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PRESIDENT HGM 2014 HIGHLIGHTS LATEST EVENTS

Stylianos E. Antonarakis is currently Professor and Chairman of Genetic Medicine at the University of Geneva Medical School, and the founding director of iGE3 (institute of Genetics and Genomics of Geneva). He is a medical, molecular, human geneticist, physician-scientist, who studied extensively the relationship between genomic and phenotypic variation.

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The Global Alliance session at HGM 2014 will be held on 28 April 2014, 10.30am - 12.30pm. The chair & panelists include Tom Hudson, Heidi Rehm, Anthony Philippakis & Peter Goodhand.
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Harvard School of Public Health's "Genome Medicine and Bioeconomy" will be held from 12 to 16 May 2014, in Boston, USA.

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HUGO Council Election for 2014 - 2016 Results

 

We thank you for your votes.

Do join us in welcoming the following newly elected members to the HUGO Council:

 


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For more details on the Council members, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HUMAN GENOME MEETING 2014 in Geneva, Switzerland from 27-30 April 2014

 

Registration is now open! 

In 2014, the Human Genome Organisation (HUGO) is organizing the Human Genome Meeting 2014 entitled “Genome Variation and Human Health” which will be held in the beautiful and international city of Geneva in Switzerland.

With the recent advances of genome structure and function at the individual basis, the genome analysis is rapidly becoming an important tool in biomedical research and promises to make a substantial impact in global health.

This conference will explore all aspects of genome exploration and its impact in international health. Technology development, bioinformatics tools, genome-transcriptome-other “omics” issues, epigenetic aspects, ethical, legal, social and financial topics, population-specific particularities, individualized medical aspects, actionable genomic variation, animal models, metagenomes, single-cell biology, diagnostic and therapeutic issues, advanced genomic technologies, and many other related topics will be presented and discussed by world leaders in the their fields.

We encourage delegates to use this conference as a meeting place to assemble their academic interest-groups for global deliberations. This HGM 2014 on the “Genome Variation and Human Health”' will be an intellectually broad and exciting event at which ideas and researchers from around the world interact.

Check out the latest list of confirmed speakers hereFor more details, please visit the official congress website!

CHEN AWARD 2014

 

 

Thank you for your nominations!

We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to the following Chen Award 2014 Recipients:

 

Chen Award for Distinguished Academic Achievement in Human Genetic and Genomic Research

Edison Liu
The Jackson Laboratory

Chen Award of Excellence

Piero Carninci
RIKEN Yokohama Institute

 

The award ceremony will be held on 30 April 2014 at the upcoming HGM 2014 in Geneva, Switzerland. For more information on the Chen Award recipients, click here

 

ALERTS

  • Read the latest HUGO Newsletter!
     
  • HUGO Office will be closed from 30 Jan 2014, 12pm till 2 Feb 2014. Operations will resume on 3 Feb 2014. Happy Lunar New Year to all!
     
  • The latest HUGO Newsletter is out!
     
  • Log in to cast your votes for the HUGO Council Election 2014 - 2016 before 18 December 2013!
     
  • Fred Sanger, the pioneer of DNA/protein chemistry and the inventor of sequencing technology, has passed away. Read more here.
     
  • Check out the updated list of confirmed speakers for HGM 2014 here.
     
  • The latest HUGO Newsletter is out!
     
  • The Archon Genomics XPRIZE Presented by Express Scripts has been cancelled. Read more here!
     
  • Read the latest article on The HUGO Journal!
     
  • Registration for The International Forum on Genomics, Innovation and Economic Growth is now open!
     
  • Human Genome Meeting Heads to First U.S. Destination – Houston – in 2016. Read here!
 
 
 
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