From Modeling to Engineering Biological Processes

The French American Chamber of Commerce, New England, is happy to announce the following event organized by its partner,


The Office for Science and Technology of the Consulate General of France in Boston

From Modeling to Engineering Biological Processes

European American Innovation Day EAID’08

The Conference Center at Harvard Medical School – Rotunda

77 avenue Louis Pasteur Boston MA 02115

On behalf of the Office of Science and Technology of the Embassy of France and the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control (INRIA), we invite you to attend the 7th annual French-American Innovation Day (FAID), which this year is a European-American Innovation Day on December 3rd, 2008 in Boston, MA.

World-class European and American scientists will tackle contemporary issues in the applications of computational modeling for life sciences.

  • François Fages, INRIA, France
  • Hidde de Jong, INRIA, France
  • Albert Goldbeter, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
  • Miroslav Radman, INSERM Necker and Académie des Sciences, France
  • Hans Westerhoff, Vrije Universitat, The Netherlands
  • Alfonso Jaramillo, CNRS Ecole Polytechnique & Genopole Evry, France
  • Franck Molina, CNRS Sysdiag Montpellier, France
  • Marc Vidal, Dana Farber Cancer Institute Havard Medical School USA
  • James Collins, Boston University, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering USA
  • Laszlo Barabasi , University of Notre-Dame & Harvard Medical School USA
  • Suzanne Gaudet, Harvard Medical School USA
  • Galit Lalav, Harvard Medical School USA
  • John Tyson, Virginia Tech USA
  • Kristala Jones Prather, MIT, USA

The program will provide an in-depth discussion of the current developments of computational models of cells and tissues and their impact on many domains ranging from cell biology to medicine. This meeting will present ongoing research in the USA and in Europe on the modeling of life at the cellular level.

REGISTER NOW for this complementary program, space is limited.

http://www.innovation-france-science.org/eaid/registration_form.htm

For further information and program details, please visit www.france-science.org/eaid/ or contact:

Aline Charpentier
Deputy Scientific Attaché
Office for Science and Technology – Consulat Général of France
31 St James Ave. – Suite 750, Boston, Ma, 02116
+1 617 832 4468

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