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Bay Area Bioinformatics Forum Message Board › Stanford NGS Bioinformatics Seminar; Open to general public; April 1, 2013;

Stanford NGS Bioinformatics Seminar; Open to general public; April 1, 2013; Clark Center Auditorium

Somalee D.
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Sunnyvale, CA
Post #: 5
Dear All:

Stanford Dept of Genetics is one of world's best. The department is engaged in a wide variety of genomics research that impacts basic science, population genomics and disease relevance. There is an upcoming seminar that is open to general community. This seminar is representative of the research that goes on in the department.

Furthermore, we are also heavily engaged with upcoming and established industry partners to speed up the rate of scientific discovery and development of technological resources. The seminar showcases two of our industry partners - Real Time Genomics and Ingenuity.

Details are available here. Seat are limited to the auditorium capacity so if you plan to attend, please register.

Somalee Datta
Stanford Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine
http://scgpm-bioinfor...­
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