Oxford Global are delighted to announce the highly anticipated 4th Annual Single Cell Analysis Congress, taking place on taking place on 10 – 11 November 2016, in London, UK. This unique event will feature presentations covering exciting single cell ‘omics case studies, success stories from different therapeutic areas as well as overcoming bioinformatics challenges. The event will welcome over 450 senior-level delegates from not only the single cell, but also from next generation sequencing and genome editing areas.
To download the agenda, please click here: http://www.singlecell-congress.com/download-agenda
This congress will have 3 interactive streams:
The single cell analysis market represents a very exciting area of research that is rapidly evolving. It is forecasted to become a very powerful market thanks to the continuous developments in singe cell analysis technologies and applications as well as novel strategies to overcome complex challenges in sample preparation, bioinformatics and data analysis.
Co-located with the highly established 8th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress and 2nd Annual Genome Editing Congress, our event provides a unique opportunity for experts engaged in the above areas to network with esteemed Professors and Directors from leading academic and research institutions such as George Washington University, Weizmann Institute of Science and University of Helsinki.
Key presentations will include molecular insights into circulating tumor and trophoblastic cells, presented by Patrizia Paterlini-Bréchot, Professor of Cell Biology, Paris Descartes University and droplet-based microfluidics for single cell analysis by Valerie Taly, Group Leader and CNRS Research Director, Paris Descartes University.
For the latest conference updates follow us on Twitter @xgenseq and join the event conversation on #xgenseq16. For more details on how to register for the meeting contact Danielle Dalby on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44(0)1865 248455.
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