TRANSCRIPTOME 2002: From Functional Genomics to Systems Biology
March 10-13, 2002
Seattle, Washington, USA

Bioinformatics and Genome Sciences

Mark S. Boguski, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA

Never before in the history of biology have we had so much information yet, proportionately, so little knowledge.  New technologies, along with the new genome scale mindset, will be generating even more prodigious amounts of data, not only DNA sequence data but also more complex data from functional genomics and proteomics approaches.  Optimizing interpretation of the combined outputs from "discovery-driven" and hypothesis-driven research represents one of the key challenges and opportunities at this turning point in the biomedical research.

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