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HUMAN GENOME 2022

About Conference

ME Conferences welcome all the participants globally to the upcoming conference 15th World Conference on Human Genomics and Genomic Medicine scheduled on June 8th, 2022 which is going to be held as an Online Event . “HUMAN GENOME 2022” gives an Excellence Overview on the related topics and cordially invites all the participants from Genetic Experts, Genetic Counselors Professionals and Community Health Educators, Genetic Mutations Associations, Doctors, Healthcare Professionals to interact with Experienced and well qualified people to explore their excellence. This conference specially focuses on genetic stimulations, mutations and development activities in human body.

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Speakers who are interested to participate in the conference can  submit your abstract, biography and recent photograph here and also at [email protected]

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Speakers and Delegates can register for the conference physically and virtually also. You can avail all the benefits of the registration. Group Discounts available.

Benefits of the registration:
  • Collaborating & networking with global researchers
  • Access to all sessions
  • Coffee break, and lunch during the conference
  • Abstract book and conference material
  • Group registration discounts
  • Outstanding Young Researcher Award
  • Get your abstract published in the proceeding open access journal
  • International Speaker participation Ccrtificate
  • Global exposure of your research on the conference website which has 100000+ Page views.

Target Audience

  • Medical Geneticists
  • Clinical Geneticists
  • Genetic Counselors
  • Biopharmacists
  • Genetic Consultants
  • Genomic Students
  • Researchers
  • Associations and Societies
  • Genomics Faculty
  • Genomics Scientists
  • Genomics College Authorities
  • Pharmacology Scientists
  • Pharmacology Health Professionals
  • Genetics Associations and Societies
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Training Institutes
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Manufacturing Agricultural Devices Companies

Sessions and Tracks

Track 1: Genomics

Genomics is multidisciplinary field of biology that directing in the structure, function, evolution, mapping, and manage of genomes. A genome is an organism's complete set of deoxyribonucleic acid, as well as all of its genes in addition as its stratified, three-dimensional structural configuration. Genomics, the study of genes, is creating it attainable to predict, diagnose, and treat diseases a lot of exactly and in person than ever. An entire genomic sequence contains three billion base pairs of deoxyribonucleic acid.

  • Public health
  • Disinfection
  • Mendelian Phenotypes

Track 2: Human Genetics

Human genetics is a branch of biology that deals how human traits are explained and passed down among generations. Genetics and genomics both play major roles in health and disease. Genetics refers to the study of genes and it explains how these traits or conditions are passed down from one generation to another. It well explained about all the genes. Since the genetic mutation is A - G, there are majorly three genome types exist - namely, AA, AG, and GG.

  • Health
  • Generation
  • Complex Traits

Track 3: Genetically Modified Organisms

A genetically changed organism (GMO) is an animal, plant, or microorganism whose DNA has been altered exploitation gene-splicing techniques. For thousands of years, humans have used breeding ways to switch organisms. Corn, cattle, and even dogs are by selection bred over generations to own bound desired traits. The laboratories therefore on favour the expression of desired physiological traits or the generation of desired biological product

Track 4: Epigenetics Biomarkers

Epigenetic biomarkers are trending as tools for the screening and early detection of assorted diseases, for prognostic and treatment observance, and for predicting future risk of infection development. Profound changes within the epigenetic landscape of cancer cells underlie the event of human malignancies. These changes embrace large-scale deoxyribonucleic acid methylation changes throughout the genome in addition as alterations within the compendium of post-translational body substance modifications. Epigenetic aberrations impact multiple steps throughout tumorigenesis, ultimately promoting the choice of growth cells with increasing pathogenic.

Track 5: Genomic Vaccination

Genomic vaccines take the shape of DNA or RNA that encodes desired proteins. On injection, the genes enter cells that then churn out the chosen proteins. Compared with producing proteins in cell cultures or eggs, manufacturing the genetic material ought to be easier and fewer costly. Standard vaccines to stop infectious diseases carries with it killed or weakened pathogens or proteins from those microorganisms. Vaccines that treat cancer conjointly place confidence in proteins. In distinction, a replacement quite immunizing agent that is poised to form major inroads in drugs consists of genes.

  • Genes
  • Genomic Medicine
  • Colorectal Cancers

Track 6: Human Gene Therapy

The concept of sequence medical care is to fix a genetic problem at its supply. If for instance a mutation in an exceedingly bound sequence causes the assembly of a dysfunctional macromolecule ensuing (usually recessively) in a genetic disease, sequence medical care can be deliver to a replica of this sequence that doesn't contain the deleterious mutation and thereby produces a purposeful macromolecule. This strategy is brought up as sequence replacement medical care and is utilized to treat heritable retinal diseases.

  • Heterogeneity
  • Heterogeneous gene-expression

Track 7: Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) is generally explained as the testing of pre-implantation of the stages of embryos or oocytes for genetic defects. This has been developed for couples whose potential offspring are at risk of severe Mendelian disorders, structural chromosome abnormalities or mitochondrial disorders. The past present and future of this development square measure energetically associated with the natural prevalence of body condition within the pre-implantation embryo. PGD should be enclosed in every procreative health care program. It is recognized as a very important and possible to pre-natal testing.

