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Interested in the future of personalised medicine?

11 August 2017

Join others at the first European Personalised Medicine Congress in Belfast from 28-30 November 2017.

The European discussion on Personalised medicine is gathering pace. In response, the European Alliance for Personalised Medicine (EAPM) wants to promote better understanding and a more integrated approach among both lay and professional stakeholders. To help achieve this they are organising the European Personalised Medicine congress in Belfast from 28 – 30 November 2017 in partnership with Queen’s University Belfast and Visit Belfast.

Disease areas, general science issues such as Big Data, genomics and clinical trials are just some of the items on the agenda which will take account of the views, progress and health landscapes in various Member States.

Who should attend?

The event is targeted at people who would like to shape the future of personalised medicine. This includes policymakers, regulators, MEPs, national healthcare officials, patient groups, Health Technology Assessment bodies, academics, research healthcare professional, industry representatives

Recommendations emerging from the conference will be promoted to influence policy and relevant legislation.

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