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CAMDA 2006 Conference Best Presentation
CAMDA ’06 was held on June 7 - 9, 2006 at Hock Plaza at Duke University. Attended by 65 biologists, statisticians, computer scientists and mathematicians from 4 countries, the conference truly brought together the major players in this field. At the conference, 11 papers were presented orally and 7 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, which prompted lively discussion about the strengths and weakness of each method. Suzanne Vernon from the CDC presented biomarker validation results, which were recieved by the audience with great interest and excitement.  At the end of the conference, attendees voted on a “Best Presentation” and the award was given to:
Integration of Genetic and Genomic Approaches for the Analysis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Implicates Forkhead Box N1

Anja Presson1,2, Eric Sobel1, Jeanette Papp1, Aldons J. Lusis1, Steve Horvath1,3*
Depts. of Human Genetics1, Statistics2, Biostatistics3,  University of California, Los Angeles


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