Multi-Omics in Biomarker Discovery & Precision Medicine

Online Symposium

12 November 2024 | Online, GMT (UTC+0)

Bringing together key opinion leaders from across the globe for focused discussions on utilising multi-omics approaches in biomarkers discovery & precision medicine

Key Topics Covered

  • Best practice multi-omics approaches for advanced biomarker discovery: 
        » Proteomics 
        » Transcriptomics
  • Incorporating immunoprofiling into omics-based approaches
  • Spatial multi-omics in biomarker discovery research
  • Integrating biomarker discovery into drug discovery processes
  • Multi-omics analysis in precision medicine 

Benefits of Attending

  • Meet with global key innovators in a focused symposium to hear the latest case studies in utilizing multi-omics for biomarker discovery & precision medicine. This programme takes a deep dive into best practice multi-omics approaches & technological advancements, bringing together thought leaders from across the globe for focused discussions & networking
  • Stay at the forefront of innovation by hearing about the latest methods & strategies of integrating spatial multi-omics in biomarker discovery research
  • Discuss the latest advancements in multi-omics analysis in precision medicine
  • Followed by the release of the ‘Harnessing Biomarker Discovery & Precision Medicine with Multi-Omics-Based Approaches’ report detailing key insights, methodologies, 
    and emerging trends discussed during the event for leveraging biomarkers discovery effectively

 

Oxford Global's online symposiums serve as hubs for professionals to connect, share knowledge, and inspire innovation. By bringing together experts from all geographies, we create dynamic environments where cutting-edge ideas are exchanged and boundaries are pushed. Our symposiums are highly focused, delving deep into specific topics to provide valuable insights and expertise. Through collaborative discussions and forward-thinking initiatives, we inspire new approaches and drive progress in life sciences. Join us to be part of this transformative journey towards groundbreaking discoveries and solutions!

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The Power of Real-World Data Analytics in Biomarker Discovery: A Game-Changer in Medical Research

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Meet Our Expert Speakers

Multi-Omics in Biomarker Discovery & Precision Medicine Online Symposium again brings together a panel of prominent leaders and scientists, sharing new case studies, innovative, data and industry outlooks.

Confirmed speakers include:

Claudia Fredolini
Co-Director Clinical Proteomics and Immunology Platform,
Royal Institute of Technology KTH - ScilifeLab
Jia Guo
Associate Professor,
Arizona State University
Manuel Salto-Tellez
Professor,
The Institute of Cancer Research
Priyank Patel
Senior Scientist,
Boehringer Ingelheim

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