MOLECULAR MEDICINE TRI-CONFERENCE 2014 CALLED A GREAT SUCCESS
Next Event to Take Place February 15-20, 2015 in San Francisco
Molecular Med Tri-Conference would like to thank all of the speakers and attendees, sponsors and exhibitors who came to San Francisco for this year’s annual event. The event drew a large number of attendees with 3,000+ participants from 40 countries networking and discussing current and emerging trends and advances in molecular medicine with a focus on drug discovery, genomics, diagnostics, and information technology.
Highlights of this year’s Tri-Conference includes:
- Expanded program that included 6 symposia, 20 short courses, and 15 conference programs, 400 presentations, 30+ interactive breakout discussion groups, and 400+ speakers
- For the first time in over 10 years we brought back a dedicated conference on sequencing. As many will recall this event’s infancy was heavily devoted to the Human Genome Project and we were excited to reintroduce sequencing to this event.
- New Conference Programs focusing on PCR, Sample Prep, Epigenetics, and Sequencing as well as new Symposia including Leaders in Precision Medicine and Circulating Cell-Free DNA.
- Three compelling Plenary Keynote presentations featuring thought leaders in Molecular Medicine, including
- David R. Gandara, M.D., Director, Thoracic Oncology Program; Professor and Senior
Advisor to Director, UC Davis Cancer Center
- Kimberly L. Blackwell, M.D., Professor of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Radiation
Oncology; Director, Breast Cancer Program, Duke Cancer Institute
- C. Thomas Caskey, M.D., FACP, FRSC, Professor, Department of Molecular and
Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine
- Plenary Keynote Panel: Emerging Technologies and Industry Perspectives with panelists from Ontario Cancer Institute, Asuragen, Biocartis, Luminex, Quanterix Corporation, The Jackson Laboratory, and Remedy Informatics
- Exhibit Hall of 200+ companies featuring novel technologies and solutions.
- Over 125 scientific posters offering the latest research.