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1.
 
PEGS — The Essential Protein Engineering Summit
ID
784740
Dates
25 Apr 2016 - 29 Apr 2016
Location
Boston, MA, United States
Abstract
With record-breaking attendance in 2015, PEGS Boston attracts an international delegation of nearly 2,000 participants including conference delegates, speakers, exhibitors, sponsors and guests representing over 30 countries. Participants value the in-depth short courses, access to 22 conferences, and wide-ranging presentations delivering new unpublished data, case studies, innovation and insight. The vast exhibit hall will be packed with 125 exhibiting companies and more than 200 research posters on display providing valuable viewing of innovative new technologies, as well as abundant networking with biopharma researchers and industry representatives.
Contact
Phone: [7819725400];     Email: chi@healthtech.com
Topics
protein, antibody, oncology, immunotherapy, biotherapeutics, immunogenicity, bioassays
2.
 
FAES-BioTech — BioTech 23 4-Day Flow Cytometry : Principles and Methods
ID
785406
Dates
03 May 2016 - 06 May 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
This four day lecture/laboratory workshop will cover various applications of flow cytometry in basic research. Selected lecture topics will provide a broad background about the functions of a flow cytometer; choice of fluorochromes; data analysis and presentation; technical protocols for flow cytometric procedures and troubleshooting during data acquisition and analysis.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
Basic Setup of Flow Cytometers, Principle of Cell Sorting, Parameters for Sorting, Alternative Separation Techniques (Including Magnetic Bead Separation MACS), Choice of Fluorochromes Depending on the type of Instrument and Application, Parameters of Analysis, Data Analysis and Interpretation, In-depth Discussion of Examples of Various Flow Cytometric Assays (e.g. Cell Cycle Analysis, Cell Activation, Apoptosis, Immunology, Hematology, Biochemistry with Methodical Protocols), Multi-color Analysis (With Special Emphasis on How to Combine Flurochromes and Fluorescence Compensation), Choosing the Right Controls for Data Analysis (Isotype Controls; FMO controls; Blocking with Antibodies), Hands-on Laboratory with 4- and 8-color staining (BD Accuri and MACSQuant Analyzer), Data Workshop, Hands-on Data Analysis with samples From Cell Cycle Analysis, Apoptosis, Multi-Color Surface Staining, Proliferation using Bio-Tracers, Software training: Introduction to FlowJo Cytometry Analysis Software.
3.
 
Biotech and the Law
ID
762453
Dates
05 May 2016 - 07 May 2016
Location
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Abstract
Presented by PINNACLE®, a leader in providing high-quality professional development conferences, the 2016 Biotech & the Law conference brings together the diverse voices of biotech – science, industry, and law – to learn from each other and to build a foundation for mutual success. Preeminent attendees from around the world will converge to facilitate strategic alliances between major actors in the biotech arena through topical presentations, networking opportunities, and unique site visits to technology innovators and influencers. Speakers from the U.S. government, leading research universities, trailblazing businesses, and national law schools will share their expertise on biotech trends in healthcare, environmental science, and agriculture. The experiential, collaborative nature of the conference makes it truly unique.
Contact
Email: info@biotechandthelaw.org
Topics
biotechnology, healthcare, environment, agriculture, intellectual property law, environmental law, continuing legal eduction,
4.
 
PROTSTAB2016 — 11th International Conference on Protein Stabilisation
ID
742626
Dates
09 May 2016 - 11 May 2016
Location
Istanbul, Turkey
Abstract
The 10th International Conference on Protein Stabilisation jointly with the Section of Applied Biocatalysis of the European Federation of Biotechnology.
Contact
Baris BINAY;     Phone: [00902128672500-1084];     Email: binaybaris@gmail.com
Topics
The meeting is dedicated to recent advances in the knowledge on protein stability and in the experimental approaches (molecular, technological and nanomaterial-based strategies) to improve this crucial property. Major topics will be: folding, stability and aggregation, bioinformatics, advanced methods of analysis, methods to improve stability and solubility, supports and reaction media, stability towards industrial application.
5.
 
FAES-BioTech — BioTech 7 5-Day Animal and Human Cell Culture: Method and Applications
ID
785443
Dates
09 May 2016 - 13 May 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
This lecture and laboratory course is structured to provide life scientists who are not experienced in cell culture with an introduction to principles and practices that will facilitate their ability to develop the use of in vitro systems. Additionally, investigators without formal training in tissue culture techniques will find the information and laboratory exercises extremely useful. This workshop is predicated on the application of the most rigorous principles of quality control and will be taught by experienced researchers with extensive years of experience in the field.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
From Donor to Cell Lines: The in vitro environment: Setting up a Tissue Culture Facility, Equipment, Judicious use of Antibiotics, Mycoplasma Effects and Testing, Good Tissue Culture Practices, Cell Line Authentication and Cross Contamination, Nutrients and Plating Surfaces, Experimental Designs; Sources for Tissue Culture, Cell lines and Primary Culture, Adult, Embryonic, and Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Lines, Tissue Culture from Different Species, Normal, Immortalized, Tumor Cell Lines, 3-dimensional Platforms, Cell Engineering, Transient and Permanent Transfections, Expression Constructs, Oligonucleotides, Viral Vectors, and Transductions, Properties of Normal and Transformed Cell, Finite Life Span, Low Density, Clonal Growth, Mutagenesis: Cell Repositories, ATCC, Rutgers, and Coriell Insitute for Medical Research, Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century, Organs on a Chip, and Other Applications of in vitro Techniques. Subculturing Different Cell Lines: Gross Cytology and Cell Counting, Staining, Cell Cycle and Mycoplasma Analysis, Cell Line Authentication, Karyotyping and Chromosome Breaks, Cloning: Cloning by Limit Dilution and Cloning Rings, Plating Efficiency and Colony Forming Assays, Transformed Cells: Growth Patterns, Growth in Soft Agar and Collagen Gels, Cell Purification by Centrifugation and Cell Surface Antibody, Viability Assays, Fluorescent, Apoptotic, MTT, LDH and ATP Assays, Transfection and Transductions, Reporter Assays, Stem Cell Differentiation
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10th Drug Design & Medicinal Chemistry Conference
ID
765224
Dates
11 May 2016 - 12 May 2016
Location
Berlin, Germany
Abstract
We are excited to announce the 10th Drug Design & Medicinal Chemistry Conference, to be held May 11-12, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. This meeting will provide a multi-disciplinary forum for industry and academia colleagues to gather and explore the changing landscape of drug discovery in emerging target classes and chemical biology approaches for discovering new medicines. Leaders in the field will present on hot topics such as protein-protein interactions, overcoming resistance in drug design, allosteric inhibitors, and many more. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet colleagues during dedicated networking sessions and form new connections.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [626-256-6405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
Drug Design, Medicinal Chemistry
7.
 
