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Making science work for health: translating genomics

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  • UserSpeakers include Professor Dennis Lo of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Dr Muin Khoury from the CDC Office of Public Health Genomics in Atlanta
  • ClockTuesday 04 December 2012, 09:00-18:00
  • HouseRobinson College, Grange Road, Cambridge, UK.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Rebecca Bazeley.

List of confirmed speakers and online booking at www.phgfoundation.org/15years/conference/

Join us for this ground-breaking conference to explore the future role of genomics and biomedical science in 21st century population health. For an inclusive price of just £65, with full student bursaries available, enjoy a stimulating programme of superb speakers along with opportunities for discussion and networking. Sessions will include:

Genomics and ‘stratified’ populations – opportunities for improving population health; Making it happen – achieving uptake of genomic innovations into mainstream medicine; Future directions – for genomics and health

Featuring keynote lectures from Professor Dennis Lo of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Dr Muin Khoury from the CDC Office of Public Health Genomics in Atlanta, along with a great line-up of other expert speakers.

http://www.phgfoundation.org/15years/conference/

This talk is part of the Translating genomics series.

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