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ICBO: Call for papers and posters

From: Trish Whetzel <plwhetzel@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2009 17:29:16 -0800
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ICBO, the International Conference on Biomedical Ontologies, will be held in
Buffalo, NY from July 23-26, 2009.  Papers and posters are invited on all
aspects of biomedical ontology.



Important dates:

March 1: Deadline for submission of papers

March 24: Notification of acceptance of papers

April 10: Deadline for submission of posters

April 20: Notification of acceptance of posters

June 10: Deadline for submission of camera-ready copy

July 20-23: Co-located tutorials and classes

July 24-26: ICBO Conference



A number of fellowships will be available to support participation by
students and by early-career researchers (less than 5 years from award of
PhD). To apply for one of these fellowships please submit your CV and
research statement before March 1 to ontology@buffalo.edu.



All accepted papers will be published in a volume of Proceedings to be
distributed at the meeting. In addition, a number of papers will be selected
for further refereeing for publication in the following journals:

- for papers on foundational aspects of ontology: Applied Ontology (IOS
Press)

- for papers on databases and curation: Database: The Journal of Biological
Databases and Curation (Oxford University Press)

- for papers on biomedical ontology: Journal of Biomedical Informatics
(Elsevier)



Details of the ICBO conference and of its co-located tutorials and courses
can be found at http://icbo.buffalo.edu.



Participation in this meeting by women, minorities, and persons with
disabilities is strongly encouraged.
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