For more information and to register click here
We are pleased to announce the 8th Epigenomics of Common Diseases conference and invite scientists working on experimental and computational epigenomics and epigenetics to showcase the latest developments in the field and discuss epigenomic approaches in common human diseases.
Epigenetic variation plays an important role in disease processes and provides a promising focus for disease prediction, prevention and treatment. Technological advancements in the past few years have fuelled a dramatic increase in the scale, breadth and availability of epigenomic reference maps, including populational and environmental epigenomic datasets.
This year’s conference will cover a broad spectrum of epigenomic discoveries, opportunities, and also challenges, in human normal biology and in disease.
Cheryl Arrowsmith – University of Toronto, Canada
John Stamatoyannopoulos – University of Washington, USA
Deborah Bourc’his – Institut Curie, France
Joseph Costello – UC San Francisco, USA
John Greally – Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA
Eilis Hannon – University of Exeter, UK
Kristian Helin – Sloan Kettering Institute, USA
Eva Jablonka – Tel Aviv University, Israel
Viviane Labrie – Van Andel Institute, USA
Stephanie London – NIEHS, USA
Mathieu Lupien – University of Toronto, Canada
Raphäel Margueron – Institut Curie, France
Kyung-Min Noh – EMBL, Germany
Vardhman Rakyan – Queen Mary University of London, UK
Claire Rougeulle – CNRS / Université Paris Diderot, France
Richard Saffery – Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Australia
Celebrating 100 years of Genetics in Edinburgh & the Genetics Society in the UK