Clinical OMICS

MAY-JUN 2019

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48 Clinical OMICs May/June 201 www.clinicalomics.com Industry Events Biomarkers and Immuno-Oncology World Congress June 17–20, Boston Now in its 15th year, the Biomarkers and Immuno-Oncol- ogy World Congress—part or World Pharma Week longest running conference and event encompassing both pharmaceutical and diagnostic developmen development in immuno-oncology, a signific biomarker R&D has shifted to biomarkers for apy patient stratification, using biomark data to choose rational combination immunotherapy, and applying immune profiling to predict respo notherapy. Latest advances in clinical a biomarkers will also be covered, including patient selection and predicting response to therapy, liquid biopsy and cell free DNA, companion diagnostics and personalized medi- cine, biomarker assay development and validation, and bio- marker-based clinical trials. And as digit impact on drug and diagnostic development, the conference will explore emerging digital biomarkers and their utility in clinical trials, advances in biosensors and wearables as clin- ical endpoints, integration of mobile health into drug devel- opment, and the latest applications of Internet of Things (IoT), and smartphones in point-of-care testing and remote patient monit UK Biobank Scientific Conference June 19, London The UK Biobank Scientific Conference will be held at the QEII Conference Centre, London and is open researchers, industry, charities, and anyone interested in making best use of this this extensive research resource, both in the U.K. and around the world. For t to attend in person, the entire event will be webcast live at www.ukbiobank.ac.uk. The event will pr able information about the data being collected—includ- ing exome and whole-genome sequencing and linkage to health records. Attendees will learn h use this valuable research resource and get briefings on findings that have already been published through use of this deep data collection. The event wi sentation of the winner of the UK Biobank Early Career Researcher of the Year com AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo August 4–8, Anaheim, CA Join more than 21,000 healthcare leaders at the 71st AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Exp showcase the cutting-edge science and technology shaping the future of laboratory medicine. Netwo ees and presenters representing the disciplines of clini- cal chemistry, molecular diagnostics, mass spectrometry, translational medicine, lab management, and other areas of emerging science in laboratory medicin meeting features more than 300 educational opportunities in the form of lectures, plenary sessions, symposia, short courses, and roundtable sessions, and the exposition hall will show products and services from more ticipating comp Next Generation Diagnostics Summit August 14–16, Washington, DC The Next Generation Dx Summit, now in its eleventh year, draws more than 800 diagnostic pro from around the world providing insight to this growing field. As the marke faster and more precise diagnostics, and regulatory and reimbursement conditions continue to evolve, the conference pro- vides opportunities for diagnostic profes- sionals to build partnerships, gain industry knowledge, and network with and learn from their peers. This year 's se six tracks, includ- ing liquid biopsy, immuno-oncology, digital pathology and AI, compan- ion diagnostics, POCT & infec- tious diseases, and business. It features training seminars in select topics and POC special foru aurielaki / iStock / Getty Image

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