Code of Conduct Australian Bioinformatics And Computational Biology Society Awards ABACBS has established a set of annual awards for bioinformaticians and computational biologists that span all career stages, as well as recognising professional bioinformaticians and contributions to open science.
The nominee must have been a member associate or financial for at least 12 months.She also introduced solutions developed by herself, in the form of a new generation of computational tools allowing efficient and reproducible computation of complex pipeline based analyses. In we have introduced a PhD thesis award nominations are now closed. The essay must not exceed 1, words in length and may include one figure or table. Maria and colleagues have found instability, which may have important consequences for personalised medicine, owing to the growing importance of these methods in treatments relying on personalised genomics analyses. Below is a timeline for the prize selection process. Only theses with examiners reports received within the two years prior to the award application closing date will be considered. Resource development - List any software or other practical resource that you have developed and maintained, or have contributed significant features to.
Candidates must have received examiners reports before applying for this award and have conducted their PhD at an Australian University. Submissions are due before December 3rd19h.
Up to 2 awards will be given each year. Candidates for the award may self-nominate or be nominated by their supervisor. Bioinformaticians working in industry, in support facilities, in research technician roles in laboratories, including pathology and research labs, or other non-academic roles are eligible to apply.
The main criterion will be the scientific merits, judged by an expert panel.