Canceromics

The genomics era has brought huge advances in understanding of cancer biology and revealed the massive complexity of the cancer genome, as well as a striking heterogeneity at the whole-genome level that exists between even histologically similar tumors. The large accumulation and public availability of multi-omics databases with associated clinical annotation including tumor histology, patient response, and outcome are a rich source which has the ability to lead to fast translation of high-throughput omics to upgrade or recover overall survival.

  • Oncoproteomics
  • Cancer systems biology
  • Metabolomics in oncology
  • Telomerases: A target for cancer therapeutics
  • Statistical models for cancer research
  • Cell signalling & interactions in cancer cells
  • Cancer drugs discovery and clinical trials

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September 17-19, 2018

International Genome Editing & Engineering Conference

Venice, Italy

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