Tuesday, September 19, 2000

10:00  11:00

Terry Speed (University of California at Berkeley)
Overview of Computational Biology for Mathematical Scientists: Molecular biology databases: The blueprint of life

11:15  12:15

Terry Speed (University of California at Berkeley)
Overview of Computational Biology for Mathematical Scientists: Molecular biology databases

1:30  2:30

Terry Speed (University of California at Berkeley)
Overview of Computational Biology for Mathematical Scientists: Sequence analysis of nucleic acids and proteins I: Similarity searches

Wednesday, September 20, 2000

10:00  11:00

Terry Speed (University of California at Berkeley)
Overview of Computational Biology for Mathematical Scientists: Sequence Analysis of nucleic acids and proteins II: Prediction of structure and function

11:15  12:15

Terry Speed (University of California at Berkeley)
Network analysis of molecular interactions

1:30  2:30

Terry Speed (University of California at Berkeley)
Overview of Computational Biology for Mathematical Scientists: Some molecular biology

Thursday, September 21, 2000

10:00  11:00

Timothy Triche (USC / CHLA)
Gene Expression Profiling as Indices of Biologic and Clinical Behavior in Cancer: Comparison of Clustering Methods and Correlating Biological Indicators: Technology & Gene Target ID

11:15  12:15


1:30  2:30


Friday, September 22, 2000

9:00  10:00


11:15  12:15

Terry Speed (University of California at Berkeley)
Overview of Computational Biology for Mathematical Scientists: Image analysis of cDNA microarrays

1:30  2:30

Terry Speed (University of California at Berkeley)
Overview of Computational Biology for Mathematical Scientists: Basic statistical analysis of cDNA microarray data I

Saturday, September 23, 2000

10:00  11:30

Gary Churchill (Jackson Laboratory)
Experimental Design and Data Analysis for Gene Expression Microarrays: Experimental Design

1:30  2:30

Gary Churchill (Jackson Laboratory)
Experimental Design and Data Analysis for Gene Expression Microarrays: ANOVA

Monday, September 25, 2000

10:00  11:00

Christopher Lee (UCLA)
Whole Genome Analysis of Sequence VariationGraph Models of Evidence: Biology of sequence variation  polymorphism among individuals, ribotypes among cells

11:15  12:15

Christopher Lee (UCLA)
Whole Genome Analysis of Sequence VariationGraph Models of Evidence: Biology of sequence variation  polymorphism among individuals, ribotypes among cells

1:30  2:30

Terry Speed (University of California at Berkeley)
Overview of Computational Biology for Mathematical Scientists: Basic statistical analysis of cDNA microarray data II

Tuesday, September 26, 2000

10:00  11:00

Christopher Lee (UCLA)
Whole Genome Analysis of Sequence VariationGraph Models of Evidence: Role of probability in prediction and in computing confidence levels, graphs as a technique for calculating evidence

11:15  12:15

Christopher Lee (UCLA)
Whole Genome Analysis of Sequence VariationGraph Models of Evidence: Role of probability in prediction and in computing confidence levels, graphs as a technique for calculating evidence

1:30  2:30

Roger Brent (Molecular Sciences Institute)
Why Biologists Need Mathematicians I: Themes from Biological Systems

Wednesday, September 27, 2000

10:00  11:00

Roger Brent (Molecular Sciences Institute)
Why Biologists Need Mathematicians II: Types of data  how biological information is gathered.

11:15  12:15

Roger Brent (Molecular Sciences Institute)
Why Biologists Need Mathematicians III: Possible Issues for Mathematicians

1:30  2:30

Terry Speed (University of California at Berkeley)
Overview of Computational Biology for Mathematical Scientists: Classification and discrimination of cell lines using cDNA microarray data
