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  • Next Generation Sequencing Genomic Medicine Applications Summit

    As you are aware, the rapid pace of next generation sequencing technology development is well documented, but now what? How can you be prepared to take the next steps?

    IBC’s Next Generation Sequencing Genomic Medicine Applications Summit, focuses exclusively on showing applications of next-generation sequencing technologies. This conference shows how they are being applied TODAY in both industry and academic applications to impact drug pipelines, accelerate diagnostic development and improve patient care.

    Apply sequencing to improve target-finding and drug/diagnostics development – learn more about:
    • Immunogenetics and next generation sequencing
    • Applications in cancer drug and diagnostic development
    • Non-cancer applications; Strategies for large-scale data integration and analysis

    Learn more at www.IBCLifeSciences.com/sequencing

    Conference Details:
    Next Generation Sequencing & Genomic Medicine Applications Summit
    Integrating Genomic and Clinical Studies to Improve Disease Models, Drug/Diagnostic Development and Patient Care
    August 2-4, 2010 • Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport • Burlingame, CA

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