2nd Kinase Inhibitors Design & Screening Conference
ID
765267
Dates
12 May 2016 - 13 May 2016
Location
Berlin, Germany
Abstract
GTCbio and the Advisory Board would like to invite you the 2nd Kinase Inhibitors Design & Screening Conference. This event takes place May 12-13, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. The conference brings together industry leaders from major pharmaceuticals, biotech companies, and top researchers from academia to provide a timely and critical update on significant kinase inhibitors and to better understand current trends for drug design and screening processes. This meeting’s discussion and presentations will circle around recent developments in allosteric kinase inhibitors, covalent inhibitor strategies, irreversible and RAF inhibitors, mechanisms of kinase inhibitor resistance, and mutation-focused approaches towards kinase inhibition.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [626-256-6405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
Kinase Inhibitors Design, Kinase Inhibitors Screening
8.
 
ISBS — 23rd Annual International STRESS AND BEHAVIOR Neuroscience and Biopsychiatry Conference
ID
723800
Dates
16 May 2016 - 19 May 2016
Location
St-Petersburg, Russia
Abstract
An annual international event gathering scientists and psychiatrists from around the world to share an interest in stress-evoked brain disorders in both humans and animals.

Organized by: International STRESS AND BEHAVIOR Society

Conference language: English

Contact
NA Nutsa;     Phone: [+1 240 899 9571];     Email: isbs.congress@gmail.com
Topics
stress, behavior, neuroscience, psychiatry, biopsychiatry, pharmacology, genetics, anxiety, mental health
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FAES-BioTech — BioTech 57 Selected Topics in Cell and Molecular Biology
ID
785519
Dates
16 May 2016 - 21 May 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
The goal of this six day lecture/laboratory course is to provide graduate-level instruction on molecular and cellular biosciences. The course focuses on critical thinking and problem solving, using a collection of approaches and emphasizing how fundamental, highly-significant biological problems are solved. Focusing on four very distinct areas: stem cells, tissue culture, immunology, and proteomics and informatics, participants will obtain a firm foundation of the theoretical information while enhancing their laboratory aptitude.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
Lecture Topics Principles Underlying Stem Cell Biology, Different Types of Adult Stem Cells, Pluriptotent Stem Cells, Neural Stem Cells, Epigenetics and Stem Cells, Cancer Stem Cells, Introduction to Immunology, The Advantages of Tissue Culture Models, Cell Lines (Clonal vs Heterog­enous), Constituents of Tissue Culture Models (Media, Serum etc.), Facilities For Conducting Tissue Culture, Principles and Considerations Concerning the Room, Hood, Microscopes, Centrifuge; Introduction into Proteomics, Bioinformatics, DNA, RNA and Protein Databases. Laboratory Topics Cell Culture Assays For Hematopoietic Stem Cells, Differentiating Pluripotent Embryonic Carcinoma Cells, Immunocytochemistry for Stem Cell Markers, Harvesting embryonic bodies from P19 cultures for immunocytochemis­try, Introduction to Flow Cytometry, Application of Flow Cytometry for the Analysis of Stem Cell Markers, Observation of Embryoid Bodies From P19 Cultures, ELISA and Western Analysis, Cell Cultures, Health, Confluence, Attachment, Methods for Subculture, Cell Counting, Clonal assays, Literature Searches Using PubMed, Searches of NCBI Resources Using Entrez, Protein Sequence Database Searches, Moving Toward the PDB; BLAST, Computational Biology: From Sequence to Structure
10.
 
Molecular Diagnostics World Summit 2016
ID
758998
Dates
19 May 2016 - 20 May 2016
Location
London, United Kingdom
Abstract
The global molecular diagnostics market is predicted to reach $8 billion by 2018. This market is highly influenced by the raise of infectious diseases such as TB, HIV etc, antimicrobial resistance and other factors. 80% of the market are shared between Europe and America and remaining 20% between Rest of the World. To provide efficient treatment and disease management there is an urgent need for rapid and more efficient diagnostics. In terms of technology PCR based diagnostics are rapidly growing and possess the major market shares. NGS, POC, Microarrays and others form the rest of the market. Molecular Diagnostics market comprises of instruments, reagents, software and end user services which has a great future and growth by 2018. Thus, Molecular Diagnostics World Summit 2016, conference offers a rare opportunity to its participants to understand and learn from top experts in the Molecular Microbiology and Diagnostics field and to share ideas and develop new business collaborations. The conference will also provide a platform to discuss the current vital issues, market assessment, commercialization and globalization.
11.
 
6th Next Generation Sequencing Conference
ID
788054
Dates
25 May 2016 - 26 May 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
We invite you to attend the 6th Next Generation Sequencing Conference, which is part of The Genomics & Big Data Summit and takes place on May 25-26, 2016 in Boston, MA. Next generation sequencing has made it possible to obtain genetic information from biological systems by rapid and inexpensive methods. Therefore, the ability to analyze genomes and protein interactions has been accomplished. Now, the branches of next generation sequencing has expanded to single cell analyses, RNA sequencing approaches, and discoveries in the micrbiome space. The race for faster, cheaper, and higher precision sequencing approaches has been a constant goal for researchers so that there are improved methods in this field. This meeting will provide attendees with a better understanding of developments in new next generation sequencing technologies alongside clinical applications. There will be a focus on medical sequencing for patient characterization in targeted therapies through vast methods like single cell and RNA sequencing. Implications for how diseases should be treated will be discussed through the examination of data produced from reputable assays.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [626-256-6405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
NGS, RNA, DNA, Sequencing
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12.
 
3rd Metabolomics - Advances & Applications in Human Disease Conference — 3rd Metabolomics - Advances & Applications in Human Disease Conference
ID
793096
Dates
25 May 2016 - 26 May 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
GTCbio is proud to present the 3rd Metabolomics - Advances & Applications in Human Disease Conference, which will be part of The Genomics & Big Data Summit and takes place May 25-26, 2016 in Boston, MA.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [16262566405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
13.
 
CRISPR & Genome Engineering Conference — CRISPR & Genome Engineering Conference
ID
793199
Dates
26 May 2016 - 27 May 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
On behalf of GTCbio and the 2016 Advisory Board, you are invited to the CRISPR & Genome Engineering Conference which takes place May 26-27, 2016 in Boston, MA. This meeting is part of The Genomics & Big Data Summit and will bring together an exciting balance of industry and academia, so that delegates have the unique opportunity to network with colleagues from different sectors and discuss the most recent advances in CRISPR & Genome Engineering.
Contact
Jessi Huang;     Phone: [16262566405];     Email: jessi.huang@gtcbio.com
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14.
 
