Section 'Sub' Navigation:By Alysson R. Muotri - UC San Diego
2014 Symposium of the Institute for Genomic Medicine
October 17, 2014
The behavior of a complex biological system such as a tumor, a microbiome or a human brain reflects the identities and behaviors of thousands to billions of individual cells. Using new single-cell methodologies and analytics, science is beginning to unravel this complexity. It is now possible to dissect the genetic, transcriptomic and proteomic composition of thousands of single cells in parallel and at unprecedented molecular resolution. The result has been an explosion of new information on genetic mechanisms underlying development and human disease.
The 4th symposium of the Institute for Genomic Medicine (IGM) at UC San Diego featured leaders in the field of single cell genomics from academia and industry and was presented in partnership with .
2012 Nature/Institute for Genomic Medicine Symposium
November 4-5, 2012
Building upon the outstanding success of the Inaugural and 2011 Symposia at the Institute for Genomic Medicine at University of California, San Diego, this year's symposium, in partnership with Nature, is aimed at the international scientific community, with the goal of fostering and facilitating communication and collaborative initiatives in medical genomics.
- "The Human Genomics Landscape: Bringing Genomic Medicine into Focus" by Dr. Eric Green
2011 Institute for Genomic Medicine 2nd Annual Symposium
October 24, 2011
- "Decoding the C. Elegans Genome" by Robert Waterston
2010 Institute for Genomic Medicine Inaugural Symposium
October 11-12, 2010
- "Genomics in 2K10 and Beyond: Charting a Course for Genomic Medicine" by Eric Green, M.D., Ph.D.