Genomics is a fundamental component of personalised medicine, and getting related policy right is essential in the successful delivery of better health.
This event sets out some of the exciting scientific developments driving innovative, personalised healthcare and offers delegates the opportunity to explore selected applications and practical real-world policy issues from multiple perspectives. We also look ahead and ask how society may interact with and influence the use of genomic science and related fields in future healthcare.
Plenary sessions will present case studies on using genomics for diagnosis, treatment and monitoring as well as in reproductive health. The two parallel sessions will spotlight the implications of genomics for infectious disease and for patient data.
Whether your professional activity lies in primarily in business or bioinformatics, patient care or patent law – if you are interested in personalised healthcare and policy, this meeting is for you.
A limited number of free tickets are available to students. Please contact email@example.com for more information. Please note these tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis.