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Bioinformatics has revolutionized the growth in the scale and complexity of biological data of the healthcare industry. Recent developments in the strategies and technologies like Big data, NGS and MicroArrays, has changed the pace and driven the industry of genomics and molecular medicine towards commercially viability and impromptu outcomes

Genomics & Molecular Medicine - Bioinformatics Congress to be held on 9th and 10th October 2017 in London, UK aims to bring leading-edge research on new technologies and techniques for processing, analyzing, and modeling of data and information in the area of genomics and molecular medicine.

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CategoryCost
Academic Delegate£299
Industry Delegate £550
Solution Provider Delegate£995

Agenda

Key Highlights:

  • Cloud computing application
  • COBRA for genotypic and phenotypic analysis
  • Data analysis and interpretation
  • Molecular docking and protein modeling for drug discovery
  • Computational methods for T-cell identification
  • Next generation sequencing for genome analysis
  • Big data for large data storage
  • Data mining and RNA-seq analysis
For more information on the agenda of the conference, you can write to us at events@marketsandmarkets.com

Who Should Attend ?

From pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies, computational biology, system biology and bioinformatics laboratories and research institutes:

VP, Director, COO, CSO, Scientist, Investigator, Professor, Scientific director, Project manager, Head of department, Software specialist working in:

  • Computational biology
  • Disease modeling & bioinformatics
  • Drug discovery & bioinformatics
  • Genetics
  • Metabolomics
  • Protein engineering
  • Drug development & bioinformatics
  • Computer science
  • Life science
  • Biomedical engineering
  • Bioinformatics
  • Systems biology
  • Metabolic engineering
  • Proteomics
  • Oncology
  • Molecular biology

Advisory Panel

  • Dr. Jens Koopmann 
    Associate Director 
    Medimmune,UK

  • Prof. Andy Brass 
    Professor, Bioinformatics
    University of Manchester, UK

SPEAKERS

  • Simon Forbes

    Head of COSMIC, Sanger Institute, UK
  • Umar Niazi

    Senior Bioinformatician, Kings College London
  • Conor Barry

    Analytical Group Leader / Quality Officer, Spirogen, UK
  • Paul Smith

    Director of Science, OncoTherics Limited
  • John Hancock

    ELIXIR-UK Node Coordinator, Earlham Institute, UK
  • Jens Koopmann

    Associate Director, Medimmune, UK
  • Prof. Michael J E Sternberg

    Director, Centre for Integrative Systems Biology and Bioinfomatics (CISBIO), UK
  • Edoardo Missiaglia

    Head of the Molecular Diagnostic Unit, Institute of Pathology, CHUV, Switzerland
  • Prof. Yonghong Peng

    Professor of Data Science , University of Sunderland, UK
  • Prof. Graham Ball

    Professor of Bioinformatics, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Owen Lancaster

    Bioinformatics and Epidemiology Analyst, Public Health England, UK
  • Prof. Mette M Rosenkilde

    Head of Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Liliana Greger

    Head of Bioinformatics, Mission Therapeutics, UK
  • David Cook

    Chief Scientific Officer, Blueberry Therapeutics, UK
  • Lori Snyder

    Associate Professor in Biotechnology, Kingston University, UK
  • Sebastian Tourlet

    Director, Translational Bioinformatics, Ipsen Pharma, France
  • Edgar Jacoby

    Senior Principal Scientist, Molecular Informatics, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Belgium
  • Pedro Carmona-Saez

    Bioinformatics Head, Genyo-Pfizer, Spain
  • Daniel Muthas

    Computational Biologist, AstraZeneca, Sweden
  • Geoffrey J Barton

    Professor of Bioinformatics and Head of Computational Biology, University of Dundee, Scotland
  • Peter Holmans

    Professor Biostatistics, Cardiff University
  • Sonali Quantis

    Director, Computaional Biology, GSK
  • Mats Sundgren

    Principal Scientist, Astrazeneca R&D, Sweden
  • Dr. David Fergusson

    Head of Research Services, University of Edinburgh, UK
    

SPONSORS

Sponsor


RepositiveRepositive
Genetic research is often delayed due to difficulties finding relevant DNA data. Finding the right data source is difficult and time-consuming. At present researchers might commonly spend 6 months locating and gaining access to data.

