Genomics England Parter London 2016
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precision medicine forum conference London 2016

Precision Medicine Forum London 2016

Join us in London for a much more interactive forum

Through a combination of professionally facilitated panel discussions, focussed round table sessions, open networking sessions and “elevator pitch” style technology overviews Precision Medicine Forum London will allow you to really get to the crux of your challenges, share solutions and meet your peers, to provide an unrivalled learning and networking environment.

A new era of medicine is upon us, in which omics, science and technology are meeting to enable a sea change in the way healthcare is provided. But, if the ambitious goal of Precision Medicine is to be achieved, it requires the creative and energetic involvement of many; from biologists, physicians and technology developers to data scientists, patient groups, governments and more. Interest in the initiative’s goals has motivated and attracted visionary scientists from many disciplines but, for these efforts to be truly successful, they must cover all corners of the globe and will require significant collaboration.

Getting away from lengthy power point presentations allows all attendees to participate in discussions in an intimate and focused environment, meaning you truly gain from the collective wisdom of your some of the world’s leading scientific minds.

Meet with those at the forefront of the healthcare revolution. From NGS to CDx, health economics to Big Data, biomarker discovery to clinical trials, oncology to rare disease and research to the clinic.

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Vivienne Parry OBE (Chair Precision Medicine Forum Conference London 2016

Vivienne Parry OBE (Chair)

A scientist by training, Vivienne hosts medical programmes for Radio 4, writes widely on health, presents films, facilitates many high level conferences and debates and trains young researchers. She also has a part time role as head of engagement at Genomics England which is delivering the 100,000 Genomes Project.

Vivienne will be chairing the London 2016 Conference.