Are you ready to fly abroad, meet people (face-to-face), connect, learn, grow, and be inspired? Genetic conferences provide a space for researchers, clinicians, and other professionals to share the latest research and developments in genetics, discuss new approaches to treatment and diagnosis, and explore emerging technologies.
Here are our 12 Genetic conferences to keep your eyes on this year (2023), including one for 2024 that we had to include.
Where: Kassel, Germany
When: March 15-17, 2023
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The German Society of Human Genetics conference is an annual event that brings together experts and researchers from the field of human genetics to discuss the latest findings and advancements in the field. We look forward to networking and hearing from the following speakers at the event.
Topic: Extrachromosomal Circular DNA ()
Speaker: Chair: Michael Speicher () and Chair: Malte Spielmann (Deutschland)
Topic: Genetics of Aging
Chair: Sven Cichon (Schweiz) and Chair: Alicja (Deutschland)
Where: Salt Lake City, Utah
When: March 14-17, 2023
Theme: Reconnect/ Recharge/ Renew
This annual event has been planned down to the last social media image and proudly recycled poster. By virtue of the sheer amount of preparation it looks like it will be an event not to be missed. The event offers 50+ educational sessions, interactive learning opportunities, diagnostic challenge sessions, platform presentations, and networking with global geneticists. It also features hundreds of products and services in the exhibit hall and CME/CE credits for most sessions.
Here are a few speakers featured:
Aya Abu-El- – Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Yassmine Akkari – Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Susan Berry – University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, Professor
Casey Brewer – Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Where: United Arab Emirates
When: March 22-23, 2023Dubai
Hybrid conference – both online and in-person.
The conference offers the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns from researchers, practitioners, and educators. Also, practical challenges, solutions, and applications in the fields of Clinical Pharmacology, Pharmacogenetics, and Applications are discussed.
Topics that look very interesting:
– Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran
Husham – University of , Iraq
Masoumeh , Mohsen Masoodi, , Meghdad Sedaghat a
And many more prolific speakers.
Where: Orlando, Florida, USA
When: March 27-30, 2023
Learn how genomic medicine is being put into practice using the latest technology and strategies.
A few highlights:
Pharmacy and Pharmacogenomics
Incorporating polygenic risk scores into clinical practice
The impact of diversity
Precision medication management’s economic impact
Sir Munir – David Weatherall Chair of Medicine;
NHS Chair of Pharmacogenetics Jill Bates – National PHASER Pharmacy Program Manager Department of Veterans Affairs Associate Professor, Clinical Education UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Steve Scherer – Professor, Department of Molecular and Human Genetics and Human Genome Sequencing Center; Baylor College of Medicine
Hybrid conference – both online and in-person.
There will be all the same information in the online conference as there will be at the physical conference, except for the booths themselves.
Will you win one of the early career awards? Here are the awards up for grabs:
- Early Career Awards for Outstanding Science
- Isabelle Award for Research on Genetics of Intellectual Disability
- Lodewijk Award for the best talk in Statistical Genetics
- Vienna Medical Academy Award for the best talk in Translational Medicine
- Mia Award for the best talk in Cancer Research
- ELPAG Award for the best talk in the ELPAG track
A long list of confirmed speakers from all over the world will engage and educate on a wide range of topics.
We look forward to listening to these speakers. But the whole lineup is genuinely going to be great!
- Austin, Canada – Professor at The University of British Columbia
- Marta Biagioli, Italy – Associate Professor in Genetics at di Trento
- Mina – Professor of Clinical Genetics, UCL Institute of Child Health
Where: Dubai, UAE
When: July 10-11, 2023
The focus of this conference is to explore new ways to cure non-curable genetic diseases by exploring cutting-edge research and developments in human genetics.
A wide variety of tracks available at this conference: Classical Genetics, Immunogenetics Phylogenetics, Comparative Genomics, Clinical Genetics, Gene Function Prediction and Genome Annotation, Genome Integrity, Genetic Epidemiology, Common Genetic Diseases, Lethal Genetic Diseases, Cancer Genetics, Gene Therapy, Neurogenetics, Pharmacogenomics, Genetics Cardiovascular Diseases, Genetics Cardiovascular Diseases, Population Genetics, Biochemical Genetics, Biochemical Genetics, Biochemical Genetics, Yoga practice, and genetic changes.
Here is a few Keynotes Presentation:
Title: Super-resolution imaging system for DNA sequencing, genotyping, and proteomics Manohar R Furtado, Apton Biosystems Inc., U.S.
