GIC 2023 conference is conducted by Bangalore by Genotypic Technology India's first Genomics Company. Genotypic Invites Genomics technology, Biotech , Pharma, BioPharma, Vaccine, healthcare and Agritech researchers in Industry and academia. Eminent panellists include Nobel prize winner for Medicine and Chair of the WHO Science Council Dr. Harold Varmus; Anna Laura Ross Head - Science Division World Health, Dr. Eric Green Director NHGRI, USA; Speakers from Industry and Healthcare, and key Academic Institutions Including Prof Partha Majumdar Dr BS Ajaikumar HCG ,Prof Doron Lancet Weizmann Institute, Dr Vinod Scaria IGIB, Prof Anurag Agrawal, Prof Anuranjan Anand, Dr Saligram, Dr Krishna Khairnar will discuss topics from Disease, to vaccines to pandemics and food.
BENGALURU, KARNATAKA, India, Jan. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Bangalore the silicon valley of India is proud to host the five star edition of biotech conference Genomics India 2023 in NIMHANS convention centre, Bangalore, on Feb 2 to 3 of 2023. This conference is being hosted by Genotypic Technology a Pioneer in Genomics since 1998. Being early movers themselves had an insight to contribute to the indian genomics landscape and have been promoting through various forums including iBioM an MSME non-profit organization for Biotech start ups.
Leaders of the Genomics world are expected to grace the occasion including Prominent figures from USA, Peru, Tanzania, UK, Israel, EU are attending. Legends in the field of Genomics are delivering lectures on cutting edge research, throwing the Genomics enterprise in open forum thru brain storming sessions, panel discussions and Q&A sessions.
The conference is co organized by QTLomics, Dhitiomics; The knowledge partner is iBioM a Biotech MSME organization nurtured by a group of Pharma-Biotech patrons in India. Biospectrum and Gubba are the press partners. A salient feature of the Conference is sheer variety of speakers from across the globe and India, delivering breakthrough innovations in Genomics in the past decades and the future to come by. M V Ramanujam Member iBioM quotes that India is well poised to explore Genome Informatics with Mathematical and Computational Prowess, as India is inherently strong in Math and Computers. This conference indeed is best suited to discuss the future of genome analytics in India, he concludes. iBioM members are offered special provisions to display their products and services at the conference.
Key round table discussions:
1- Has Genomics delivered its promise for healthcare?
2- The Regulatory environment in India for Drugs and development
3- Infectious diseases, surveillance and vaccines
The NGS analytic and Genome informatics Program runs as a satellite Program with the conference providing the scientific base and the NGS analytic session as a practical session for learning the basics of Genome informatics from QC to assembly annotation, variant calling and reporting. Certificates are provided for the Genome informatics session participants.
Special economical registration for students, Phds and postdocs available at https://genomicsindia.co.in/registration/
Raja mugasimangalam, Genotypic technology, 91 9880304747, [email protected]
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