International conference on applied genomics

August 8, 2003

Brussels, 07 Aug 2003

The international conference on applied genomics will be held from 1 to 4 October in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The event aims to bring together the various biomedical and clinical disciplines involved in, and affected by, the genomics revolution, in order to review the latest developments in the field. Furthermore, the conference will aim to prepare participants for the translation of genomics from the research laboratory into routine patient management.

Since the conference will focus on translational genomics in oncology, it will be of particular interest to pathologists, medical oncologists and other clinicians involved in the management of cancer patients.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http://www.nddo.org/page_include_istg200 3.shtml

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