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Single Cell Genomics & Transcriptomics Asia Congress 2013

13 Jun 2013 - 14 Jun 2013 - Singapore



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Oxford Global is proud to present the Single Cell Genomics & Transcriptomics Congress taking place on 13th & 14th June 2013 in Singapore. The congress is dedicated to the most pressing challenges and critical opportunities in the field of Single Cell Genomics & Transcriptomics, creating a focused platform for scientific debate and executive-level networking.

The value of the genomics market is expected to increase by 11% in the next two years. As the only conference to bring together all the experts in the global field of single cell genomics and transcriptomics, this exciting and important meeting is a must for everyone working in the field of single cells.

Over the two days, the event will attract over 175 senior-level decision markers from Europe, US and Asia with a comprehensive conference program featuring two separate streams, key note addresses, case study presentations and interactive panel discussions given by over 30 expert speakers from leading academic and research institutes.

Day One, our panel of genomics and transcriptomics experts will look at advances in single cell analysis and breakthrough technologies including amplification and isolation methods. Discover innovative solutions for integrating proteomics and metabolomics information.

Day Two, our internationally renowned speakers will explore the application of single cell genomics in a range of therapeutic areas and corresponding implications in clinical and diagnostic development. Do not miss out on the latest developments in single cell sequencing and transcriptome analysis of single cells, as well as case studies on the latest novel analysis platforms.

The Single Cell Genomics & Transcriptomics Congress is part of the highly successful Oxford Global Next Generation Sequencing Series. For more information on other events in the series, please see below:

  • NGS Data Analysis & Management Congress, 17 – 18 June 2013, London


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