Festival of Genomics London
- Start Date:
- Tuesday, 30 January, 2018
- End Date:
- Wednesday, 31 January, 2018 5:00pm
- Health & Nutrition
After the success of our London Festival in 2017, we are now raring to go once more. We will return to our hometown for the third Festival of Genomics London on the 30th & 31st January 2018. We've got some good news... registration is now open for you to secure your FREE Festival Pass. Register online at http://www.festivalofgenomicslondon.com/evvnt using promotion code SM5 The Festival is for anyone generating, using, or studying genomic information.
We have designed the show to offer insights and value for the full breadth of the genomics community - from academia, biopharma, healthcare organisations, investment firms, patient organisations and solution providers. Our numerous stages will be packed with presentations and panels from some of the industry's most influential figures and prestigious organisations. In 2018 we will hone in on discussion topics such as: Cancer genomics, cardiovascular health, clinical genomics, CRISPR, drug development, enabling data, genetic counselling, immuno-oncology, implementation of genomics in the clinic, infectious diseases, patient engagement and much more.
If you're using genomics to drive forward R&D, drug development or the diagnosis and treatment of disease then the Festival is the place to get inspired and informed. Join us on our mission to deliver the benefits of genomics faster! Use promotion code SM5 to register for free at http://www.festivalofgenomicslondon.com/evvnt Event Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.orgPriceFestival Pass: GBP 0Artists / Speakers: Andrew Morris Director of Health Data Research UK, Ian Hudson CEO of MHRA, Anna Middleton Head of Society and Ethics of Wellcome Genome Campus, Munir Pirmohamed David Weatherall Chair of Medicine and NHS Chair of Pharmacogenetics from University of Liverpool, Paul Agapow Team leader Translational Medicine from Imperial College London, Ruth March Senior VP and Head of Precision Medicine and Genomics from AstraZeneca, Ann Daly Professor of Pharmacogenetics from Newcastle University, Eran Elhaik Lecturer from The University of Sheffield
Royal Victoria Dock,
1 Western Gateway,
Conference organized by Front Line Genomics