Full day workshop at Adelaide Oval 10:00 am - 4:30 pm, followed by dinner at Restaurant Cliché Exhibition.
The organisers of the Cancer Functional Genomics workshop would like to invite researchers and clinicians to attend a free one-day workshop in Adelaide on Monday 13 November aimed at exploring current and emerging techniques for assessing the impact of genomic changes in cancer. The workshop is open to those who have an interest in understanding and collaborating in Australian cancer functional genomics initiatives.
The workshop will pose the question of how approaches such as saturation mutagenesis, PDX, iPS models, organoid culture, transcriptomics, high-throughput live cell imaging, pharmacogenomics, metabolomics and bioinformatic modelling, among others, can be used to more efficiently harness genomics to improve outcomes for cancer patients.
For those interested in the field (and/or South Australian wines!), note that this workshop directly precedes the 8th Barossa Cell Signalling in Cancer meeting, which is to be held on the 14th – 17th November 2017.
Click here for the full program and to register online.
Registration deadline: November 1
Limited places are available, so book soon before they run out!