Post Date: September 3, 2021
Precision Genomics Midwest – cancelled due to COVID in 2020 – returns Oct. 8 with a line-up of thought leaders in the field.
Keynote speaker Evan Eichler, PhD, Professor and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator Department of Genome Sciences, University of Washington School of Medicine, will talk on Long-Read Assembly of Complex Structural Variation: Disease & Evolutionary Implications.
Researchers, clinicians and others who work in the ‘omics of health and disease in the field will tune in virtually to hear topics related to:
Since 2017, Precision Genomics Midwest (PGM) has grown into the region’s premier genomics conference and the only one in the area focused exclusively on all aspects of genomics, including scientific research, clinical translation, pharmacogenomics, and bioethics.
Learn more about our speakers and register for free at www.cincypgm.com. Early registrants will receive a “Goody Box” filled with information and trinkets from our vendors.
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