  • Clonal Cell lines
  • Heterogeneous Tumours
  • Cell Clusters

Track 8: Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics is outlined because the application of tools of a computation and an analysis to capture and an interpretation of biological knowledge. It is a multidisciplinary field that harnesses to applied science, arithmetic, physics, and biology. Bioinformatics uses pc programs for a spread of applications together with the determinative sequence and super molecule functions, establishing organic process relationships and predicting the three-dimensional shapes of proteins. Organism or between organisms staring at organic process relationships between organisms, and victimization the patterns that exist across DNA and macromolecule sequences to work out what their perform.

  • Polymers
  • Personalized Genetic Medicine

Track 9: Computational Biology

Computational Biology is a machine learning which expresses about the gene expression and its regulation. This is the branch which deals with the relationship between the computers and computer science to understand and create modeling of the structures and processes of life. It helps in underpinning of gene codes.

  • Gene Coding
  • Gene Mapping
  • Gene Computing
  • Gene Analytics

Track 10: Genome Mapping

The process of distribution or locating of specific a factor of a gene to particular space of a body that determines the situation of and relative distances between genes on the body. It helps to elaborate the genes and genetic markers along with the chromosomes as calculated by the frequency where they are inherited together.

  • X- Chromosomes
  • Y-Chromosomes
  • DNA Replications

Track 11: Drug Detection & Development in Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics analysis cannot alone speed up the drug target identification and drug candidate screening and refinement however conjointly facilitate characterization of aspect effects and predict drug resistance. Drug discovery and development could be a complicated, high risk, time intense and doubtless extremely rewarding method. Pharmaceutical firms virtually burn variant greenback per drug to bring it to the market. The development of a new drug needs a technological expertise human resources and large capital investment.

  • Computational Algorithms
  • Microbial Genome
  • Bioinformatics

Track 12: Genomic Approach to Drug Discovery

Genomics, specifically high-throughput sequencing and a characterization of expressed human genes, has created new opportunities for a drug discovery. Information of all the human genes and their functions may allow effective preventive measures, and alter a drug analysis strategy and a drug discovery development processes.

  • Drug Delivery
  • Drug Usage
  • Precision Medicine

Track 13: Pharma Genomics & Pharma Informatics

Pharmacogenomics are that the study of how the genes has an effect on an individual's response to medicine. This relatively new field combines a pharmacology the science of medicine and biology the study of genes and their functions to develop effective, safe medications and doses which will be tailored to a personality's a genetic makeup.

  • Medication-Related Data
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • Telehealth

Track 14: Medicine Genomics

Genomic drugs is associated in nursing emerging medical discipline that involves victimization genomic data regarding a personal as a part of their clinical care e.g. for diagnostic or therapeutic decision-making and therefore the health outcomes and policy implications of that clinical use.

  • Simulation
  • Interactive learning
  • E-learning
  • Simulation-based learning       

Track 15: Cancer Genomics

The study of cancer genomes has revealed abnormalities in genes that drive the event and growth of the many styles of cancer. This data has improved our understanding of the biology of cancer and held the new ways of designation and treating the illness or disease.

  • Morphology
  • Genomic Oncology

Track 16: Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases area disorders caused by organisms like microorganism, viruses, fungi or parasites. Many organisms sleep in our bodies. They're typically harmless or maybe helpful. But beneath certain conditions, some organisms would possibly cause unwellness. Some infectious diseases usually passed from one person to another person.

  • Infectious Mononucleosis
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Giardiasis
  • Diphtheria

Track 17: Personalized Medicine

A personalized medication is associate rising a follow of a medication that uses a person's a genetic profile to guide choices created in the respect to the bar, diagnosis, and treatment of sickness. Personalized the medication, as a result of it's to support every patient's a distinctive genetic makeup, and is commencing to overcome the constraints of an ancient medication. More and more it's permitting health care suppliers to: shift the stress in a medication from a reaction to a bar. Predict a condition to sickness.

  • Breast Cancer Cells
  • Health Biomarkers
  • Precision Medicine

Track 18: Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is that the ability of a  computer or a robot controlled by a computer to try and do tasks that are done by humans as a result of they need human intelligence and discernment.

  • Reactive Machines
  • Limited Memory
  • Theory of Mind
  • Self-Awareness

Track 19: Cognitive Computing

The goal of a psychological feature computing is to simulate human thought processes in computerized processed model. The self-learning algorithms that use data processing, pattern recognition and a linguistic communication process the computer will mimic the method the human brain works.

  • Cognitive Models
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence

Track 20: Semantics and Interoperability

The Semantics ability is that the flexibility of computer systems to exchange information with unambiguous, shared which suggests. Linguistics ability is also a requirement to change a machine numerable logic, an associate degree differencing, an associate degree info discovery, and an information federation between knowledge systems.

