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Biomarkers Europe

Biomarkers Europe

10-11 November 2008
Vienna, Austria

  • Clinical Biomarkers
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Biomarker Assay Development
  • Biomarkers in Clinical Pharmacology
  • Biomarkers for Patient Selection
  • Toxicity Biomarkers
  • ‘Omic’ Biomarkers
  • Regulatory Perspective
  • Mouse Genetics & Genomics: Development & Disease

    Mouse Genetics & Genomics: Development & Disease

    October 29 – November 2, 2008
    Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL)

    One Bungtown Road
    Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724
    516-367-8800

    You are cordially invited to participate in the twenty-first annual meeting on Mouse Genetics & Genomics: Development & Disease, which will be held at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. The meeting will begin with dinner and the first session on the evening of Wednesday, October 29, 2008, and will conclude with lunch on Sunday, November 2. The specific goal of this conference is to bring together a diverse group of scientists studying various molecular and genetic aspects of mammalian development. This meeting is intended to provide a format for the exchange of ideas and information, to discuss the latest research findings and technical advances towards the study of mammalian development and disease.

    Pharmacogenomics NOW

    Pharmacogenomics NOW
    Minimize Risk & Maximize Economic Benefits

    November 5-6, 2008
    Omni Hotel
    Montreal, Quebec

    Sponsored by Cambridge Healthtech Institute

    Pharmacogenomics is being implemented now and is already have an impact in the clinical setting and in healthcare. Employing a pharmacogenomics strategy with marketed drugs can mitigate risk by avoiding adverse events, allowing the identification of patients most likely to benefit from a drug, and thereby improving patient compliance and safety. Tangible benefits of pharmacogenomics and resequencing technologies will be presented, and the value of this approach will be demonstrated. The regulatory perspective will be covered from the US, Europe, and Canada. In the future, a confluence of diagnostic testing, drugs and information will be required to bring new medicines to market. This meeting will show how to apply pharmacogenomics to practice.

    Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis

    Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis
    Deciphering the Sequencing Data Deluge

    September 23-25, 2008
    Rhode Island Convention Center
    Providence, Rhode Island

    As new sequencing platforms are capable of generating gigabytes of data in a single sequence run – leading to terabytes of data in an experiment; data storage, transfer, and analysis will unquestionably be the rate limiting steps in turning the new sequence data into knowledge. CHI’s Inaugural Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis convenes engineers who are developing the sequencing platforms, biological researchers who are designing and running the experiments, biosatiations who are analyzing and interpreting the data, and software developers who are managing and storing the data. Each specialty provides perspectives and must be integrated into a cohesive, comprehensive team to decipher the sequencing data deluge.

    58th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics

    58th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics

    Tuesday, November 11, through Saturday, November 15, 2008
    Pennsylvania Convention Center
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    The Program Committee has developed an exceptional and exciting program that will provide the highest quality scientific and clinical information to address the needs of our diverse audience. The Committee has worked to balance basic, translational, and clinical research with educational and social issues.

    Molecular Genetics of Aging

    Molecular Genetics of Aging

    September 24 – 28, 2008
    Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
    Cold Spring Harbor, NY

    You are invited to participate in the fourth meeting on the Molecular Genetics of Aging, to be held at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, beginning after dinner at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 24, and concluding with lunch on Sunday, September 28, 2008. The meeting will explore the regulation and function of genes and processes that are now known or suspected to control cellular and/or organismic aging.

    MULTIPLEXED GENOMICS TOOLS: TARGETING THE MISSING LINKS BETWEEN HEALTH AND DISEASE

    MULTIPLEXED GENOMICS TOOLS:
    TARGETING THE MISSING LINKS BETWEEN HEALTH AND DISEASE

    September 22-23, 2008
    Rhode Island Convention Center • Providence, RI

    Completing the sequence of human and other genomes will soon elucidate the precise location and base sequence of every gene in a reference genome. This reference allows for rapid characterization of polymorphisms across populations. It also enables molecular fingerprinting technologies to permit identification of the precursors and consequences of normal and pathological changes in gene expression. The challenge facing current biological research is effective matching of the tool to the target. Learn from seasoned and savvy researchers who share their experience and of challenges piecing together the biological puzzle of health and disease at Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s 4th Annual Genomic Tools: Targeting the Missing Links between Health and Disease.

    Molecular Genetics of Bacteria & Phages

    Molecular Genetics of Bacteria & Phages
    Fifty-ninth Meeting

    August 20 – 24, 2008
    Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
    Cold Spring Harbor, NY

    The specific goal of this meeting is to bring together a group of scientists studying diverse aspects of prokaryotic biology using the tools of molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, and structure analysis. The meeting is intended to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information and to discuss the latest research findings and technical advances. We encourage the submission of abstracts covering diverse topics and under-repesented organisms and particularly encourage junior investigators to present their results at the meeting.

    GOT Summit – Getting Optimized Tools for Diagnostics

    GOT Summit – Getting Optimized Tools for Diagnostics

    Sponsored by Cambridge Healthtech Institute

    Conferences:

    Microarrays in Medicine

    Proteomic Sample Preparation

    Genomic Sample Preparation

    Proteomic Tools for Diagnostics

    May 19-21, 2008
    Hilton Boston Logan Airport
    Boston, MA

    Proteomics Europe

    Proteomics Europe

    16-17 October 2008
    Lisbon, Portugal

    Welcome to the 2nd annual Proteomics Europe conference and exhibition.

    This year’s event will take place in the historic city of Lisbon.

    The conference will be co-located with the European Biomarkers Summit and Advances in Metabolic Profiling. Registered delegates will have access to all three meetings ensuring a very cost-effective trip.

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