Registration for the ISHG2020 meeting on September 25th is now open on Eventbrite!
Register early to avail of discounted prices for the event.
When you get the link, you can get familiar with the landing page before the event. You will be able to personalise your name with a bio and photo to aid interaction and networking on the day.
All talks and posters are will be available after the event and you will also have the opportunity to talk with and ask our speakers your questions. We hope to introduce some unique features this year that can only be delivered on a virtual platform.
We are really looking forward to the conference and engaging with as many of you as possible.
See you in September!
The meeting was a great success with attendees from all over Ireland including researchers from most universities and several key industries.
These included delegates from the official Gold level sponsors
10xgenomics, Accuscience, Amicusrx, Biomarin,
Biosciences, Genome Diagnostics Nijmegen, Genomics Medicine Ireland, Illumina, Macrogen, Genomics Core Technology Unit QUB, Stilla
and Silver level sponsors
CeGaT and MyBio.
Thanks to everyone for attending the meeting and making it a huge success!
The Keynote speakers gave impressive talks with
JAN VELDINK discussing ALS:
Several prizes were awarded on the day:
- Daniel Maloney (TCD) won best Postdoctoral Oral Presentation
- Joan Fitzgerald (NUIG) won the Young Investigator Award for Postgraduate Oral Presentation.
- Katherine Benson (RCSI) won a prize for the best postdoc poster
- Laura Whelan (TCD) won a prize for the best postgraduate student poster
- Finally, David Barton was awarded Honorary Membership of ISHG, for lifetime contribution to genetics in Ireland. David gave a very entertaining talk encompassing his own career and contributions and a brief history of the ISHG.
Looking forward to seeing everyone again in Dublin for ISHG 2020 next year.
This event brings together the clinical and research human genetics communities in Ireland, and provides delegates an opportunity to present, discuss and debate the challenges and opportunities associated with human genetics in Ireland.
Registration is open for the via Eventbrite here.
See the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/297356834512158/
and find us on Twitter @IrishSocGen
Note the deadline for abstracts has now passed. Any queries regarding late submissions should be directed to ISHG_Secretary@rcsi.ie.