Keynote Presentation Title: medicine: Rays of hopes to cure cancer Pravin D Potdar, Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam Research Institute, India
Keynote Presentation Title: Recent developments in neurofibromatosis type 1 and : Novel therapeutic targets Meena Upadhyaya, Cardiff University, U.K.
Where: Hamburg, Germany
When: 12-14 September 2023
A guided tour through DESY’s accelerator labs and a company exhibition for networking with industry representatives will be available. In addition, the conference offers lectures and poster sessions, a dinner for networking, and a guided tour of the accelerator labs.
Some highlights include:
Approx. 250 national and international delegates are expected to attend the conference.
- Joseph Loscalzo, Harvard
- Nataša , Barcelona
- Maya Topf, Hamburg –
- Olga Tsoy, Hamburg
Where: Boston, USA
When: 4 and 5th October
An impressive line up of 150+ speakers which includes name’s like George Church, J Craig Venter, Eimear Kenny, Marilyn Li, and Euan Ashley. With 7 theatres and insightful content, the festival will cover topics such as Genomics, MuliOmics, Single-cell& spatial, drug discovery, pharmacogenomics, genomic medicine, gene editing, epigenetics, liquid biopsy, mental health, sequencing technologies, big data, polygenic risk and lots more.
Achieving a new level of precision oncology, the MAP congress offers the latest breakthroughs in molecular profiling and personalized medicine.
It aims to build a bridge between scientists and medical practitioners by connecting them with basic scientists and people who work on new technologies.
(Speakers for this conference have yet to be finalized.)
Where: Chicago, IL
When: 17-21 October 2023
Main theme: Sharpening our focus. Reflecting on purpose.
During this conference, attendees will learn about clinical and scientific best practices and new research developments. Networking with colleagues and developing professional skills are among the many benefits of attending the conference.
Speakers for this conference have yet to be finalized.
⌛Geneyx is Exhibiting. Booth #200 at
The American Society of Human Genetics #ASHG2023
Join us at ASHG 2023
It’s an event you won’t want to miss, and here’s why:
⌚ Times: Every day at 10am, 12:00pm, 3:30pm, 5pm
🧑🔬 Who will be at Booth #200?
David Yizhar, Geneyx CEO
Hagar Mor-Shaked Chief Information Officer & Geneticist
Eli Sward PhD, Director of Field Applications Support
Yaron Mazor, CTO
Eric Schultz, Ocean Genomics
Are you going? Get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: Washington DC
When: 1-5 November 2023
For the 2023 meeting, the Program Committee and Digital Learning Committee seek proposals for invited sessions or workshops highlighting the most innovative and consequential work in genetics and genomics.
Meet many potential customers and clients within a brief period.
Where: Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel, Dana Point, CA
Where: November 30 – December 1, 2023
One session relevant to our field of Genetics is Pharmacogenomics and the importance of precision medicine. For this reason, this lecture stood out to us.
” A Presentation and Panel Discussion About Patient-Centered Research Principles for the Era of Personalized Medicine looks very interesting, as do all the other lectures.”
Listen to presenter Stephen L. Eck, M.D., Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, MacroGenics and Award winner Carl June, M.D., Richard W. Vague Professor in Immunotherapy, University of Pennsylvania. These are 2 people from a long list of excellent speakers and important topics.
The venue where the conference is held is worth mentioning. It’s a stone-through from the ocean, perched on top of a cliff with magnificent views. A gorgeous venue to go to for work and networking.
Where: Silicone Valley
When: January 24-26, 2024
Bringing together recognized leaders, leading global researchers, medical professionals, and innovators across the healthcare and biotechnology sectors.
Five parallel talks spanning three full days
Sessions by leaders in the commercial, pharmaceutical, academic, government, regulatory, venture capital, and non-profit arenas
Track 2: A.I. and Data Sciences and Track 4: Sequencing, liquid biopsy, and imaging, look very interesting. There are many speakers but here are only a few of the many we recommend.
Suzanne Baker – Ph.D., Computational Staff Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley Lab
Danit Ariel – M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford
Adam Asare – Ph.D., Chief Data Officer, QLHC
C Noel Bairey Merz – MD, Director, Barbra Streisand Women’s Heart Center, Cedars-Sinai Med Center
Note that All conference dates and locations are subject to change.
Therefore, it’s always a good idea to check the conference website for the latest updates.