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10th Annual Biomarkers Congress

23 Feb 2015 - 24 Feb 2015 - Manchester, UK

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Oxford Global’s 10th Annual Biomarkers congress is Europe’s leading congress in the field. Join us to hear from prominent decision makers discussing the latest challenges in Biomarker research. Participate in formal 1-1 meetings and an informal networking drinks reception to idea-share amongst the most influential biomarker industry members.

Day one will cover solutions to the most pressing discovery and development challenges, opportunities of emerging companion diagnostic technologies and the importance of drug-diagnostics co-development. On day two explore the latest partnership and collaboration strategies from the top market players in the biomarker industry. Our expert panel will share case studies on biomarker discovery, verification and validation including genomic, proteomic and metabolomics markers.

The Biomarkers in Clinical Development & Trials streams focus on the role of biomarkers in clinical decision making, clinical diagnostics and clinical trial design. Industry leaders will discuss the importance of translating scientific innovations into patient benefits.

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