Mayo Clinic will be hosting the Individualizing Medicine Conference Oct. 1-3, 2012 in Rochester, Minn. The technologies of patient genome sequencing promise to forever change the way we practice medicine. Individualizing Medicine 2012: Transforming Patient Care With Genomics focuses on the promise and challenges of applying individualized medicine in clinical care.
During this three-day conference, world-renowned experts will address emerging issues and techniques in individualized medicine. Physicians and researchers from Mayo Clinic and elsewhere will share their experiences with individualized medicine through presentations and posters.
This conference offers opportunities to:
- Learn about state-of-the-art techniques in individualized medicine
- Discuss how to move advances in individualized medicine into clinical practice
- Network with leaders in the field
- Share your latest research findings
Who should attend?
- Clinicians, including midlevel providers
- Clinician-researchers and scientists
- Laboratory medicine professionals
- Bioinformaticians, medical informaticians and information technology professionals
- Genetic counselors and medical geneticists
Online meeting registration opens in April 2012. The registration fee is $300, which includes meals. Mayo employees and conference partners can register for $100. More information about travel and lodging, and how to submit an abstract, will be available on the conference website in April.
For additional information regarding the symposium and registration information, please visit the conference website.
For questions regarding this announcement, please contact Chris Schad, Conference Director, at 507-293-0408, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.