Festival of Genomics returns to London to help shape the future of precision medicine
London, UK, 17th December 2018 / Sciad Newswire / In January, the largest genomics event in the UK will return to London for the fourth time. The Festival of Genomics will be held in the Business Design Centre 23rd-24thJanuary 2019.
The event is not only the largest of its kind in the UK, but also the second largest in Europe. Over 10,000 people have now attended the Festival globally over the past 4 years in the UK and the US. It has been host to government announcements, national strategies, international collaborations, and the very best research and technology from healthcare, industry and academia.
This year’s agenda focuses on clinical developments, research, technology, pharma and data, plus additional sessions focused on ROI, business, genetic counselling, genome editing, single cell analysis, machine learning and more. The sessions are designed to address specific research- or business-critical challenges, providing valuable intelligence and information.
Confirmed speakers include Lord James O'Shaughnessy, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department of Health; Sue Hill, Chief Scientific Officer NHS England and Lyn Chitty, Professor, Genetics and Genomic Medicine, Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health as well as many other leaders in the field. For the full list of speakers visit the website.
To register to attend the Festival of Genomics please visit the website.
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About Front Line Genomics
Front Line Genomics is a media company covering the field of human genomics. The group produces the Festival of Genomics series of events and Front Line Genomics magazine, a free periodical offering narrative based coverage on all things genomics, as well as the educational series of Genomics 101 e-books. This is supported by timely news and features published daily on the genomics focused website www.frontlinegenomics.com. Front Line Genomics’ mission is to help deliver the benefits of genomics, faster.