Welcome to the 8th Annual Translational and Transformative Informatics Symposium (ATTIS), an event that stands as a cornerstone in the development of biomedical informatics and translational medicine, celebrating the inception of the Systems Pharmacology AI Research Center (SPARC) and the Department of Biomedical Informatics and Data Science (DBIDS) at UAB. Scheduled for Friday, May 3rd, 2024, ATTIS 2024 promises to be an exceptional gathering for professionals and trainees alike.
This year, ATTIS proudly embraces the theme ‘When Drug Discovery Meets AI,’ highlighting the symbiosis between cutting-edge drug discovery and the revolutionary advances in artificial intelligence. We invite trainees and researchers to contribute to this dynamic dialogue by submitting abstracts that reflect the innovative spirit of these fields.
The symposium will feature a rich array of sessions, including a keynote on the transformative impact of AI in drug discovery and focused discussions on therapeutics development and clinical trials. Flashtalk sessions will deliver rapid, compelling insights into groundbreaking research, and the poster session will provide a visual narrative of current scientific investigations.
We are not just hosting a symposium but fostering a collaborative environment where critical discussions and partnerships will shape the future of healthcare. Your participation is key to advancing these discussions.
For registration and additional details, please visit our website at attis24.ubrite.org. ATTIS 2024 is honored to have the support of the Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences (CCTS) as a sponsor. Join us in this pioneering event that is set to inform and inspire.
Jake Y. Chen, Ph.D.
ATTIS ’24 General Chair
Professor of Biomedical Informatics and Data Science
Founding Director, SPARC
UAB School of Medicine.
UAB campus, TBD
The themes for that year were bioinformatics methods, genomics, cancer genomics, single-cell genomics, clinical genomics, epigenomics, cloud computing, bioinformatics education and relevant applications.
The themes for that year were “bioinformatics applications”, by focusing on scientific findings and how they were enabled with bioinformatics and functional genomics techniques including genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, epigenomics and various applications of next-generation sequencing.
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