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  • Join us at BGI's ICG Americas 2012 - A Rare Gathering of Genomics Industry Luminaries

    On behalf of BGI and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), it gives us great pleasure to invite you to attend ICG Americas 2012, the first annual International Conference on Genomics to be held in the U.S.!

    Scheduled for September 27 to 28, 2012 in Philadelphia, PA, the conference will be modeled after BGI’s International Conferences on Genomics held annually in China since 2006 and regarded as one of the top gatherings to feature recent developments in genome sciences. With international thought leaders among its keynote speakers and panelists, as well as breakout sessions on human, plant and animal genomics research, ICG Americas aims to promote research in basic and applied genomics and lay the foundation of a new approach to sequencing and bioinformatics.

    The preliminary program is now available. Click here to see our current line-up of dynamic presentations from global industry thought leaders, prominent researchers and top policy makers. Learn about the growing application of next-gen sequencing and advanced bioinformatics in agricultural breeding for enhanced global food production, evolution and diversity studies, biofuel development, drug discovery, and disease research.

    Additional highlights include a private tour of the new BGI@CHOP Joint Genome Center and an evening of world-class dining, networking with industry luminaries and live entertainment at the Penn Museum.

    REGISTER NOW and save $200! Early-bird special ends May 31st!

    CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Submit an abstract by July 15 to be considered for the Poster Session as well as a chance to present as the ICG Americas 2012 Abstract Winner!

    We hope to see you there!

    Lucy Phan
    Program Coordinator
    [email protected]
    www.icgamericas.org
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    Last edited by lphan; 04-12-2012, 01:00 PM.

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