9th Senftenberg Innovation Forum on Multiparametric Analytics
ID
796918
Dates
01 Jun 2016 - 02 Jun 2016
Location
Senftenberg, Germany
Abstract
Precise diagnostics that take advantage of the growing pool of new biomarkers are essential to choosing the right medical treatment in an early phase of disease. A range of new Enabling Technologies allow the development of a new generation of molecular diagnostics which are making healthcare faster and more cost-efficient.
Contact
Dr. Stefan Rödiger;     Phone: [0049-3573-85936];     Email: stefan.roediger@b-tu.de
15.
 
5th Antiviral Drugs Research & Development Conference
ID
792150
Dates
01 Jun 2016 - 02 Jun 2016
Location
San Diego, United States
Abstract
We invite you to attend the 5th Antiviral Drugs Research & Development Conference, which will take place June 1-2, 2016 in San Diego, CA. This conference will bring together an exciting balance of industry and academia, where drug and vaccine designs in HIV, RSV, Hepatitis B/C, Influenza, etc. will be discussed. Top researchers will share their experiences with new inhibitory mechanisms, longer acting drugs, and strategies en route for cures. Delegates have the unique opportunity to network with colleagues from different sectors and gain fresh perspective on the research in antiviral drugs.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [626-256-6405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
HIV, Zika, Antiviral Drugs
16.
 
14th Vaccines Research & Development Conference
ID
792259
Dates
02 Jun 2016 - 03 Jun 2016
Location
San Diego, United States
Abstract
Newly emerging infections have opened up dialogue about the need for novel treatments and government response to such infections. As we continue to search for solutions, we must review the lessons learned from research and industry response in order to overcome the current challenges. There are a number of exciting new developments including traditional vaccines and application of vaccines to new diseases, such as cancer vaccines. We will also discuss innovative efficacy trials and how to accelerate vaccine development. Join us as colleagues from industry and academia gather to discuss newly licensed vaccines, new vaccine technologies, RNA-based vaccines, and adjuvant discovery.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [6262566405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
Vaccine, HIV, Zika
17.
 
FAES-BioTech — BioTech 2 Recombinant DNA Methodology
ID
785518
Dates
06 Jun 2016 - 10 Jun 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
This lecture and laboratory course is designed to provide the novice with an iintroduction to the molecular biology of nucleic acids. An approach emphasizing both principles and methodology provides the scientist with the essential fundamentals needed for gene cloning and for an appreciation of the strategies of recombinant DNA technology as well as other molecular techniques.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
Lecture Topics: Introduction to Nucleic Acids and Molecular Cloning, Isolation and Purification of Nucleic Acids, Restriction Enzymes and Restriction Mapping, Other Pertinent Enzymes, Analysis of DNA and RNA Sequences, Northern and Southern Blot Analysis, Construction of Nucleic Acid Probes, Mapping, cDNA Synthesis Part I: cDNA Synthesis, Construction of cDNA Libraries, PCR-Derived cDNA Libraries, Enzymology, cDNA Synthesis Part II: Screening for Differentially Expressed Genes, Microarrays, Differential Display, Subtraction Hybridization, Subtraction Cloning, The Polymerase Chain Reaction Part I: Principles, Theory, Optimaization, Contamination, The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), Part II – PCR Variations: In Situ PCR, Mutagenesis PCR, Real Time PCR, Digital PCR, PCR Arrays, PCR SSCP, PCR Nested, and Muliplex PCR, DNA nad RNA Sequencing, Bioinformatics, Expression of Cloned Sequences and Their Assays, Epigenetics: Principles and Applications. Laboratory Topics: Extraction of High Molecular Weight Genomic DNA from Mammalian Cells, Restriction Enzyme Digestion of Recombinant Plasmid, Gel Electrophoresis: Separation of Restriction Digestion Products on Agarose Gel Purification of Restriction Fragment: Excise Fragment from Gel; Southern Analysis: Blot DNA to Membrane.
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18.
 
4th Laupheim Biotech Days 2016
ID
805142
Dates
13 Jun 2016 - 14 Jun 2016
Location
Laupheim, Germany
Contact
Petra Koenig;     Email: petra.koenig@rentschler.de
19.
 
FAES-BioTech — BioTech 41 Non-Coding RNAs
ID
785517
Dates
13 Jun 2016 - 15 Jun 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
Recent advances in whole genome analyses has vastly improved our appreciation of the extensive repertoire of noncoding RNAs, including initially the well-known small microRNAs (miRNAs), and more recently, the long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs). While miRNA-target interactions appear to be important in control of post-transciptional levels, lncRNAs appear to have a diverse array of functions including regulation of transcription, mRNA processing and post transcriptional control. Thus, the current state of the art transcriptional profiling should include technologies for the analyses of protein coding mRNA, miRNAs and lncRNAs.In this hands-on training workshop, participants will learn the latest information about miRNA and the use of miRNA as a diagnostic tool.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
Lecture Topics Overview of Non-Coding RNAs Biology, Discovery and Expression of Non-Coding RNAs, Post-transcriptional Regulation of Gene Expression Programs, Regulatory miRNA networks of Neoplastic Development in Non-Human Primate Kidneys, Non-Coding RNAs Biogenesis, Function and Analysis, Micro RNAs as Biomarkers of Disease, MicroRNAs and Cancer: From Their Role in Carcinogenesis to their Potential as Biomarkers and Therapeutic Targets in Cancer, Multiplex Amplification-free Technology for microRNA Expression Profiling: Advantages and Challenges, MicroRNA Preparation and Microarray Processing, Microarray Experimental Design and Data Analysis. Laboratory Topics Profiling of miRNA Through an Overexpression Model: Reverse Transcription using the miScript II RT Kit, Real-time PCR, Data Analysis.
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FAES-BioTech — BioTech 55 CRISPR, TALENs, and ZFNs
ID
785587
Dates
20 Jun 2016 - 24 Jun 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
Gene engineering provides the ability to manipulate gene expression in a desired cell type. In order to realize the full potential of stem cells, the development of tools to modify targeted genes is paramount. This course will provide an overview of three different engineering platforms including CRISPR, TALENs, and ZFNs.The first part of the course will cover the general principles of each of these technologies including design and assembly along with the platforms available and different costs associated with each of them. The second part of the course will transition into different applications including engineering in mice, disease modeling, generating iPSC reporter lines, and high throughput approaches.We will also consider sequencing and quality control considerations for these technologies. Hands on laboratory exercises will accompany lectures to provide training in design, assembly, transfection, and confirmation assays.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
Lecture Topics General Principles of Engineering and Disease Models, TALEN-mediated Gene Correction in iPSCs; DNA Repair Mechanisms, Targeted Mutagenesis in Zebrafish using ZFNs and TALENs, CRISPR Engineering in EC Cells and Oocytes for Mouse Model, Targeting Multiple Genes Using CRISPR in Zebrafish, Engineering Mice Using CRISPR/Cas9, Developing Reporter Lines, Panel Discussion to Discuss Current Research Projects, Safe Harbor Gene Targeting of iPSC or Hematopoietic Stem Cells to Correct Monogenic Disorders, Considering Pros and Cons to CRISPR, Engineering Human iPSCs: ZFN, TALEN, CRISPR/Cas9 Advantages and Limitations, Sequencing and Quality Control Consideration. Laboratory Topics Introduction to Genome Editing Technologies, ZFN and CRISPR/Cas Design Considerations, Nucleofection; Gene Knock Out Using Targeted Nucleases, Integration and Detection, Donor DNA Design and Nuclease Compatibility, Exercises for ZFN and CRISPR Design, Bioinformatics for Genome Editing Applications, Development of Genetically Modified Cell Lines Using K562 Cells (will allow attendees to run their own experiments and analyze their own results by the end of this workshop), Engineering iPSCs using CRISPR/Cas9 & HR Targeting Vectors, Introduction to Genome Editing using the CRISPR/Cas9 System, Review gRNA Design Principles, Cloning into SBI’s Cas9 SmartNuclease System, and Best Practices for Use of the CRISPR/Cas9 System for Genome Editing; HR Targeting Vectors for Genome Editing in iPSCs.
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21.
 
