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   * The **Hi-Res Cancer Data Integration Challenge** presents clinical and matched molecular profiles, with read level data for individual genomes. Explore non-standard genomes and splicing events for better prognosis. /* in a range of cancers (breast, kidney, neck, lung). */   * The **Hi-Res Cancer Data Integration Challenge** presents clinical and matched molecular profiles, with read level data for individual genomes. Explore non-standard genomes and splicing events for better prognosis. /* in a range of cancers (breast, kidney, neck, lung). */
   * The **CMap Drug Safety Challenge** presents clinical toxicity results, cellular and molecular responses to hundreds of drugs. Compare and integrate a range of cell line assays to predict the severity of the drug induced liver injury in humans. /*from cell expression and imaging assays extended by chemical structures.*/   * The **CMap Drug Safety Challenge** presents clinical toxicity results, cellular and molecular responses to hundreds of drugs. Compare and integrate a range of cell line assays to predict the severity of the drug induced liver injury in humans. /*from cell expression and imaging assays extended by chemical structures.*/
-  * The **Metagenomic Geolocation Challenge** presents thousands of city microbiome profiles in context of climate data. Construct multi-source microbiome fingerprints and predict the ecological niche or exact geographical origin of mystery samples.+  * The **Metagenomic Geolocation Challenge** presents thousands of city microbiome profiles in the context of climate data. Construct multi-source microbiome fingerprints and predict the ecological niche or exact geographical origin of mystery samples.
  
 Leading scientists present their best methods and analyses in talks, complemented by poster sessions. **Papers** based on the [[call_for_papers|submitted]] extended abstracts are published in the open access, fully indexed [[http://www.biomedcentral.com/collections/camda|conference proceedings]] at //[[https://biologydirect.biomedcentral.com/|Biology Direct]]//. Leading scientists present their best methods and analyses in talks, complemented by poster sessions. **Papers** based on the [[call_for_papers|submitted]] extended abstracts are published in the open access, fully indexed [[http://www.biomedcentral.com/collections/camda|conference proceedings]] at //[[https://biologydirect.biomedcentral.com/|Biology Direct]]//.
PAST KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Atul Butte, MD, PhD
Atul Butte, MD, PhD
Stanford University School of Medicine

Nikolaus Rajewsky, PhD
Nikolaus Rajewsky, PhD
Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine

Terry Speed, PhD
Terry Speed, PhD
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research

Sandrine Dupoit, PhD
Sandrine Dudoit, PhD
University of California, Berkeley

John Quackenbush, PhD
John Quackenbush, PhD
Harvard School of Public Health

Eran Segal, PhD
Eran Segal, PhD
Weizmann Institute of Science

John Storey, PhD
John Storey, PhD
Princeton University

Chris Sander, PhD
Chris Sander, PhD
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Temple F. Smith, PhD
Temple F. Smith, PhD
Boston University

Curtis Huttenhower, PhD
Curtis Huttenhower, PhD
Harvard School of Public Health

Christopher E. Mason, PhD
Christopher E. Mason, PhD
Weill Cornell Medicine

Lodewyk Wessels, PhD
Lodewyk Wessels, PhD
Netherlands Cancer Institute

Cesare Furlanello, PhD
Cesare Furlanello, PhD
Fondazione Bruno Kessler

IMPORTANT DATES
Extended Abstract Proposals due11 May 2020
Notification of Accepted Contributions21 May 2020
Early Registration Closes11 Jun 2020
CAMDA2020 Conference13–14 Jul 2020
ISMB 2020 Conference12–16 Jul 2020
Full Paper Submission 15 Oct 2020
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