The National Genomics Infrastructure invite you to attend the large scale human genome sequencing symposium at Science for Life Laboratory in Stockholm. The symposium aims to bring together researchers, clinicians and engineers involved in human genome sequencing to spread knowledge and favor further development of the field.
We are pleased to present a half-day of outstanding speakers in various topics covering the latest developments, including keynotes from invited speakers engaged in some of the largest genome sequencing projects in the world. The symposium concludes with drinks, refreshments and posters where participants can interact more informally and meet with NGI and Illumina representatives to discuss project ideas and new exciting opportunities. PhD students are encouraged to participate with posters.
Date: April 23rd, 2015
Place: Gardaulan, Nobels väg 18 (at the Public Health Agency across the street from Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm)
Time: 12.45 – 17.00
For more information please contact Sverker Lundin, sverker.lundin@localhost
More info and program in PDF: SymposiumFlyer
The symposium is free of charge but registration is binding.
Last day for registration is April 17.
The symposium is sponsored by Illumina.
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