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The Next Generation Sequencing Data Congress

17 Jun 2013 - 18 Jun 2013 - London, UK



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As part of our key NGS series of events - Oxford Global Conferences are proud to present The Next Generation Sequencing Data Congress. 

Over 2 days, the conference will provide an overview of the current and innovative methods in which leading scientists use to analyse and interpret NGS sequence data generated from Genomics and Genetics research.

Over the 2 days, the conference programme will be delivered by over 30 key senior scientists, providing overviews of the current and innovative methods in which leading scientists use to analyse and interpret NGS sequence data generated from Genomics and Genetics research. The event attracts over 150 senior-level decision makers in UK and Europe working in areas such as next generation sequencing data analysis, bioinformatics & data management. 

On Day 1, the programme  will also cover insights into the options of next-generation sequencing data tools, computational tools, platforms and software for the analysis of data. Do not miss out on hearing the critical strategies in overcoming bottlenecks & data management challenges. 

On Day 2, our esteemed speaker panel will also discuss new approaches and development of NGS Data Tools in Biomarkers, Clinical & Diagnostics Development.



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