Digital PCR & qPCR — Digital PCR & qPCR Conference (July 6-7, 2016, Boston, MA)
ID
804983
Dates
06 Jul 2016 - 07 Jul 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
GTCbio is proud to present the Digital PCR & qPCR Conference, to be held on July 6-7, 2016 in Boston, MA.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [6262566405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
Digital, PCR, qPCR
22.
 
SSBSS 2016 — 3rd International Synthetic & Systems Biology Summer School
ID
782462
Dates
08 Jul 2016 - 14 Jul 2016
Location
Volterra (Pisa) - Tuscany, Italy
Abstract
Recent advances in DNA synthesis have increased our ability to build biological systems. Synthetic Biology aims at streamlining the design and synthesis of robust and predictable biological systems using engineering design principles. Designing biological systems requires a deep understanding of how genes and proteins are organized and interact in living cells: Systems Biology aims at elucidating the cellular organization at gene, protein and network level using computational and biochemical methods.The Synthetic and Systems Biology Summer School (SSBSS) is a full-immersion five-day residential summer school at the Volterra Learning Center (Pisa - Tuscany, Italy) on cutting-edge advances in systems and synthetic biology with lectures delivered by world-renowned experts. The school provides a stimulating environment for students (from Master students to PhD students), Post-Docs, early career researches, academics and industry leaders. Participants will also have the chance to present their results, and to interact with their peers, in a friendly and constructive environment.
Contact
Ludovico Montalcini;     Email: ssbss.school@gmail.com
Topics
Genetic Engineering Metabolic Engineering Reading and Writing Genomes Synthetic Genomes Synthetic Circuits and Cells Artificial Tissues and Organs Genomically Recoded Organisms Genome Design Pathway Design Biological Design Automation and Biological CAD Genome Engineering Cellular Systems Biology Experimental Synthetic Biology Computational Synthetic Biology Stochastic Gene Regulation Gene Signaling Quantitative Molecular Biology High-throughput Techniques Biological Engineering Industrial Synthetic and Systems Biology
23.
 
