TÜSEB, Türkiye Cancer Institute organized the Future Health-Genomics Congress on December 8-9, 2023 in Istanbul pertaining to Genomic Studies in the field of cancer, rare diseases, and public health in Istanbul.

 

The Türkiye Genome Project Data Sharing Portal launched at the congress with attendance of international researchers, academics, and industry professionals.  ECHOS was introduced to the international scientific community at the congress, which included renowned scientists including Prof. Dr. Enzo Medico who is the leader of canSERV ENPO & EMTBN initiatives and Coordinator of the EurOPDX RI, University of Torino; Prof. Dr. Andre Utterlinden, the leader of the “Genome of Europe” working group within the European 1 + Million Genomes sequencing project; Dr. Alona Sosinsky, scientific director of Genomics of England; Dr. Said I. Ismail, Director of Qatar Genome Programme as speakers.

Prev Post
Healthcare Week Luxembourg
Next Post
ECHoS Project Book: December 2023 is already available!
Cookies Settings

ECHoS may use cookies to memorise the data you use when logging to ECHoS website, gather statistics to optimise the functionality of the website and to carry out marketing campaigns based on your interests.

They allow you to browse the website and use its applications as well as to access secure areas of the website.
These cookies are used to provide you with a more personalized experience on our website and to remember the choices you make when using our website.
These cookies direct advertising according to the interests of each user so as to direct advertising campaigns.

Required Cookies They allow you to browse the website and use its applications as well as to access secure areas of the website.

Functional Cookies These cookies are necessary to allow the main functionality of the website and they are activated automatically when you enter this website. They store user preferences for site usage so that you do not need to reconfigure the site each time you visit it.

Advertising Cookies These cookies are used to collect information to analyze traffic on our website and understand how visitors are using our website. For example, these cookies can measure factors such as time spent on the site or pages visited, this will allow us to understand how we can improve our site for users. The information collected through these measurement and performance cookies does not identify any individual visitor.