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2nd Annual Meeting of NGFN-Plus and NGFN-Transfer in the Program of Medical Genome Research

30.07.2009
November 26-28. 2009 in Berlin
Abstract submission until: October 1, 2009
Registration until: November 6, 2009
Main topics
• Genomics of Common Disease
• Genomics of Sporadic Cancer
• Animal, Cellular & Tissue Models
• Systems Biology
• New Technologies
• Transfer from Genomics to Application
Satellite Workshops (held on November 26, 2009)
• Next-Generation Sequencing
• Epigenetic Regulation
Company
• Lunch Sessions
• Exhibition
In the bright and friendly atmosphere of the Henry-Ford Building of the FU Berlin we are happy to present internationally renowned keynote speakers and to convene the experts in German medical genome research. The conference is already the 8th annual meeting of the German National Genome Research Network (NGFN) and like every year offers its members a great opportunity for scientific discussions and exchange of ideas.

You are invited to present the results of your projects in talks and at posters. In the Ceremony: “Annemarie Poustka Poster Award of Medical Genome Research 2009”, the best posters will be rewarded. On Friday evening everybody is cordially invited to the Evening Lecture, followed by a get-together with good wine, tasty cheese and nice music.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Berlin!

Prof. Dr. Martin Hrabé de Angelis
Prof. Dr. Hugo Katus
(As Spokespersons for the Project Committee of NGFN-Plus and NGFN-Transfer in the Program of Medical Genome Research)

Dr. Tanja Jutzi | NGFN
Further information:
http://ngfn-meeting.de

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