Conference Program

APBC 2016 will be a three-day conference with keynote speeches, oral presentation sessions, poster sessions, and exhibition opportunities.

More details of the conference programs are to be announced.

Monday, January 11th, 2016

8:30AM - 9:00AM

Opening Remarkts

9:00AM - 10:00AM

Keynote Presentation:

Finding the footprints of evolutionary adaptation in the human genome

10:00AM - 10:25AM

Coffee Break

10:25AM - 12:30PM

Session 1: Genetic Evolution

Session 2: miRNA analysis:

Computation of Hybridization Networks on Realistic Phylogenetic Trees

The Modularity and Dynamicity of miRNA-mRNA Interactions in High-Grade Serous Ovarian Carcinomas and the Prognostic Implication

Algorithms for Pedigree Comparison

Identification of miRNA-mRNA regulatory modules by exploring collective group relationships

A maximum-likelihood approach for building cell-type trees by lifting

c-Myc and viral cofactor Kaposin B co-operate to elicit angiogenesis through modulating miRNome traits of endothelial cells

Genomic Duplication Problems for Unrooted Gene Trees

Identification of microRNA precursor based on gapped n-tuple structure status composition

DTL-RnB: Algorithms and Tools for Summarizing the Space of DTL Reconciliations

Missing value imputation for microRNA expression data by using a GO-based functional similarity measure

12:30PM - 1:30PM

Lunch Break

1:30PM - 2:30PM

Second Keynote Speaker

2:30PM - 2:50PM

Coffee Break

2:50PM - 4:30PM

Session 3: Genomic and Optimization

Session 4: Protein Function (I)

Identifying micro-inversions using high-throughput sequencing reads

SOHSite: incorporating evolutionary information and physicochemical properties to identify protein S-sulfenylation sites

Locating rearrangement events in a phylogeny based on highly fragmented assemblies

PredRSA: A Gradient Boosted Regression Trees Approach for Predicting Protein Solvent Accessibility

Codon Context Optimization in Synthetic Gene Design

A new scheme to discover functional associations and regulatory networks of protein ubiquitination

Mapping the genomic architecture of adaptive traits with interspecific introgressive origin: A coalescent-based approach

Incorporating two-layered machine learning method with substrate motifs to identify lysine ubiquitination sites

4:30PM - 6:00PM

Poster Session I / Sponsor Exhibit (Complimentary Hors d'oeuvre and drinks will be served)