Bioactive Natural Products: Translating Promise into Practice
ID
772688
Dates
11 Jul 2016 - 13 Jul 2016
Location
Oxford, United Kingdom
Abstract
The RSC Biotechnology Group and sponsors invite you to a residential conference focused on contemporary scientific research which will facilitate the therapeutic use of small molecules derived from natural sources. The tradition of using naturally occurring small molecules as medicines is thousands of years old, but many front-line pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals in contemporary use owe their origins to natural sources. Modern research methods have brought back into the spotlight the concept of developing novel biomedical and agrochemical products from so-called natural products. This conference, which follows three earlier successful meetings organized by the Biotechnology Group at the University of Sussex in 1996, at the University St Andrews in 1999 and most recently at Magdalen College, Oxford in 2009, will highlight the current trends, challenges and successes in the industrial exploitation of natural products from a global perspective. The event will bring together key academic and industry interdisciplinary scientists, to disclose recent progress in this field, identify new perspectives and promote networking to facilitate the use of bioactive natural products in medical, agrochemical and related areas of societal need.  We warmly invite you to Oxford in 2016 to participate in this vibrant and timely event.
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FAES-BioTech — BioTech 26 PCR Methodology: Principles, Optimization and Application
ID
785483
Dates
11 Jul 2016 - 15 Jul 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
From its conception in 1983 to its modern day use in a myriad of clinical and research applications, the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) has revolutionized modern molecular biology. This lecture and laboratory course will focus on the Polymerase Chain Reaction and its applications in basic molecular biology research, genetics, molecular pathology, including cancer and genetic diseases and identification of viral, bacterial and other pathogens.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
Lecture Topics Topics include Basic PCR, Dissection of the PCR Cycle, Primer Design and Usage including Tools for Primer Design, Thermostable DNA Polymerases, Optimization, PCR Additives, Contamination Control, Reverse Transcription PCR (RT-PCR) PCR Mutagenesis, Cycle Sequencing, 5' and 3' RACE PCR, Multiplex PCR, Clinical and Forensic Applications, Practical Modifications to PCR.
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CSDD-2016 — II International Conference on Clinical Sciences and Drug Discovery
ID
790789
Dates
27 Jul 2016 - 29 Jul 2016
Location
Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom
Abstract
United Scientific group had successfully completed its first conference International conference on Clinical Sciences and Drug Discovery, in Baltimore USA, during November 02-04, 2015 (CSDD-2015). With this enthusiasm and prodigious success, we are proudly announcing the second conference International conference on Clinical Sciences and Drug Discovery -2016, Dundee, Scotland during July 27-29, 2016 (CSDD-2016) with a theme Drug discovery and development to clinical trials. Our focus lies on the translation of academic research findings into industry-driven drug development, Features including a world-class program of invited speakers from industry and academia, oral and poster presentations from submitted abstracts maintaining the same level of talks. Throughout the course of the three-day conference, you will get an exclusive opportunity to network and be involved in inspiring and interesting discussions of scientists and researchers on Antimicrobials: Bacterial, Fungal, Viral, Protozoal, Antineoplastic, Endocrinology and Metabolism, Hematological, CNS & ANS, Cardio-Vascular System, Respiratory, Nano therapeutics, Computer Aided Drug Designing, Structural Biology and many more research topics. The organizing committee is confident that participants will benefit from the high value scientific program. We welcome all the researchers to join us for these 3 days of stimulating discussions, knowledge sharing and networking event.
Contact
CSDD-2016 Committee;     Phone: [408-426-4833];     Email: drugdiscovery@uniscigroup.org
Topics
Infectious: Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Protozoa, Neoplastic: Cancers, Tumours, and Lymphomas, Endocrinologic and Metabolic, Hematological, CNS & ANS, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Immunological, Nano-Bio Therapeutics, Computer Aided Drug Design, Structural Biology, Medicinal Chemistry & Imaging
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FAES-BioTech — BioTech 56 RNA Sequencing
ID
785533
Dates
01 Aug 2016 - 05 Aug 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
RNA-seq or RNA sequencing is a new technology that utilizes the latest in next-generation sequencing approaches to obtain information about the presence/absence as well as the quantity of transcribed RNA (mRNA, rRNA, tRNA, or miRNA). Soon RNA-seq will be transplanting microarrays as the go-to procedure for analyzing the transcriptome of any genome. In this workshop, we will provide hands-on experience with RNA-seq - from the bench to the post-sequencing data acquisition (Illumina NextSeq) and analysis using the latest bioinformatics approaches. With a team of researchers from the NIH, area academic institutions and Illumina, we will cover examples of methodological approaches and applications of RNA-seq analysis to a variety of basic science and clinical biomedical research problems.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
Lecture Topics An Introduction to NGS and RNA-seq, Basics of RNA Sequencing and Analysis, Introduction to Downstream Analysis, RNA-seq Gene Expression Data Analysis Pipeline: Methods, Tools and Issues, Efficient Library Preparation from Embryonic Stem Cells (ESCs), Transcriptomic Changes in Human Brain Development, Bioconductor and RNA-seq Data Analysis, Integrating Gene Expression and Pathway Analysis in Developing Early Disease Biomarkers: A Genomic Approach, RNA-seq and CHIP-seq with Galaxy, Basic Downstream Analysis of RNA-seq and CHIP-seq Data with DAVID and IPA, Metaseq: A Python Package for Integrative Genome-wide Analysis, RNa seq Data Analysis in the Context of Biological Networks, RNA-seq of the Small RNAs of the Nucleolus, Transcriptome Profiling of CTLs using RNA-seq. Laboratory Topics Processing of RNA libraries, Load Sequencing Reactions, Recovery of Sequencing Data, Using BaseSpace to Analysis RNA-seq Data, Introduction to Linux, Sed, Awk and Bash Scripting, RNA-seq Analysis with the Tuxedo Package- Command Line
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BPD — 8th Annual Bioprocessing Summit
ID
801625
Dates
15 Aug 2016 - 19 Aug 2016
Location
Boston, MA, United States
Abstract
The Bioprocessing Summit brings together international leaders to discuss today's bioprocess issues from cell line selection to bioproduction. The Summit provides practical details in a relaxed, congenial atmosphere that promotes information exchange and networking. This leading bioprocess meeting is hosted in Boston each summer along the lively and cosmopolitan harbor waterfront. Each year, the international bioprocessing community comes together at the Summit to share practical solutions for today’s bioprocess challenges with researchers from around the world. Spanning five days, the 2016 meeting includes 16 conference programs, 9 training seminars, and 10 short courses.
Contact
Phone: [7819725400];     Email: chi@healthtech.com
Topics
bioprocessing, cell culture, biotechnology, biotherapeutics, proteins
28.
 
GBC 2016 — Global Biotechnology Congress 2016
ID
793238
Dates
22 Aug 2016 - 25 Aug 2016
Location
Boston, MA 02108, United States
Abstract
The conference will cover the transnational nature of biotechnological research, with emphasis on both the basic science as well as its applications in industry and academia. Presentations will include major research advances in biotechnology, business development, strategic alliances, partnering trends, product opportunities, growth business models and strategies, licensing and pharmaceutical biotechnology (e.g. vaccines, CNS, cancer, antibodies), medical biotechnology, industrial biotechnology, bio process engineering, protein engineering, plant and environmental technologies, transgenic plant and crops, bio remediation, and microbial diversity research.
Contact
Hasina Habib;     Phone: [+1-857-2398855];     Email: hasinahabib@eurekaconference.com
Topics
Biotechnology, Life Science, Technology, Biotechnology Development, Global Biotechnology Conference, Biotechnology Conference, Biotechnology Research
29.
 
FAES-BioTech — BioTech 54 Making Cardiomyocytes from iPSCs
ID
785619
Dates
22 Aug 2016 - 26 Aug 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
Often late stage clinical trials are terminated due to cardiotoxicity. There is great need to develop proper screens that are predictive of human clinical response to medications. This course will cover numerous applications using cardiomyocytes. The lectures will cover cardiac development and cardiac diseases which provides the necessary background for this course in appreciating how stem cells can be differentiated from iPSCs and be used to develop disease in a dish models as well as screens to monitor specific cardiac phenotypes such as arrhythmia and cardiac toxicity. Lectures will also cover the methodology to drive differentiation of iPSCs toward cardiac lineages and the development of cardiac reporter lines that will be useful for screening applications. The laboratory exercises will include basic handling of cardiomyocytes and then delve into discovery techniques that focus on disease modeling and phenotypic screening for small molecule therapeutics. Lab exercises will conclude with providing exposure to transfection techniques as well as assays for proarrhythmia and toxicity.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
Lecture Topics Cardiac Development and Disease, iPS and ESC: Methodology for Differentiation of Cardiomyoctyes from ESC and iPSC, iPS and ESC: Overview on Benefits and Limitations of iPSC/ESC-derived Cardiomyocytes; Characterisation and Validation of hESC Derived Cardiomyocytes, High Content Screening for Cardiotoxicity of Anti-Cancer Drugs in hESC Derived Cardiomyocytes, Bioenergetic Modulation of Kinase Inhibitor Cardiotoxicity in hESC Derived Cardiomyocytes, Cardiac angiogenesis and vascular biology, Cardiac Physiology, Cardiac Electrophysiology and Functional Assays, Functional Improvement Following Cell Therapy for Ischemic Myocardium. Laboratory Topics Cardiac differentiation from iPSCs, Basic Handling: Thawing and Plating iPSC-derived Cardiomyoctyes, Discovery Techniques, MEA Demonstration, xCelligance Demonstration, PART I (Transfecting iCell Cardiomyoctyes with one or a Combination of the Following: (a) Fluorescent Protein Marker and Subsequent Analysis via Flow for Transfection Efficiency, Luciferase Reporter, Most Likely CRE-Luciferase and Then Induction and Read-out of the System, (c) siRNA to Knock Down Housekeeping Gene and then Quantify Via Flow or HCl or Knock Down Ion Channels and Provide a Functional Readout), Compound dose response curves, Transfection and reporter assays, Organelle Toxicity, ; Discovery Techniques PART II: Disease Modeling and Phenotypic Screening for Small Molecule Therapeutics (Hypertrophy With Protein Based HCl Readout and a Phenotypic Screen with 6 Compounds to Look for Amelioration of the Pathology), Reporter Assays, GE Cytell Demonstration: Imaging (GE Lab), Organelle Toxicity, Field Trip to NCATS, Lecture on High Content Screening Methods.
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30.
 
