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2nd Course in Integration of cytogenetics, microarrays and massive sequencing in biomedical and clinical research

  September 28, 2009  
European Genetics Foundation , Ronzano- Bologna
18-22 october, 2009

Cytogenetics witnessed, in recent years, a series of technological innovation that forced the field to completely and repeatedly renew its approach and vision of chromosomal imbalances and copy number variation in the population, in cancer and in evolution. Molecular cytogenetics, microarray-CGH, and massive sequencing technologies are the most relevant techniques that trigged these changes.

The Course is designed to give a broad overview of these technologies and to discuss with attendants the way they could integrate each other in a modern genetic/cytogenetic laboratory.


Organized by: European Genetics Foundation
Invited Speakers:


M. Rocchi (Bari, Italy), F. Mitelman (Lund, Sweden), B. Young (London, UK)

G. Calabrese (Chieti, Italy), M. Cremer (Munich, Germany), W. Chen (Berlin, Germany), S. Debernardi (London, UK), G. De Bellis (Segrate, Italy), N. Gilbert (Edinburgh, UK), F. Speleman (Ghent, Belgium), Andrew Sharp (Geneva, CH), R. Stanyon (Florence, Italy), R. Ullmann (Berlin, Germany), J. Vermeesch (Leuven, Belgium), B. Ylstra (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), O. Zuffardi (Pavia, Italy)
Deadline for Abstracts: 10th October, 2009
Registration: www.eurogene.org
E-mail: serena.greco@eurogene.org
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