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Next Generation Sequencing Asia Congress

01 Oct 2012 - 02 Oct 2012 - Singapore

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Over 200 NGS, Genomics, Metagenomics, Epigenetics, Bioinformatics & Data Management senior scientists from Asia

Over 60 outstanding case studies and presentations

5 conference streams including:-

•    Next Generation Sequencing Technologies
•    Innovations in Epigenetics, Analytical Genomics & Copy Number Variation
•    NGS Application Case Studies
•    NGS Application Case Studies in Oncology
•    Data Analysis, Storage & Management

The 2nd Annual Next Generation Sequencing Asia Congress is to be held on the 1st and 2nd of October in Singapore. Over the 2 days, the conference will provide an overview of the current options of next-generation sequencing platforms, technologies, applications and the newest computational tools for the analysis of next-generation sequencing data and analytical genomics as well as overcoming data management problems.

The event will attract over 200 senior-level decision makers working in areas such as next generation sequencing, analytical genomics, computational biology, oncology, RNA profiling, molecular genomics, biomarkers, bioinformatics & data management and clinical & diagnostics development from countries such as China, Japan, Singapore, Australia, Taiwan, S.Korea, Hong Kong & surrounding countries.

This prestigious event provides a forum for practitioners and researchers to learn more about key solutions being provided to their industry, analysis of current technologies, network with their peers and address key industry concerns through a series of cutting edge conference presentations in a professional yet relaxed environment.

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