Registration open for Jackson Laboratory program
on clinical genomics, Oct. 5-6 in Farmington, Conn.

Personal genome sequencing is here, but what will clinical genomics mean to our health, our economy, our society?

Don't miss this special program on the science and issues surrounding individualized medicine on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 5-6, at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, Conn.

The Jackson Laboratory is convening genomics experts and thought leaders from academia and industry to present the latest on novel technologies, diagnostic accuracy, disease prediction, management of big data, data security and more. Each session will include discussion of the science, social ramifications and economic and regulatory considerations.

“Clinical Genomics in the 21st Century” takes place at the UConn Health Center, 400 Farmington Ave., Farmington, in the Edmund and Arlene Grossman Auditorium in the Cell and Genome Sciences Building. Seating is limited and this event will sell out. For more information, contact Erin McDevitt of The Jackson Laboratory at 207-288-6659.

Register for Clinical Genomics in the 21st Century

Register for Clinical Genomics in the 21st Century

Registration fee of $100 includes course materials for both days, lunch and banquet dinner on October 5. Attendees are responsible for all other meals, travel and lodging.

JAX Genomic Medicine

Our new research institute in Farmington, Connecticut will discover precise genomic solutions to disease, making medicine more precise and predictable.