9th Annual Biomarkers Congress

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Date Event Presentation Speakers
October 17, 2013 14th Annual G Protein-Coupled Receptor (GPCR) Retreat Genetic approaches to understand oligomerizations of GPCRs Krzysztof Palczewski
April 6, 2013 AACR Annual Meetings Epigenetic Mechanisms of Cancer Risk Chairperson: Matthew L. Freedman, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA Peter Scacheri
November 12, 2012 International Conference on Clinical Microbiology & Microbial Genomics Track 8: Current Topics in the Field of Medical Microbiology Menachem Shoham
January 13, 2011 Inaugural Protein Computational Tools Drug & Vaccine Development from Envelope Glycoproteins to GPCRs Mark Chance
Panel Discussion with Afternoon Speakers Mark Chance
September 23, 2009 TRACK 4: Bridging Silos in Biomarker Development : Third Annual Biomarker Data Analysis Molecular Synergy of Driver Genes in Colon Cancer Mark Chance
September 29, 2008 Genomic Biomarkers Integrating Gene and Protein Expression Biomarkers in a Systems Biology Approach to Colon Cancer Mark Chance
September 29, 2008 Metabolic Biomarkers Integrating Gene and Protein Expression Biomarkers in a Systems Biology Approach to Colon Cancer Mark Chance
September 29, 2008 Biomarker Data Analysis Integrating Gene and Protein Expression Biomarkers in a Systems Biology Approach to Colon Cancer Mark Chance
April 30, 2008 RNAi World Congress Conserved Roles for Small RNAs in Genome Defense Gregory J. Hannon
September 17, 2007 Biomarker Discovery Summit: Bridging the Silos in Biomarker Discovery & Validation (Sep17-19) Fifth Annual Protein Biomarkers; PROTEIN BIOMARKER DISCOVERY (08:30-16:00) Mark Chance
Fifth Annual Protein Biomarkers; PROTEIN BIOMARKER DISCOVERY: Redefining Biomarkers for Diabetes and Diabetic Complications: A Systems Biology Approach (12:00-12:30) Mark Chance
4th Annual Pharma R&D Asia Congress
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