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The Genomic Revolution:    Implications for Treatment and Control of Infectious Disease
November 10-13, 2005 - Irvine, California

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2005 Program and Audio Presentations

Welcome and Opening Remarks    Overview Presentations
Communication Awards Presentation


Welcome and Opening Remarks

Wm. A Wulf
National Academy of Engineering
Welcome and Opening Remarks

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Harvey V. Fineberg
Institute of Medicine
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Richard N. Foster
W.M. Keck Foundation
Who the Heck was W.M. Keck?
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Robert Waterston
University of Washington School of Medicine
Welcome and Opening Remarks
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Overview Presentations

Gary J. Nabel
National Institutes of Health
Genomics, Structural Biology, and Rational Vaccine Design
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David Relman
Stanford University
Part 1 - Diversity of Human Microbial Pathogens and Commensals / Host-Pathogen Interaction
Part 2 - Diversity of Human Microbial Pathogens and Commensals / Host-Pathogen Interaction

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Mary E. Lidstrom
University of Washington
Team Science


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Deirdre Meldrum
University of Washington
Team Science: The Microscale Life Sciences Center (MLSC)

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Michael Waterman
University of Southern California
Some Roles of Computation in Molecular Biology
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Leonid Kruglyak
Princeton University
Human Genetic Variation
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Robert Cook-Deegan
Duke University
Dual Meaning of Dual Use
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Austin Demby
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Issues from Developing Countries: What are their needs? What are their unique delivery and implementation issues (access, cost, power requirements, transportability, etc.)?
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Bruce Beutler
Scripps Research Institute
Genetic Analysis of Innate Immune Sensing
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Robert Waterston
University of Washington School of Medicine
Human Genome Sequencing at $5,000 a Pop

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Todd Thorsen
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Microsystems
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Communication Awards Presentation

John M. Barry
Book Winner
The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of the Deadliest Plague in History
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Gareth Cook
Newspaper/Magazine/Internet Winner
Science Reporter, The Boston Globe

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Thomas Levenson
TV/Radio Winner
Producer/director/writer of WGBH NOVA's "Origins: Back to the Beginning"
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