GDRC, Cradle Mountain, TASMANIA, Australia
3rd - 6th August, 2010
This meeting, the 8th in the series has developed as the only place almost all diagnostic laboratory personnel can come together to discuss mutation detection, its successes and problems and, thanks to the inventors and often corporate sponsors, learn about new methods. The meeting will provide a good opportunity for you to share your experiences and ideas with your colleagues as it is a forum where developers of methodology can exchange ideas, and those responsible for diagnostics can compare results with specific methods. Those in agriculture, microbiology and non-medical fields are encouraged to attend.
This year for the 1st time, the Molecular Genetics Society of Australasia (MGSA), a special interest group of the HGSA, will run a satellite meeting to this one on the 1st - 3rd August in the same venue so we also encourage you to attend that meeting also.
We therefore invite all individuals involved or interested in the field of mutation detection to register. In order to achieve maximum interaction and discussion, as well as space constraints, the number of registrants is limited to 120. Registations will be accepted on a 1st in 1st served basis.
The Scientific Committee invites submissions of abstracts within the theme of Mutation Detection, the meeting is not limited to the human genome so delgates from agriculture etc are encouraged to submit abstracts. You are welcome to attend the meeting without submitting an abstract. Only those registering are able to submit abstracts.