Our Next Generation Sequencing conferences have traditionally taken research based Next Generation Sequencing applications and brought them into a clinical diagnostics theme so that groups from both backgrounds can discuss new areas of collaborations and network together.Find out more »
NGS 2015 Glasgow, the fourth biannual UK Next Generation Sequencing Conference from Biotexcel, took place on 22nd & 23rd April and was preceded by a one day NGS Bioinformatics Workshop on 21st April. This event came in partnership with the NHS West of Scotland Genetics Service and the University of Glasgow’s Polyomics research facility and will be held in the heart of Glasgow city centre.Find out more »
The third annual Next Generation Sequencing Conference in Sheffield took at Halifax Hall, Sheffield University on 18th & 19th November 2015 and it was in partnership with the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Sheffield.
DNA helix against the colored backgroundThis year’s event brought together leading genomics researchers and clinicians who use Next Generation Sequencing in the analysis or diagnosis of human diseases. Speakers discussed their latest genomic research in rare diseases and cancer as well as specific application areas such as Exome/Genome Sequencing, RNA Seq, Epigenetics and analysis of limiting sample amounts.Find out more »
Circulating Biomarkers 2015 Glasgow Conference took place on 30th September & 1st October 2015 in Partnership with the Institute of Cancer Sciences, University of Glasgow. Around 120 attendees joined us and enjoyed 2 days of:
DSC_0369Networking activities – Interesting lectures about emerging biomarkers for disease monitoring and drug development – Discussions on the latest research and on the role of liquid biopsies to aid in early disease diagnosis In just the last year circulating biomarkers have gained traction as a cutting edge technology for drug development and medicine.Find out more »
This second annual NGS 2015 Nordic Conference took place at the Medicon Village in Lund and was organised in partnership with the Lund University Cancer Centre.
theatre-600x334The conference focussed on the use of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies and tools to look at human disease whether in a research or a clinical setting.Find out more »