EXPERIENCE THE BEST IN TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT ACROSS A DYNAMIC SCIENTIFIC EVENTS PROGRAMME.
Visit us at booth 332, we’ll take you through a career defining series of events and training options that set the standard for accelerating genomics globally.
Discover the best in genomics and bioinformatics training with our courses and conferences programme. Learn more about our capacity building activities in low-and middle-income countries, and our commitment to delivering a programme that fosters diversity and inclusion.
Come and meet the team to discuss how our innovative programme can inspire and transform your career by offering access to a unique learning environment, where participants can share their knowledge, identify shared challenges, and forge new collaborations to push the boundaries of discovery in genomics.
We work with leading scientists from internationally renowned institutions to develop a programme that spans many disciplines including; Personal Genomes, Rare Diseases, Human Evolution, Antimicrobial Resistance and Microbiome research, as well as many other topics that bridge the gap between basic and translational science.
We support researchers and healthcare professionals at all stages of their career, and hope to welcome you to our stand in October 2019, at the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) congress, to learn how we can help you achieve your training and research goals.
If you are an early career scientist looking for international opportunities to present your research, or an established researcher or healthcare professional seeking networking opportunities to foster new ideas, our programme is a place you will connect and engage with the brightest minds in human genetics and genomics. As a researcher, whether you are looking for leading research and knowledge sharing, or hands-on advanced training in the latest laboratory techniques or data analyses, ACSC can equip you with the best opportunities to turn your ambitions into a reality.
“Our programme educates, inspires, and transform careers, with participants gaining tangible benefits including meeting potential collaborators, and gaining new insights that contribute to grant proposals and scientific papers” Rebecca Twells, Head of Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences.
There will also be an opportunity to enter our prize draw for a chance to win a free registration to a 2020 conference of your choice, including travel bursary support.
Key meetings for 2020 include…
Clinical Genomics: Scientific Fundamentals and Future Directions
Course dates: 29 - 31 January 2020
Genomics of Brain Disorders
Conference dates: 18-20 March 2020
Genomics of Rare Diseases
Conference dates: 25-27 March 2020
Conference dates: 20 - 22 April 2020
Plus, we will share details of our brand new series of FREE online courses.
Full details of our courses and conference programme can be found here: bit.ly/ACSCevents
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For further information or to discuss opportunities please contact: Catherine Holmes – Marketing and Communications Manager (Lead for Learning, Training and Research) on +44 (0) 1223 595 008 or via email at Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org
About Wellcome Genome Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences:
Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences is the only UK-based programme providing open postgraduate courses and conferences focused on biomedicine. We fund, develop and deliver training and conferences that span basic research, cutting-edge biomedicine, and the application of genomics in healthcare.
Over 60 events are organised each year attracting up to 3,500 scientists, clinicians and healthcare professionals to the Wellcome Genome Campus. We have a global reach with delegates from over 130 countries. We also regularly run courses outside the UK, in Latin America, Africa and Asia. These overseas courses are highly collaborative and provide training tailored to regional biomedical communities in low- and middle-income countries.