Each year the CCB organizes and sponsors a number of focused symposia and research retreats. These events provide a comprehensive arsenal of materials to train investigators both on the theory and philosophy of computational biology, as well as the specific applications of software developed as part of our program.

NIH Roadmap
National Centers for Biomedical Computing
2006 All Hand Meeting
NIH Campus, Behtesda, MD
Lister Hill and Natcher Conference Centers
July 17-19
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2006 SIAM Conference on Brain Segmentation
The CCB is organizing and sponsoring a symposium at the 2006 SIAM Conference on Imaging Science, May 15-17, 2006 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The symposium is entitled “Mathematical Methods and Tools for Volumetric Brain Segmentation”. More

CCB/SIAM Symposium on Mathematics for Brain Imaging
In the last few years, more and more mathematical knowledge has been introduced to brain imaging research. This two-section intensive symposium will focus on mathematical and computational techniques that can be applied to brain images to measure, map and model brain structure and function. Experts who are pioneers in medical image analysis and mathematicians will describe the mathematics and computational algorithms used in brain imaging today and emerging research directions. Talks will be of interest to newcomers and experts in computational biology. More