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Seventh International Molecular Diagnostics Europe Conference – 6-9 May 2019, Lisbon – Portugal,

/ 30 Jan 2019 /

On behalf of the Molecular Diagnostics Europe team from the Cambridge Healthtech Institute, P-BIO is pleased to inform that the Final Agenda for the Seventh International Molecular Diagnostics Europe conference is now available. In addition, early registration discounts of up to €350 are available until 8 February.

This meeting provides a nexus for diagnostic developers in academia and industry as well as end users in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector to gain a comprehensive picture of molecular diagnostics in the prenatal, oncology, infectious disease, point-of-care, and liquid biopsy fields, plus new coverage of biomarkers for immunotherapy and companion diagnostics for immuno-oncology.

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Taking place from 6-9 May 2019 in beautiful Lisbon, Portugal, the 2019 event will feature six Conferences plus a special one-day Symposium:
» Advances in Prenatal Molecular Diagnostics – Special One-Day Symposium!
» Biomarkers for Immunotherapy – New Topic!
» Companion Diagnostics for Immuno-Oncology – New Topic!
» Advanced Diagnostics for Infectious Disease
» Point-of-Care Diagnostics
» Enabling Technologies for Circulating Biomarkers
» Clinical Applications of Circulating Biomarkers

We are excited to announce the details for this year’s Plenary Session:

Precision Diagnostics in Oncology: Expanding Roles of Liquid Biopsies
Nitzan Rosenfeld, PhD, Senior Group Leader, Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, University of Cambridge; CSO, Inivata Ltd., United Kingdom

Legal and Regulatory Developments in Precision Medicine and Diagnostic Devices
Erik Vollebregt, Partner, Axon Lawyers, The Netherlands

PANEL DISCUSSION: Challenges and Opportunities in European Diagnostic Investments
Moderator: Diana Saraceni, Founder, Managing Partner, Panakes Partners, Italy

For more information on partnering, sponsorship, or exhibit opportunities, please contact Jon Stroup or Ashley Harvey.

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