IMX — 4th Annual Immuno-Oncology Summit
ID
802705
Dates
29 Aug 2016 - 02 Sep 2016
Location
Boston, MA, United States
Abstract
As our understanding of tumor immunology has advanced, immuno-oncology has made unprecedented progress in improving the outcomes for cancer patients. Still, with the field in its infancy, the full curative potential of IO has yet to be realized. CHI’s 4th Annual Immuno-Oncology Summit has been designed to support a coordinated effort by industry players to bring commercial immunotherapies and immunotherapy combinations through clinical development and into the market. This weeklong, nine-meeting set will include topics ranging from early discovery through clinical development as well as emerging areas such as oncolytic virotherapy. Overall, this event will provide a focused look at how researchers are applying new science and technology in the development of the next generation of effective and safe immunotherapies.
Contact
Phone: [7819725400];     Email: chi@healthtech.com
Topics
oncology, immunotherapy, t cell therapy, biomarkers, clinical trials
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31.
 
BNK — 8th International Leaders in Biobanking Congress
ID
806849
Dates
07 Sep 2016 - 09 Sep 2016
Location
Baltimore, MD, United States
Abstract
Today, biospecimen collections are used by multiple research groups for various research aims, from basic research through clinical trials. Useful biosamples must be collected to maintain their molecular integrity for specific (or unknown) downstream analysis. Thus, the proper collection, processing, storage and tracking of biospecimens are critical components allowing researchers to better link molecular and clinical information. Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s 8th International Leaders in Biobanking Congress: Applying Biospecimen Science to Advance Biomedical Research addresses biospecimen science, management, and applications, bringing together biomedical and biopharmaceutical researchers, regulators, biorepository managers and practitioners to investigate the best strategies for effective use of biospecimens within today’s cutting-edge biomedical research.
Contact
Phone: [7819725400];     Email: chi@healthtech.com
Topics
biobanking, clinical, molecular markers, biospecimens, biomarkers
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32.
 
IIR-cryobio-workshop — IIR Workshop on Cold Applications in Life Sciences
ID
789065
Dates
08 Sep 2016 - 09 Sep 2016
Location
Dresden, Germany
Abstract
Cell/tissue cryopreservation and cold storage are central challenges e.g. in biobanking. Freezing and cryoprocessing are becoming increasingly important as an essential production step in life sciences, too.
Contact
Dr. Gabriele Spoerl;     Phone: [+49 351 4081 604];     Email: gabriele.spoerl@ilkdresden.de; CryoWorkshop2016@ilkdresden.de
Topics
Cell/tissue cryopreservation and storage challenges: advanced devices for cryopreservation and freeze-drying, cryobanking of biologicals, 3D-scaffolds / tissue engineering for medical and diagnostic applications, strategies with alternative cryoprotectants for tissues cryopreservation, industrial solutions in biomaterial processing. Freezing and storage of active agents for in-vitro and in-vivo applications: damage processes on active agents caused by cold application, process limitations and impact factors on product stability, process validation – analytics, monitoring and simulation of process and product loss, vitrification of cellular products without cryoprotectants, industrial freezing solutions - large scale and multi-product plant.
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33.
 
ESBES 2016 — European Symposium on Biochemical Engineering Sciences 2016
ID
738732
Dates
11 Sep 2016 - 14 Sep 2016
Location
Dublin, Ireland
Abstract
ESBES, organised bi-annually by the European Society of Biochemical Engineering Sciences (ESBES) is a major event to present, debate and discuss relevant topics and technologies related to industrial biotechnology and its contribution to sustainability. As a society, ESBES stimulates scientific advances in the field and provides a platform for communication, education and interdisciplinary exchange, as well as providing an important conduit between industry and academia, fostering the cooperation between international bioengineers.
Contact
Phone: [+44 (0) 1788 534489];     Email: conferences@icheme.org
34.
 
11th Drug Design & Medicinal Chemistry Conference
ID
806672
Dates
12 Sep 2016 - 13 Sep 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
We invite you to attend the 11th Drug Design & Medicinal Chemistry Conference, which will take place September 12-13, 2016 in Boston, MA. This meeting will provide a forum for scientists across multiple disciplines, from both industry and academia, to connect and share complementary perspectives. We will discuss emerging target classes, advances in antibody drug conjugates and other methods for targeted drug delivery, new approaches in flow chemistry, and much more. In addition to scientific presentations, we will have dedicated times for networking among delegates.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [6262566405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
Drug Design, Medicinal Chemistry
35.
 
7th Non-Coding RNA & RNAi Therapeutics Conference
ID
806693
Dates
14 Sep 2016 - 15 Sep 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
We invite you to attend the 7th Non-Coding RNA & RNAi Therapeutics Conference, which will take place September 14-15, 2016 in Boston, MA. The conference will bring together an exciting balance of industry and academia, so that delegates have the unique opportunity to network with colleagues in the RNA research field.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [6262566405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
RNA, Non-Coding RNAs, CRISPR
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36.
 
