The 2018 North Coast Conference on Precision Medicine, the fourth in an annual series organized by Case Western Reserve University’s Institute for Computational Biology (ICB), will take place Thursday, Sept. 13, at the Cleveland Botanical Garden (11030 East Blvd.).
Each year, the conference covers a contemporary or emerging topic in big biomedical data and precision medicine research. During this year’s conference, titled “Sequencing and Genotyping in Diverse Populations: Who Wants What Back (and When)?” speakers will cover a range of topics related to the return of research and clinical genomic results with an emphasis on diverse populations.
The conference is geared toward those doing or training in basic translational research as well as those in medicine Registration is free for trainees and early-career investigators and $25 for all others.
A list of speakers and details on the conference schedule and registration can be found on the Institute for Computational Biology website.