Meet the Biogazelle team in Q1 2019
In the coming months Biogazelle will be attending several conferences. Meet us at the Precision LBx Summit in San Diego, the ESC HFA Winter meeting on Translational Heart Failure research in Geneva, the qPCR, dPCR and NGS event in Munich, BIO-Europe Spring in Vienna, and the Revolutionizing NGS meeting in Antwerp.
HFA Winter Meeting on Translational Heart Failure Research
January 23 to 26, Les Diablerets (Switzerland)
The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) organizes this winter research meeting to explore the latest findings in the field of Translational Heart Failure research. Biogazelle’s CSO, prof. Jo Vandesompele, will be attending this meeting and give a presentation on the latest technologies to study small and non-coding RNAs. Should you be in the region and willing to meet, please contact us.
February 19 and 20, San Diego, CA (United States)
The 3rd Annual Precision LBx Summit in San Diego brings together pharma, biotech, academic and clinical leaders to discuss on the validation, clinical utility and industry applications of liquid biopsies as the non-invasive market promises to dominate the precision medicine space.
Biogazelle's CSO and Ghent University professor, Jo Vandesompele will be attending and give a presentation on Wednesday 20th, on “Streamlining RNA utility as effective circulating biomarker”. Contact us if you like to set up a personal meeting in advance.
9th Gene Quantification Event qPCR dPCR & NGS 2019
March 18 to 22, Munich (Germany)
This bi-yearly event focuses on genomics applications from RT-qPCR to digital PCR and the latest NGS technologies and data analysis and molecular diagnostics.
As expert in PCR (both quantitative and digital) and RNA sequencing, Biogazelle always participates in this event. Our CSO and Ghent University professor, Jo Vandesompele will be attending and chairing, and give two presentations on “Exploiting RNA in liquid biopsies for precision medicine purposes” and on “HTPathwaySeq: high-throughput molecular phenotyping using shallow RNA seq of cell lysates”. Contact us if you like to set up a meeting in advance.
March 25 to 27, Vienna (Austria)
The Spring edition of Bio-Europe brings along about 2500 attendees from 55 countries, making of it one of the largest life science partnering conferences, with thousands of prescheduled one-to-one meetings.
Revolutionizing Next-Generation Sequencing
March 25 to 26, Antwerp, Belgium
During this 3rd edition VIB (Flanders Institute of Biotechnology) will bring together over 30 top scientists and technology developers from both industry and academia. They will discuss emerging tools and approaches in several sessions on the latest advances In next-generation sequencing.