Genomics & Personalized Medicine Conference planned for Dec. 17
Nov. 15, 2012 College News - The Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin (CTSI) is sponsoring a conference entitled, Genomics & Personalized Medicine – Analysis and Clinical Implementation, on Monday, Dec. 17, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Marquette University Alumni Memorial Union. The overall focus of the conference is to facilitate inter-institutional and interdisciplinary research collaborations.
The advanced technologies and capabilities involved in the generation of individual genomic data are rapidly ushering the medical sciences toward exciting new possibilities regarding personalized medical care and preventative medicine. However, this is a complex multi-faceted issue. The most effective and productive path for researchers, health care providers and patients is not immediately obvious.
Covered topics will include:
New Sequencing Technologies Data Analysis
Managing Massive Datasets Data Knowledge
Translating Data into Knowledge Clinical Implementation
Translating Knowledge into Clinical Research and Patient Care
The conference will feature a series of plenary session talks, breakout sessions and a lunch time presentation on science education and genomics.
Additional information is available on the conference page of the CTSI Web site. You can also contact Scott Belanger, 955-2204 or email@example.com.