Combining Diverse Technologies to Solve Biomedical Problems
ABRF 2013 will explore a new trend that combines expertise from a number of disciplines focused on solving problems in biomedical research. Modern life science technologies core laboratories, with their inherent diversity, have contributed to the Convergence Science concept for a long time. From detailed single molecule analyses to large –omics studies.
ABRF members continue to be a driving force in advancing methods for translational science.
Do you work in a core facility or life sciences research laboratory?
Are you involved with the administration, operations and management of shared resources?
Are you a scientist intrigued by cutting-edge technologies and applications that can advance your research?
Are you a manufacturer of instrumentation, reagents or supplies used in biomolecular laboratories?
If so, then ABRF 2013 is the meeting you don't want to miss!
One of the notable aspects of ABRF 2013 will be the inclusion of a series of concurrent tracks that will allow presenters and attendees to explore and discuss, in depth, critical scientific, technical and administrative issues faced in the areas of:
• Genomics: hot topics to include next-generation sequencing, clinical genomics and tools and resources for analyzing genomic datasets
• Proteomics: cutting-edge sessions discussing epigenetic mechanisms, molecular interactomics, biomarkers and large data sets
• Light Microscopy: highlighting super-resolution, image processing and fluorescent probes
• Core Facility Administration: discuss current issues, strategies and solutions relevant to core management and operations
At the meeting, Core Facility Directors, Staff Scientists, Researchers, Administrators and Industry Partners will convene to present their latest research, technologies and products that form the base of Convergence Science. Join us at the premier conference for biomolecular technologies in beautiful Palm Springs, California.