DOT — 14th Annual Discovery on Target
ID
806804
Dates
19 Sep 2016 - 22 Sep 2016
Location
Boston, MA, United States
Abstract
Cambridge Healthtech Institute will host the 14th Annual Discovery on Target event this September 19-22, 2016 in Boston, MA. Spanning four days, the event showcases current and emerging “hot” targets for the pharmaceutical industry. Over 1,100+ attendees (from 26 countries) composed of scientists/technologists, executives, directors, and managers from biopharma, academic, and healthcare organizations participate annually. The 2016 event is comprised of 17 conference tracks, 1 training seminar, 5 symposia, 16 short courses, an exhibit hall of 50+ companies, 135+ posters, and dedicated networking sessions. Discovery on Target assembles an impressive group of 300+ distinguished speakers who look forward to sharing their knowledge, best practices, and expertise with all attendees.
Contact
Phone: [7819725400];     Email: chi@healthtech.com
Topics
drug discovery, drug development, pharma, diseases, genomics, cancer
37.
 
ICONAN 2016 — International Conference On Nanomedicine And Nanobiotechnology
ID
785167
Dates
28 Sep 2016 - 30 Sep 2016
Location
Paris, France
Abstract
The target is to set up one of the most attractive international annual gatherings of experts from all around the world, in order for them to exchange about their latest research results and share their ideas.
Contact
ICONAN 2016 Organizing Committee;     Phone: [0033781201182];     Email: iconan2016@premc.org
Topics
Targeted drug delivery and nanocarriers, Nanomedicine for cancer diagnosis & therapy, Biological & medical nanodevices and biosensors, Tissue engineering and regenerative nanomedicine, Toxicology and risk assessment of nanomedicine systems, Nano-Imaging for diagnosis, therapy and delivery, Bionanocatalysis and nanobisystems, Microfluidics in nanomedicine and nanobiology.
38.
 
Biomarkers & Precision Medicine USA Congress 2016
ID
796922
Dates
03 Oct 2016 - 04 Oct 2016
Location
San Diego, United States
Abstract
Oxford Global is proud to present its Biomarkers and Precision Medicine USA Congress 2016, 3-4 Oct 2016, Boston, USA. Our renowned congress will bring together over 250 attendees from pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as academia. The 2 day exciting programme covers case studies from a range of therapeutic areas including, oncology, immune-oncology, cardiovascular diseases, metabolic diseases, autoimmune diseases, fibrotic disorders, diabetes and more in the pre-clinical and clinical arena. Do not miss out on the latest development sin companion diagnostics and precision medicine. Experts will also discuss presentations on NGS as a choice of diagnostics, microRNAs as a potential circulating biomarker of drug-induced liver injury and the potential of metabolomics profiling to understand disease process and therapy.
Contact
Guillaume Alonso;     Phone: [+44 (0)1865 248 455];     Email: g.alonso@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Topics
The 5 Interactive Streams include: • Biomarkers in Drug Discovery and Development – Translation and Precision Medicine in Auto-Immune Diseases, CNS, Oncology, and Infectious Diseases • Personalised Medicine, Companion Diagnostics & Patient Testing • Innovations In Biomarker Research – Informatics, Data Management, Assay Development, Imaging Technologies • Biomarker in Clinical Development & Clinical Trials • Clinical Diagnostics, NGS & Genomic Markers and Genetic Testing
39.
 
NGS USA — 2nd Annual Next Generation Sequencing USA Congress 2016
ID
805155
Dates
03 Oct 2016 - 04 Oct 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
Oxford Global are proud to present our 2nd Annual Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) USA Congress and co-located Single Cell Analysis USA Congress, to be held on 3-4 October 2016 in Boston. Building on the success of our 2015 event, as well as our UK-based NGS and Single Cell Congress, this prestigious meeting will bring together over 250 senior level attendees from both academia and pharma to address the very latest development in the use of next generation sequencing.

Over two days, the Next Generation Sequencing USA Congress will look at key therapeutic applications, the diagnostic and clinical potential of NGS technologies, and big data and bioinformatics challenges and solutions. Our panel of expert speakers will offer insights into their latest research into areas ranging from the use of NGS in cancer and genomics to cloud computing, data storage and personalised medicine.

Over 250 delegates representing internationally renowned research & academic institutions, clinical and research institutions, as well as leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies

Over 60 presentations and case studies focused on novel next generation sequencing platforms & technologies, the applications of NGS & key developments in cancer drug development and clinical diagnostics

Including 6 interactive streams:

2nd Annual Next Generation Sequencing USA Congress

- Advances in NGS Platforms and Key Therapeutic Applications

- NGS Data Management and Bioinformatics

- NGS Clinical Applications & Diagnostics

2nd Annual Single Cell Analysis USA Congress

- Single Cell Analysis and Transcriptomics

- Single Cell Analysis Technologies

- Overcoming Key Single Cell Analysis Challenges

14 pre-scheduled one to one meetings, exhibition and informal networking opportunities.

The co-located Single Cell Analysis USA Congress will focus on single cell genomics and transcriptomics, novel techniques in imaging and cytometry as well as implications for drug development and clinical development in immunology, oncology and other therapeutic areas.

Contact
Danielle Dalby;     Phone: [+441865248455];     Email: d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Topics
Single Cell Analysis and Transcriptomics, Single Cell Analysis Technologies, Overcoming Key Single Cell Analysis Challenges, Advances in NGS Platforms and Key Therapeutic Applications, NGS Data Management and Bioinformatics, NGS Clinical Applications & Diagnostics, transcriptomics, novel techniques in imaging and cytometry, implications for drug development, clinical development in immunology,
40.
 
Single Cell USA — Single Cell Analysis USA Congress
ID
806433
Dates
03 Oct 2016 - 04 Oct 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
Oxford Global are proud to present the Single Cell Analysis USA Congress, co-located with our popular Next Generation Sequencing USA Congress, to be held on 3-4 October 2016 in Boston. Building on the success of our 2015 event, as well our UK-based NGS and Single Cell meetings, this prestigious meeting will bring together over 250 senior level attendees from both academia and pharma to discuss the most crucial challenges in single cell analysis.
Contact
Danielle Dalby;     Phone: [+44(0)1865248455];     Email: d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Topics
Single Cell AnalysiS, Transcriptomics, Single Cell Analysis Technologies, Advances in NGS Platforms and Key Therapeutic Applications, NGS Data Management, Bioinformatics, Clinical Applications, Diagnostics, genomics, DNA sequencing, epigenetic sequencing, RNA sequencing, informatics, data handling, cancer, disease, cytometry, mass spectrometry, isolation,
41.
 
NGS ASIA 2016 — 6th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Asia Congress 2016
ID
806355
Dates
11 Oct 2016 - 12 Oct 2016
Location
Singapore, Singapore
Contact
Danielle Dalby;     Phone: [+44 (0) 1865248455];     Email: d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Topics
Genomic research, Sequencing, genomic therapies, developments in NGS technologies, protein sequencing & genome editing, NGS in therapeutics, genomic medicine, cancer, immunotherapy, infectious diseases and biomarkers, advances In NGS Platforms And Key Therapeutic Applications, Data Analysis, Clinical Applications & Diagnostics, Single Cell ‘Omics, Single Cell Analysis Technology
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42.
 