Repositive is a community-driven genomic data discovery portal which provides a secure and easy-to-use platform for users to find, access, share and request data from our worldwide community. Quicker access to DNA data and data sharing collaboration can generate better research, faster research discoveries and help save lives.



MarketsandMarkets provides a variety of direct and indirect marketing and networking opportunities for sponsors and exhibitors. 

Exhibiting

All refreshment breaks and lunches take place in the main exhibition ensuring that exhibitors enjoy maximum time to meet and network with senior level attendees. 

Speaking and Workshop Opportunities

  • 15 minute small company showcase presentations.
  • 30 minute presentations on the main conference programme.
  • 25 minute satellite symposiums.
  • 60 minute presentation / workshop on the main conference programme.


Please enquire for pre and post events workshop options. 

Pre-arranged One-on-Meetings

Prearranged one-on-one meetings ensure that you have personal time with your choice of delegates. Twenty minute meetings take place during refreshment breaks. Full delegate profiles are provided prior to the conference to ensure that onsite, you meet with relevant delegates who are truly interested in your products and services. Meetings can take place on your exhibition or in your own private meeting area. 

Pre-event Support

MnM Conferences provide full service pre-event marketing and branding support. Opportunities available include: 

  • Your logo and company description on the event website.
  • Your logo on all marketing materials as a sponsor.
  • Pre-event email shots to attending delegates to increase your onsite exposure.
  • Articles about your products and services in our monthly event newsletter.

 For sponsorship opportunities please contact us at events@marketsandmarkets.com

Posters

All Poster presentations will take place in breaks and alongside the breakout sessions of the congress.  All the presentation will be displayed in a dedicated area along with accepted posters from both industry & vendor delegates.

To present a poster the presenter should be registered as a delegate and the poster space will be assigned on a first come first basic (Subjected to successful registration & space availability)In order to present a poster at the forum you need to be registered as a delegate.

Please note that there is limited space available and posters space is assigned on a first come first served basis (subject to checks and successful registration).

Posters should be presented as A0 or US equivalent, size E (841mm x 1189mm or 34 x 44 inches respectively) in portrait orientation.

Poster presentations are available to registered delegates only.

For further details and requirements please contact:

Email: events@marketsandmarkets.com

Posters Submission Form

 
  

SUPPORTING ASSOCIATIONS

DNA Digest

DNAdigest

DNAdigest
 is a non-profit organisation founded in 2013 in Cambridge, UK. The objectives of DNAdigest are to educate, facilitate, and engage on issues regarding access to genomic data for research. DNAdigest organises symposia, hackdays, issues a newsletter and publishes a blog (dnadigest.org/news). 
DNAdigest is a community of individuals from diverse backgrounds who all want to see data used to its full potential for the benefit of patients. DNAdigest is part of the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (https://genomicsandhealth.org)


UK - PGxUK Pharmacogenetics and Stratified Medicine Network

The Pharmacogenetics and Stratified Medicine Network develops multidisciplinary partnerships between academics, clinicians, industry partners and regulators with patients, to promote the use of stratified medicine in the clinic. 
Through the Network groups of experts from academia, the healthcare sector, regulatory organisations and patient groups have the opportunity to collaborate to analyse patient samples, and interpret their data to stratify patients into the subcategory of their disease, then identify novel drug target sites and develop the much needed new drugs and diagnostics to make stratified medicine a reality in the clinic.


BioPartner UKBioPartner UK

BioPartner UK is an independent, accredited trade organisation, promoting international partnering for trade, investment and collaborations with UK Life Science companies. BioPartner's delegations promote the UK presence at major international biopharma conferences, and companies are assisted with access to government grants and heavily discounted entry fees. Through the BioPartnership Programme, members receive extra benefits and support to effectively trade overseas.

 


Science Marketplace

Science Marketplace

Science Marketplace is a free platform which aims to facilitate all sorts of scientific exchanges including collaborations, services, jobs, studentships and conferences. In other words, to provide an online marketplace for scientists of all fields.  Please post your expertise to establish new collaborations, showcase your company or university services, advertise jobs, conferences, etc.

Venue

For more information on the venue of the conference, you can write to us at events@marketsandmarkets.com