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EPIGENETICS: Technology, Tools and Applications of Epigenetic data (21 September 2009, Hinxton)

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Members of academic instutes and commercial companies are invited to a one day workshop organised and hosted by the EMBL European Bioinformatics Institute.

The workshop is focussed on Epigenetics: Technology, Tools and Applications of Epigenetic data.

The purpose of this workshop will be to showcase the importance of Epigenetics in biomedical research.

The venue of the workshop is the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, CB10 1SD .

There is no charge for registration, however, attendance is by registration only. You can register from the link to the registration page at this site:

The closing date for registration is 11th September 2009.

Transportation between Cambridge and Hinxton will be arranged for those wishing to attend and lunch will be provided.

The organising committee for this meeting is:

Stephan Beck (UCL) Dominic Clark (EMBL-EBI) Paul Flicek (EMBL-EBI) Lee Harland (Pfizer Regenerative Medicine, UK) Yaron Turpaz (Lilly Singapore Centre for Drug Discovery)

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