Single Cell Asia 2016 — 4th Annual Single Cell Analysis Asia Congress 2016
ID
806467
Dates
11 Oct 2016 - 12 Oct 2016
Location
Singapore, Singapore
Abstract
Oxford Global Conferences are proud to present the 4th Annual Single Cell Analysis Asia Congress, taking place on 11-12 October 2016 in Singapore.
Contact
Danielle Dalby;     Phone: [+44(0)1865248455];     Email: d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Topics
Genomic research, health & cell functions, advances in Single Cell technologies, disease research, Single Cell ‘Omics, Single Cell Analysis Technology, Advances In NGS Platforms And Key Therapeutic Applications, NGS: Data Analysis, Clinical Applications & Diagnostics, DNA sequencing, mass parallel sequencing, genome editing, single cell analysis and NGS data analysis methods, Microbiology, Infectious Diseases
43.
 
Chromatin, Replication and Chromosomal Stability 2016
ID
771720
Dates
19 Oct 2016 - 21 Oct 2016
Location
Copenhagen, Denmark
Abstract
The epigenetic framework guides events like replication, repair and transcription, which in turn themselves leave an imprint on chromatin and chromosomal structure. Understanding how modulation of chromatin during replication and repair influence cell fate decisions in normal development and disease represents a major challenge. By bringing together leading scientists in chromatin, replication, and epigenetics, this conference aims to inspire discussions and new ideas on the interplay between chromosome organisation, epigenetic inheritance and genome duplication.
Contact
Abcam Events Team;     Phone: [+44 (0) 1223 696000];     Email: events@abcam.com
Topics
Mechanisms of DNA replication, How to replicate chromosomes, Cell division and epigenetic plasticity, Epigenome inheritance and reprogramming
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44.
 
11th International MicroRNAs/Noncoding RNAs & Genome Editing Europe-2016 Meeting on MicroRNAs: Biology to Development and Disease & Genome Editing
ID
799977
Dates
01 Nov 2016 - 02 Nov 2016
Location
Cambridge, United Kingdom
45.
 
Abcam — Stem Cell and Higher-Order Chromatin Structure conference
ID
791312
Dates
02 Nov 2016 - 04 Nov 2016
Location
Taormina, Italy
Abstract
Stem cells have the unique properties of both self renewal and differentiation into various lineages. In the last few years, chromatin architecture and noncoding RNAs are emerging as major players in both gene regulation and stem cell differentiation. This conference will cover some of the most recent advances and cutting edge research in the field of chromatin organization, transcription regulation and stem cell biology. We aim to provide a forum in which interdisciplinary discussions will promote cross-collaboration between experts in these areas. Moreover, during the meeting, there will be great opportunities for young scientists to meet the experts in the field.
Contact
Abcam Events Team;     Phone: [+44 (0) 1223 696000];     Email: events@abcam.com
Topics
Topics: Coding and non-coding functions of the genome, Chromatin structure in stem cells, Genome architecture and human disease
46.
 
Cell Symposia: Functional RNAs
ID
801319
Dates
06 Nov 2016 - 08 Nov 2016
Location
Guangzhou, China
Abstract
What an exciting time for RNA! Not long ago, small RNAs were taking the scientific world by storm, demonstrating that our long-held beliefs about gene expression were incomplete and providing us with new experimental approaches. Today, new breakthroughs continue to redefine the scientific landscape. RNA-guided genome editing allows us to modify genes at their endogenous loci, and sequencing technologies allow us to assess gene expression at remarkable scales, large and small. As a result, we are beginning to understand biology like never before. Please join us for a meeting focused on how functional RNAs impact gene expression. Topics will include emerging technologies, new insights into small RNA formation and function, regulation of gene expression by long noncoding RNAs, genome regulation, genome editing, and more. Our aim is to bring together researchers with broad interests in RNA biology and its impact on gene expression to share their current research efforts, foster collaborations, and stimulate ideas for future avenues of research.
47.
 
BIO-Europe® 2016 - 22nd Annual International Partnering Conference
ID
796000
Dates
07 Nov 2016 - 09 Nov 2016
Location
Cologne, Germany
Abstract
BIO-Europe® is the preeminent partnering conference for the life sciences, bringing together international decision makers from the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and financial sectors, offering networking opportunities, workshop and panel participation, a high profile exhibition, and private, prescheduled one-to-one meetings.
Contact
Catharine Moreno Finan;     Phone: [+49 89 2388 756-25];     Email: cmoreno@ebdgroup.com
Topics
partnering, business development, biotech, pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostic, licensing, finance, life science
48.
 
SynBio — Synthetic Biology UK 2016
ID
802826
Dates
14 Nov 2016 - 16 Nov 2016
Location
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Abstract
The SynBio UK conference aims to showcase UK Synthetic Biology research and to create a focal point for the community, embracing its diversity and fostering its growth and its engagement with society.
Contact
Email: conferences@biochemistry.org
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49.
 
NGS 2016 Benelux: Workshop & Conference
ID
791137
Dates
16 Nov 2016 - 17 Nov 2016
Location
Benelux, Belgium
Abstract
NGS 2016 Benelux, is an annual genomics event that takes place in Brussels and it will be held between 14th & 17th November 2016 at the Vrije Universiteit Brussels. This event is held in partnership with the Brussels Interuniversity Genomics High Throughput core (BRIGHTcore) – the Centre for Medical Genetics of VUB – UZ Brussels & Genome Diagnostics Nijmegen. In conjunction with the conference there will be a Two day Workshop that will provide NGS data analysis training to those working in the wetlab who want to be able to analyse the data and understand the data analysis workflows.
Contact
Elisabetta Fineschi;     Email: efineschi@biotexcel.com
Topics
Genetics, NGS, Next Generation Sequencing, clinical genetics, oncology, cancer, genomics, molecular biology, data analysis, bioinformatics, human genetics, biomarkers, data storage, rare disease, micro RNA, circulating tumour DNA, cfDNA, miRNA, Epigenetics, Transcriptomics.
50.
 
FoG London 2017 — Festival of Genomics London 2017
ID
792486
Dates
31 Jan 2017 - 02 Feb 2017
Location
London, United Kingdom
Contact
Eleanor Rogers;     Phone: [02073848021];     Email: contact@frontlinegenomics.com
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