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Leadership Seminar – Clinical Genomics – From Exciting Technologies to Clinical Adoption

10:00 - 18:30

Location:
EMBL-EBI, Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1SD
Date:
28 March 2018
 


With the rapid developments in genome sequencing technologies and the characterisation of expressed human genes, has emerged the exciting field of clinical genomics. Clinical genomics could revolutionize the way medicine is delivered by allowing (i) a better characterisation of diseases we currently don’t diagnose; (ii) earlier diagnostics of lethal conditions; and (iii) bring the concept of patient stratification in order to better understand risks and predict drug responses. But as with all successful revolutions this can’t happen in one day and the tremendous potential health benefits must be balanced with the many barriers to adoption in terms of adapting existing regulatory, reimbursement and care systems to accommodate adoption of these technologies.  

This event will review some areas in which clinical genomics can have a significant impact including rare diseases and cancer and will discuss how to ensure these technologies reach the widest patient audience possible.

It is aimed at anybody from academia or industry with an interest in genomics and its impact on healthcare delivery.

Programme:

10.30 - Registration over Tea & Coffee

11.00 - Welcome from the hosts 

11.15 - Overview of the Clinical Genomics Industry Trends and Deals 
Adrian Dawkes, PharmaVentures

11.35 - A Pharma Perspective of Clinical Genomics
Ian Walker, Roche

12.10 - Training Genomics Clinicians
Gemma Chandratillake, University of Cambridge

12.45 - Lunch

13.45 - Liquid Biopsies as a Tool to Transform Patient Care
Nitzan Rosenfeld, Inivata

14.10 - Epigenetic Biomarkers for Diagnostics 
Jason Mellad, Cambridge Epigenetix 

14.35 - High Throughput Sequencing in Clinical Genomics 
Richard Capper, Illumina 

15.00 - Coffee break 

15.30 - Partner with Genomics England 
Joanne Hackett, Genomics England 

15.40 - Translating Data Set and Value Creation 
Will Spooner, Genomics England 

16.05 - Developing and Scaling a Gold Standard Clinical Genomics Analysis Platform 
Andrea Haworth, Congenica 

16.30 - Development / Regulatory Considerations in Clinical Genomics: a CRO perspective 
Jonathan Bray, PPD 
Patricia Hurley, PPD 

17.00 - Closing Remarks 

17.10 - Drinks Reception 

18.30 - Close 



Prices:
Gold Members - £75 + VAT 
Silver Members - £175 + VAT 
Non-member - £275 + VAT
Academics - £75 + VAT 


Please email aline@onenucleus.com to get your academic discount code 

Title: Leadership Seminar – Clinical Genomics – From Exciting Technologies to Clinical Adoption
Start: 2018-03-28 10:00:00Z
End: 2018-03-28 18:30:00Z