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5th International Conference on Biomarkers and Clinical Research

15 Apr 2014 - 17 Apr 2014 - University of Oxford, UK



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We the Team Biomarkers hereby one again call upon and welcome the scientific community for this 5th Biomarkers Chapter towards the medical and clinical experts’ gathering to enhance the methodological developments on the applied conceptual grounds. 5th International Conference on Biomarkers and Clinical Research will be inheriting the success themes of the past chapters and will have the theme “Diagnostic significance of the therapeutic bio-clinical molecule”. Biomarkers-2014 aims to aggregate healthcare industry developers, academic researchers and organizational scientists from the Biomarkers Development community to create avenue for the scientific information exchange for technological advancements, organizational ventures and scientific collaborations for technology transfer.

The conference invites scientific professionals, researchers and corporate leaders from diverse disciplines emphasizing the areas of types & approaches for biomarker discovery, biomarkers in data analysis, clinical research & development, biomarkers of exposure, response, and susceptibility, microbial infections & disorders.


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