  • Healthcare system
  • Structural Interoperability
  • Health Information Exchanges

Track 21: Genomic Information in Medicine

Genomic medication is that the study of our genes and their interaction with our health. Genetic science investigates however a person’s biological data are accustomed improving their clinical care and health outcomes e.g. through an effective identification and personal treatment.

  • Pharmacology
  • Immune Receptors
  • Nucleotide Polymorphism

Track 22: Microbial Genomics and Immunotherapy

The genetic data is contained in the order of the nucleotides of a DNA strand. The genome is the standard term for the entire DNA found in an organism. Multiple chromosomes and/or plasmids can be seen in some bacterial genomes, and many bacteria carry multiple versions of the genomes per cell.

  • Haematology
  • Oncology
  • Conventional trials

Track 23: Emergency Medicine

Emergency medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with illnesses or injuries that requires emergency medical intervention. Emergency physicians are always learning how to treat for patients of all ages who are unexpected and undifferentiated.

Track 24: Clinical Trials and Research in Cell and Gene Therapies

The field of immunotherapy is rapidly evolving nowadays. ICON recognises the distinct obstacles that these investigations pose in comparison to conventional trials. Our multi-functional staffs of immune-oncology, cellular, and gene therapy experts provides end-to-end assistance for these difficult studies that put even the most experienced project teams to the test. We have the skills and expertise to assist you every step of the way, irrespective or nature of your programme. Haematology-oncology, rare and orphan illnesses, CNS, ophthalmology, musculoskeletal, infectious diseases, and cardio-metabolic disorders are among our CGT specialties.

  • Regulatory Intelligence
  • Therapeutic Knowledge
  • Medical Informatics Data

List of Societies and Associations

List of Human Genomics and Genomic Medicine Centres in Singapore:

  • Genome Institute of Singapore
  • Genomic Medicine Centre
  • National Cancer Centre Singapore
  • National University Cancer Institute, Singapore (NCIS)
  • Terra Medical Hair & Aesthetic Clinic
  • easyDNA Singapore
  • DNA Engineering Pte Ltd
  • Paternity Testing Corporation Singapore
  • DNA Diagnostic and Research Laboratory
  • DNA Learning Lab
  • Kingsway Medical Clinic (Clementi)
  • OncoCare Cancer Centre (Gleneagles)
  • Eli Lilly (Singapore) Pte Ltd
  • Agilent Technologies Singapore (sales) Pte Ltd

List of Human Genomics and Genomic Medicine Centres around the world:

  • National Human Genome Research Institute
  • Baylor College of Medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center
  • Whole genome resequencing(WGS) - NGS Service
  • Genomic Medicine With Parexel - Genomic Expertise
  • Harvard Medical School

Related Societies

United States: Center for Personalized Genetic Healthcare| Duke Center for Applied| Genomics & Precision Medicine| Thermo Fisher Scientific| ERAS web based care system| City of Hope - A World-Class Cancer Hospital

Europe: Golden helix Enabling Precision Medicine | CeGaT GmbH - Genetic and Genomic Counseling| Synbio Technologies| Map my genome | Nanopore/PacBio service| Medgenome University of Oxford

Middle East: Centre for Arab Genomic Studies| Saudi Human Genome Program | Dubai Genomics| Well Woman Clinic | Dubai Health Experience | GlaxoSmithKline | Maternity Hospital UAE| Next Generation Sequencing lab | Crown Human Genome Center| The Institute of Human Genetics | Regeneron Genetics Center | Futura Genetics

Asia Pacific: Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology | BGI Group | Color Genomics | Murdoch Children's Research Institute | Utility and Diversity | Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi, India | Bangor University | Ulster University | NSU Genome Research Institute | University of Groningen | University of Essex

 

To Collaborate Scientific Professionals around the World

Conference Date June 08-08, 2022

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Keytopics

  • Allgenes
  • Artificial Chromosome
  • Bacterial Artificial Chromosome
  • Biotechnology
  • Cap Analysis Gene Expression
  • Chromatin Immunoprecipitation
  • Clones
  • Confocal Microscopy
  • Cosmid Microcloning
  • Deoxyribonucleic Acid
  • Dinucleotide
  • DNA Clone
  • Electronic PCR
  • Fingerprinted Clones
  • FISH Methodology
  • Fluorescence Microscopy
  • Gap
  • Gene Expression
  • Gene Targeting
  • Genetic Counseling
  • Genetic Screening
  • Genome Sequence
  • Genome-level
  • Genomic Disorders
  • Haploid Chromosome
  • Haplotype
  • Hashing Algorithm
  • Human Gene
  • Mate Pair
  • Mate Pair
  • Nucleotide
  • Optical Bio-imaging
  • Optical Mapping
  • Positional Cloning
  • QTL Analysis
  • QTL Mapping
  • Radiation Hybrid Mapping
  • Restriction Enzyme
  • Ribonucleic Acid
  • RNA
  • Segmental Duplication
  • Spectroscopy
  • Stem Cells
  • Transgenesis
  • Trinucleotide
  • Vector Sequence
  • Yeast Artificial Chromosome