- Theme : «Real-World Implementation of Precision Health: Using MOLECULAR Genomics to Drive Patient Engagement and Health Outcomes»
The field of cancer genomics has been advancing at a rapid pace, opening up a wealth of possibilities for translational applications. In this issue, we are excited to launch a Series of lectures that explore the role of genomics in cancer research and oncology, from current achievements to future directions.
Molecular course will be relevant to participants from across a number of fields including clinical pathology, systems biology, bioinformatics, artificial intelligence, cancer medicine, translational research, epigenomics, cancer immunology and molecular pathology. Importantly, early career researchers will have the opportunity to present their work to the international community.
Topics to be covered :
- Next generation sequencing for drug designing and development: An Omics approach for cancer treatment
- APPLYING SYSTEM BIOLOGY IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH , POTENTIAL ERA IN PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
- MOLECULAR NANOPROBES AND NANOSENSORS : A NEW GENERATION OF BIOSENSING
- DIFFERENTIAL PARTITIONING OF CANCER THERAPEUTICS IN NUCLEAR CONDENSATES.
-WIDE DISTRIBUTION AND FUNCTION OF RNA MODIFICATIONS.
- REGULATION OF THE CODING AND NONCODING GENOME BY INTEGRATOR.
- IMPORTANCE AND APPLICATIONS OF BIOINFORMATICS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE
- UPDATES IN MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY : MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY AND THE DYNAMICS OF THE DISEASE
- Cancer epigenetics and genome regulation at single cell resolution
- Identification of (neo)antigenic landscape of human tumors
- Deciphering intra-tumor and inter-tumor heterogeneity by single cell RNA-seq
- NEW YOUNG RESEARCHERS : WE SUPPORT YOUNG MOTIVATED RESEARCHERS TO ATTEND THIS MOLECULAR COURSE AND WE SUPPORT CUTTING -EDGE TRAINING OF YOUNG SCIENTISTS TO REFRESH THE BASIC KNOWLEDGE NEEDED TO PERFORM RESEARCH IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE
- IRP for COVID19
- Samples Repository
- Handling Potential COVID19
- Guidelines for Research Biospecimens during the COVID19
- Outbreak - Management of COVID19
- Biobanking of Rare Disease.
- Next Generation Biobanking.
- Biobank Role in Genomics & Personalised Medicine.
- Biobank Sustainability.
- National Biobank Networking
Title will be, Biobanking in the COVID19- Era