|Call for||Submission Deadline||Notification of Acceptance|
|Papers||June 11||July 15|
|Highlights||June 11||July 15|
|Posters||June 11||July 7|
|Late-break Posters||July 31||Aug 7|
The 14th ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics (ACM-BCB) is the flagship conference of the ACM SIGBio. The 2023 ACM-BCB conference is the premier conference that is dedicated to promoting No-Boundary Thinking to address science challenges with broad participation and frontier research linking computer science, artificial intelligence, mathematics, statistics, biology, medicine, bioinformatics, and biomedical and health informatics.
ACM-BCB focuses on the grand challenges for life science, bioscience and human health by showcasing leading-edge research on new technologies, methods, and tools around the processing, integration, analysis, mining, retrieval, interpretation, and presentation of data and determine how to transform data into meaningful information and actionable knowledge, with the aim of defining problems as well as solving problems in life science, biomedical discovery, public and population health, disease prevention, and healthcare delivery.
In addition to full papers for the proceedings, we are soliciting abstracts for the Highlights Track, based on relevant papers published after January 1, 2023, or papers that are in press at the time of submission and are already available electronically through a journal Website. Presentations will be selected based on the following criteria: impact of the work on the field, likelihood that the presentation will be of general interest for the audience, and relevance of the topic to computational biology or biomedical research.
Authors of accepted abstracts for the Highlights Track are expected to register for the conference and present their work.
Interested authors should submit a single PDF document with the following information:
May 31, 2023 June 11, 2023
June 24, 2023 July 7, 2023
Dr. Zhandong Liu, Baylor College of Medicine