: Next Generation Sequencing

Next Generation Sequencing

21 - 22 March 2024 | Boston, USA
9th Annual
NGS & Clinical Diagnostics US Congress21 - 22 March 2024 | Boston, USA

Find out about the future of NGS and clinical diagnostics from critical discussions in clinical multi-omics and diagnostics development. Gain invaluable insights from thought-provoking presentations on leveraging multi-omics in precision medicine as well as liquid biopsies and learn about advanced methods to overcome bioinformatics challenges.  

The NextGen Omics US 2024 event includes...

Over 450 end users representing internationally renowned research & academic institutions, clinical research institutions, healthcare organisations as well as leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies

3 outstanding programmes bringing together key genomics experts in Next Generation Sequencing, Single Cell & Spatial Analyses, and Synthetic Biology 

Over 80 cutting-edge presentations pertaining to the most debated areas in multi omics 

Maximise your experience with our fully featured Event App, with selected presentations available to watch on-demand and extensive networking features

This Year's Agenda at a Glance

Day 1 Track 1 – Clinical Multi-Omics

Part 1 – Clinical Multi-Omics 

  • Applying genome sequencing to disease prevention
  • Advances in sample preparation and collection
  • Long and short read sequencing
  • Multi omics in the clinic – case studies
  • Biobanks for multi-omics sample collection & storage
  • Clinical trials and real-world applications

Part 2 – Leveraging Multiomics in Precision Medicine & Liquid Biopsies

  •  Liquid biopsies for cancer diagnosis & detection
  • Emerging strategies for multiomics in precision medicine

Day 2 Track 1 – Diagnostics Development & Multi-Omics

  • Adoption of AI/ML to analyze multi omics data
  • Benchmarking bioinformatics pipelines
  • Combining various multi omics technologies
  • Novel NGS analysis techniques in the clinic
  • Tools for analyzing high-throughput sequencing data
  • Bioinformatics and computational analysis tools for NGS data
  • Large scale multi omics data analysis
  • Metadata management in omics projects & application of FAIR