposia are three-fold: education, consensus, and collaboration. The first two Symposia provided an educational forum for those interested in new high-throughput technologies, systems biology, computational biology, and bioinformatics. The third Symposium reached consensus on research priorities for applying high-dimensional biotechnologies to the study of critically ill and injured patients. This year’s theme is “Surviving Stress: Organ Systems to Molecules.” Our scientific sessions are dedicated to a range of topics including a systems approach to the biology of stress, an update on pharmacogenomics, and a session that reviews recent progress across a number of multidisciplinary research networks.

Key Registration Date
October 19, 2006 - Registration Deadline

Agenda Update
Invited International Guest Panelists, Network Updates

Symposium Poster (pdf file)

Organizing Committee
J. Perren Cobb, MD
Washington University in St. Louis

Anthony F. Suffredini, MD
Clinical Center, NIH, DHHS

Scott D. Somers, PhD
National Institute of General Medical Sciences, NIH, DHHS

Robert L. Danner, MD
Clinical Center, NIH, DHHS
Peter J. Munson, PhD
Center for Information Technology, NIH, DHHS


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