Register early to ensure your place in this program. After you register, your confirmation letter will be faxed to you within one business day and also mailed to you in five business days.

If you register ten working days or less before the program begins and are paying by check, please bring payment with you on the first day of the program.

If you are paying by credit card and are emailing your registration form to us, we will need your signature authorizing payment upon arrival at the conference.

Registration Fees:

  • Early (until November 7, 2001): Commercial-$695, Academic/government-$445, Student/Post Doc-$245

    Late: Commercial-$795, Academic/government-$545, Student/Post Doc-$345
The registration fee for students has been kept low thanks to the generous contributions of our sponsors.

The registration fee includes conference materials, welcome reception, coffee breaks, 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 2 dinners provided by Sheraton hotel chefs for the whole conference time.

To Register:

ONLINE - Georgia Tech's Continuing Education Department is handling online registration. Follow this link and click on the green "Register Now" button next to "In Silico Biology : Bioinformatics After Human Genome" to go to the registration form.


FAX your registration form along with your credit card information to: (404) 894-8925. This line is available 24 hours a day.


CALL (404)385-3501 between 9:00am and 4:00pm, Eastern time. Please have your credit card and your registration form filled out to aid in this process.


MAIL your registration form via Postal service to:

  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    PO Box 93686
    Atlanta, GA 30377-0686


SEND your registration form via courier service to:

  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    Continuing Education - R
    613 Cherry Street
    Atlanta, GA 30332-0385 USA


E-MAIL your registration form to:

Further contact information:


Phone: (404) 894-2400

Fax: (404) 894-8925

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