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Epigenomics of Common Diseases 2023

  September 14, 2023  
Wellcome Connecting Science, Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, CB10 1RQ, UK + virtual
15 – 17 November 2023

Epigenomics of Common Diseases 2023 will highlight cutting-edge work demonstrating novel ways that epigenetics can cause common diseases. Discussions will also focus on epigenetic mechanisms in complex disease, translation of research for common disease treatment, and the role of epigenetics in inheritance. You will hear new research on computational epigenomics, reference maps, and how epigenetic variation can be linked to complex traits. Technological advances and their application in the field will also be explored.

By bringing together scientists and clinicians working in basic and therapeutic epigenomic research, across a range of diseases, this meeting acts as a catalyst for advancing knowledge. There will be plenty of opportunities to establish collaborations through face-to-face networking with inclusive meals, and optional on-site accommodation.

Organized by: Wellcome Connecting Science
Invited Speakers:

Confirmed speakers:

Susan Gasser -ISREC Foundation, Switzerland
Lucia Clemens-Daxinger - LUMC, Netherlands
Jeroen De Ridder – UMC Utrecht, Netherlands
Gibran Hemani - University of Bristol, UK
Steve Horvath - Altos Labs
Klaus Kaestner - University of Pennsylvania, USA
Tommy Kaplan - The Hebrew University, Israel
Harpal Kumar - Grail Inc, UK
Elisabet Stener-Victorin - Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
Yuta Takahashi - Altos Labs, USA
Melanie Waldenberger - Helmholtz Munich, Germany
Judith Zaugg - EMBL, Germany
and more…

Deadline for Abstracts: 19 September 2023


E-mail: conferences@wellcomeconnectingscience.org
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