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Oxford Symposium ‘Clinical Genomic and Precision Medicine 2020’
July 7 @ 8:00 am - 5:30 pm£165
You are welcome to participate in the first biennial symposium on clinical genomic and precision medicine. The conference aims to discuss and explore the current genomic applications and translations in clinical medicine and healthcare. Faculty includes world class leaders in the field of rapidly evolving genomic medicine. This conference also provides opportunity for young investigators to present their research either oral or platform presentations. You may consider submitting abstracts. Please visit www.genomicmedicine.org for abstract format, deadline and all other enquiries.
Scientific Advisory Committee
Professor Dhavendra Kumar (London/Cardiff; Chair)
Professor Sir Munir Primohamed (Liverpool)
Professor Doug Higgs (Oxford)
Professor Sir Mark Caulfield (London)
Professor William Newman (Manchester)
Professor Matthew Hurles (Cambridge)
“The Professor Sir David Weatherall Oration”
The new oration is established to mark and recognise landmark contributions of Sir David Weatherall, the Founder Director of the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, in the field of molecular medicine. The scientific advisory committee shall search and recommend a distinguished clinical scientist or molecular/genomic scientist with impressive track record of life long contributions in genetics, genomics and molecular biology with unparalleled application and translation in clinical and preventive medicine.
Outline of the First Oxford Symposium Programme
0900 Welcome/ Introduction
0915 Session I: Genome diagnostics in clinical practice
1115 Coffee break
1130 Session II: Stratified and Precision Medicine
1400 Session III: Ethics, legal, social & economics (ELSE) considerations in genomic precision medicine
1545 Coffee/ Tea
1600 ‘Sir David Weatherall Oration”
1700 Discussion/ Reflections