The 11th Annual Meeting of the International Conference on Genomics (ICG-11), organized by BGI, will take place from Friday, November 4 to Sunday, November 6, 2016, in the newly opened China National GeneBank, Dapeng Peninsula, Shenzhen.
Over the past decade, the ICG meetings have developed into one of the most influential annual meetings in the ‘omics’ research community, and have become a forum that facilitates international collaboration and global partnership.
ICG-11 will enable more innovation and inspiration to the scientific community - bringing together key scientific leaders and rising stars, as well as industry veterans, young researchers and scientific enthusiasts from all over the world.
Following the “Needed by All, Owned by All, Done by All, Shared by All” spirit of the Human Genome Project (“HGP Spirit”), the theme of ICG-11 is “Omics for All – Global Partnership”. The goal of this meeting is to reinforce and expand collaboration in omics research at all levels, as well as focus on topics related to precision medicine and healthcare; omic efforts to alleviate agriculture and poverty; green ecology and bio-economy; big data and biobanking; advanced intelligent manufacturing, and much more.
Early November is the best time to visit the Southeast region of China due to the good weather and flowers still in bloom. It is also the best time to appreciate the wonderful sea views and the developing natural beauty of the Dapeng Peninsula. The ICG-11 meeting will also represent a significant moment, as the new China National GeneBank opens its doors to the public for the first time.
Join us and, in this wonderful setting, exchange ideas, experience technical breakthroughs, and meet with your colleagues and friends, both old and new.
We look forward to you joining us in this significant event in Dapeng/Shenzhen.
Proposed Topics (Call for Presentation and Poster Abstracts, Updated on July 29, 2016)
1. Actions toward Precision
1.1 Precision Medicine
1.1.1 Global Partnership and Perspectives on Precision Medicine
1.1.2 Precision Diagnostics & Treatment of Cancers
1.1.3 Rare Diseases and Monogenic Traits
1.1.4 Common/Complex Diseases
22.214.171.124 Cardiovascular and Crebrovascular Diseases
126.96.36.199 Aging and Age-related Diseases
1.1.5 Preimplantation, Prenatal and Newborn Genetic Testing
1.2 Precision Agriculture
1.2.1 Precision Agriculture and Green Ecology
1.2.2 Omics-Based Precision Breeding
1.2.3 Agro-economy and Poverty Alleviation
1.3 Precision Manufacturing
1.3.1 Innovation in Sequencing Technologies
1.3.2 MS and Other Omics Instruments
1.3.3 Intelligent Lab and Smart Devices
1.4 Big Data and Genebanking
1.4.1 Genebanking and International Networks
1.4.2 Big Data for Medicine and Life Sciences
1.4.3 Data Sharing and Mining
2. Innovation by All
2.1 Bio-economy Advancement
2.1.1 Global Investment and Venture
2.1.2 Disruptive Innovation in Industries
2.1.3 Incubators & Start-up
2.2 Technology Invention
2.2.1 Genome Editing
2.2.2 Synthetic Biology
2.2.3 Immune Cell Engineering and Cancer Immunotherapy
2.2.4 Proteomics and Trans-Omics
2.3 Science Discovery
2.3.2 Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Development
2.3.3 Pathogenomes and Resistomes
3. Panel Discussions about the Future
3.1 Future Cities – A Panel Discussion with Global Renowned Mayors
3.2 Future Healthcare – A Panel Discussion with Global Leading Hospital Directors
3.3 Future Agriculture – A Panel Discussion with Global Agricultural Leaders
3.4 Future Universities – A Panel Discussion with Global Top University Presidents
3.5 Future Society – A Panel Discussion with Global Social and Bioethics Experts
3.5.1 “Against Genetic Discrimination” in Genetic Counseling
3.5.2 “Omics for All” – The 20th Anniversary of Bermuda Rule
3.5.3 The 20th Anniversary of Birth of Dolly the Sheep
3.6 Future Education and Popularization of Science
3.6.1 Elite Panel
3.6.2 Dean Panel
4. Satellite Meetings
4.1 Women in Life Sciences
4.2 Asian Bioethics Forum
All participants are invited to submit the abstracts for the Poster Display. All abstracts will be reviewed and selected by the Secretariat of the ICG-11 Organizing Committee, and selected posters will be presented in the designated poster area.
*Presenting authors must register for the conference prior to submitting an abstract.
*All abstracts must be submitted or modified before August 31, 2016.
*Poster size is 1.2m (H) x 0.9m (W).
*Please check the abstract carefully for typographical errors, author’s name and organization before submission. The Secretariat of the ICG-11 Organizing Committee does not proofread or correct spelling, typographical or grammatical errors.
* The Secretariat of the ICG-11 Organizing Committee will contact the authors of selected posters by e-mail before September 15, 2016.
* The Secretariat of the ICG-11 Organizing Committee will print the poster for free if the final poster design is sent to email@example.com before October 15, 2016.
*Any questions about the abstract should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early Bird Registration (Before July 30, 2016)
Advance Registration (Before September 15, 2016)
Regular Registration (After September 15, 2016)
ICG-11 (Standard Package)
The Secretariat of the ICG-11 Organizing Committee
Tel: +86 (755) 3630 7214
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