Bio-IT World Conference and Expo

Apr 16-18, 2019 | Boston, Massachusetts

Bio-IT World strives to clear the air with in-depth technical presentations in 17 tracks,

education opportunities at 14 workshops, three expert-judged awards programs, and

countless face-to-face conversations with the people you want to meet. When 3,400+

attendees from 40+ countries come together at the 2019 Bio-IT World Conference &

Expo, it won’t be a conversation you can afford to miss.

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Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) Global 2019 Congress on Molecular Pathology

May 16-18, 2019 | Hong Kong, China

A multi-disciplinary scientific programme showcases molecular technology with clinical

applications in oncology (solid tumours, hematopathology), genetics (congenital,

heritable), and infectious diseases.

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Sequencing, Finishing, and Analysis in the Future (SFAF) Meeting

May 21-23, 2019 | Santa Fe, New Mexico

An annual meeting dedicated to bringing together experts in the genomics field—

including representatives from the industries that serve this specialized

scientific community.

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Big Data in Precision Health

May 22-23, 2019 | Stanford, California

The Big Data in Precision Health Conference will be held at the Li Ka Shing

Center for Learning and Knowledge on the Stanford University campus.

Combining leading-edge medicine, technology and architecture, the center’s

conference facilities enable experts from around the world to bring their

expertise to bear on the great health challenges of our time.

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Variant Effect Prediction Training Course (VEPTC) 2019

May 29-31, 2019 | Moscow, Russia

Since the first VEPTC in 2016, The Human Variome Project (HVP) has held yearly training courses in Variant Effect Prediction as part of its mission to build capacity in the practice of responsible genomics and contribute to improving global health outcomes.

This year, QIAGEN is attending and will present an interactive workshop on how to classify NGS variants and summarize relevant findings into one report. Guided by Dr. Ruth Burton, a clinical applications specialist at QIAGEN, this session will provide hands-on opportunities to analyze and interpret real NGS data with several of QIAGEN’s clinical informatics solutions.

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