This conference will welcome over 18 speakers to Boston for three days of lectures, networking opportunities, and poster sessions.
Merck Boston Auditorium, Boston, US
18-20 April, 2017
This meeting will bring together leading researchers in genomics and classical mechanistic biology, in an effort to decode the information contained in mutation signatures, genome rearrangements, and alterations of karyotype in human disease. The program will highlight the latest developments in this exciting field. This meeting is co-sponsored by the Department of Cell Biology at Harvard Medical School, and we hope that it will also foster new collaborations between groups working in this research area. This meeting will select short talks from submitted abstracts.
Attendance to scientific sessions and conference materials
Refreshments and lunches during the conference
Drinks and networking reception April 18th
**"Local Student" At this time, the limited number of “Local Student” discounts available for qualifying institutions have been claimed. Qualifying Institutions include: Harvard University, Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard-affiliated hospitals and institutions, and MIT. New registrants from these institutions who register using a work email address will be placed on a waitlist and contacted if a "Local Student” discount becomes available. Students and postdocs from qualifying institutions should register as “LOCAL STUDENT ($245)”, and faculty and other researchers from qualifying institutionsshould register as “LOCAL STUDENT ($245)”.
Confirmation note: All registered attendees will receive an email confirmation from firstname.lastname@example.org within 48 hours of registering. If you do not receive this confirmation email, please contact email@example.com to secure your seat.
Titia de Lange, The Rockefeller Institute, US “Telomere crisis as a source of genome rearrangements”
Professor Sir Mike Stratton, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK (Keynote sponsored by Harvard Medical School, Department of Cell Biology) "Signatures of mutational processes in cancer"
Fred Alt, Boston Children's Hospital “Recurrently breaking genes in brain precursor cells: are there any functional or disease-relevant overlaps with those of B cells?”
Delegates are advised to ensure they have adequate travel insurance to cover their attendance at the conference in case of incident, or cancellation due to circumstances beyond Abcam's control.
All fees paid to Abcam, including registration fees are non-refundable
Substitute delegates can be made at any time by contacting Abcam Events.
Important note regarding Hotel Accommodations:
Abcam does not have an affiliated hotel agency for this event.
Please be careful of direct approaches from companies offering hotel reservations for this event. Reservations made by unaffiliated organizations may appear to be for lower rates, however they may be illegitimate, have unreasonable cancellation or change penalties, or be completely non-refundable. Please be aware of, and report any unauthorized solicitation to Abcam.