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Subject:

MathWorks seminar:

Using MATLAB for Bioinformatics”

Speaker
:

Shailender

Nagpal
, The M
athWorks Inc.

Date:

Thursday, May

1
9, 2005

Time:

10:3
0 AM

Place:

J202 (light refreshments will be provided)


We are pleased to invite you to attend a free MathWorks seminar: "Using MATLAB for Bioinformatics"
on Thursday, May 19th, 2005 at Southern Polyte
chnic State University, in Marietta, GA. This seminar
will demonstrate the use of the Bioinformatics Toolbox to perform Genomic and Proteomic Sequence
Analysis, Microarray analyze, and Mass Spectrometry and Statistical Learning.



The presentation will inc
lude industry specific examples of how the MATLAB product family is used
as a flexible platform for application development and deployment in biomedical research and product
development. Whether or not you currently use MathWorks products, this is an oppor
tunity to:

-

See an overview of MATLAB and toolboxes

-

View industry
-
specific demonstrations of MathWorks products


The agenda will be as follows:

10:30 a.m.


Registration
(online registration is encouraged)


Please Register at:
http://www.mathworks.com/seminars/spsu

11:00 a.m.


Welcome and Introductions

11:30 a.m.


Genomic and Proteomic Sequence Analysis

12:00 p.m.


Microarray Data Analysis & Visualization

12:30 p.m.

Mass Spectrometry

and Statistical Learning


1:00 p.m.


Questions/Answers and Wrap Up



Biographical s
ketch

of speaker
:

Shailender received a BE from the Manipal Institute of Technology (India) and MS from the University
of Southern California (USC), both in Chemical Engin
eering, with an emphasis on biotechnology. He
received another MS degree in Computational Biology from USC, and continued working there on
several genomics microarray projects. After writing four papers, he moved to the University of
Washington to work wit
h their Structural Genomics group. He used bioinformatics & data mining
techniques for target selection, protein structure determination and improvement of lab processes. He
joined Mathworks in October 2004.






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