‘Genomic Medicine implementation in low-resource settings’
November 28-30, 2018, Cape Town, South Africa
The 4th Global Genomic Medicine Collaborative Conference will be organized in Cape Town, South Africa, November 28-30, 2018.
The conference will mainly include scientific sessions that focus on the Implementation of Genomic Medicine in Low Resource settings.
Leaders in Genomic Medicine across the globe will be attending this highly interactive conference to define collaborative projects and strategies that will serve the global community to use genomic advances to improve clinical care.
Representatives from the developed and the developing world will share challenges and strategies to overcome them.
In addition, we will be convening industry and leaders of large genomic consortia to engage in the dialog about the potential to influence health care delivery.
The 4th Global Genomic Medicine Collaborative Conference will be held in the PRESIDENT Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa.
The meeting will be organized by the Global Genomic Medicine Collaborative and the University of Cape Town as the local host and the Golden Helix Foundation, as G2MC partner. It is the first to be organized in Africa, following the successful events in the United States in 2014, in Singapore in 2015 and in Athens in 2017.
Online registration for this event is now open.