Where is the person in personalised medicine?

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Held at the Wellcome Trust Conference Centre with the support of the Babraham Institute, BIA, BioNow and the Pistoia Alliance, BioData World Congress is an unprecedented opportunity for leaders in genomics and personalised medicine to meet and discuss solutions in applying Big Data in personalised   medicine.

Ethical considerations are a paramount concern when using and sharing genomic data. Ruth  Chadwick, Professor of Bioethics at the University of Manchester is a world expert and speaker at the  Congress. We’ve asked Ruth about the role of the patient in genomics and her expectations and thoughts on the congress.

DOWNLOAD INTERVIEW to find out her answers to questions like:

  1. Ruth’s background and current projects
  2. Expectations for the event
  3. Best practices on data management and sharing

Ruth will be speaking at BioData World Congress on “Where’s the person in personalized medicine?” alongside  EMBL-EBI, Dana-Farber Cancer Institue, AstraZeneca, National Human Genome Research Institute and many more!

Join the BioData World Congress taking place on the 21-22 October 2015 at the Wellcome Genome Campus in Cambridge. For information about speakers, discussions, agenda, prices and discounts etc.,


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