SPUG: Bio-Informatics Interest Group Forming

Tim Maher tim at consultix-inc.com
Thu Sep 26 11:48:45 CDT 2002

[I'm posting this message for Eric Olson. -C]

Announcing the first meeting of array(bio) a biology and computing 
interest group.

October 8, 2002, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
University of Washington, Rosen Center

Mission Statement

array(bio) provides a forum for biologists, software developers and 
business people to network and exchange information about the emerging 
field of bioinformatics. Our meetings cover topics of general interest 
to the creation and development of software tools for biological discovery.

First Meeting

Our first speaker is Dr. Steve Schmechel.  Dr Scmechel  is a Research 
Fellow from the University of Washington Department of Pathology. Steve 
will be discussing the role of microarrays in developing diagnostics for 

Steve is Research Fellow, Department of Pathology at the University of 
Washington Medical Center. He has 10 years of training in medicine and 
clinical pathology. Steve received his undergraduate degree from Carroll 
College, doctoral degrees from the University of Minnesota, and 
specialty training in clinical pathology from the University of Washington.

array(bio) is grateful for the support of the following organizations:

Info.Resource, Inc.
Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association
Washington Software Alliance

For more information, please visit


Or contact

Dr. Eric Olson
VizXLabs, LLC.
Phone: 206.336.5549
E-mail: eric at vizxlabs.com

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