Registrations are now open for the inaugural Blood Genomics Symposium 2018 which will be held on Friday 29 June at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne.
It will feature a range of presentations by local experts and a keynote address covering practical transfusion genomics by Professor Willem Ouwehand from Cambridge University in the United Kingdom.
Topics on offer include genomics and precision medicine, genomics in the clinic, and future transfusion genomics.
The full-day event will be held in place of the annual Transfusion Update Conference.
Click here for more information and to register for the event.
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