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CAMDA 2000 Conference Best Presentation
CAMDA ’00 was held on December 18 and 19, 2000 Duke University Medical Center's Love Auditorium, in the Levine Science Research Building on Research Drive.. Attended by 175 biologists, statisticians, computer scientists and mathematicians from many countries. At the conference, 32 papers were presented both orally and in poster form with discussions throughout the conference on the merits and drawbacks of each approach. Each author was called upon to defend his or her approach with questions from the audience after each presentation which prompted lively discussion about the strengths and weakness of each method. Aside from the questions on statistics, discussion  ranged from data normalization, data integration, to detection of cross-hybridation. At the end of the conference, attendees voted on a “Best Presentation” and with additional input from the Scientific Committee the award was given to:

Using Non-parametric Methods in the Context of Multiple Testing to Determine Differentially Expressed Genes
Gregory Grant, Elisabetta Manduchi, Christian Stoeckert

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