NSHG-PM 2022 Biennial Meeting

NSHG-PM 2022 Biennial Meeting
Precision Medicine Research and Implementation:
Rebooting in the Nordics post-COVID
3-4 November, 2022 – Copenhagen, Denmark

bikeMark your calendars for the 2022 biennial meeting of the Nordic Society of Human Genetics and Precision Medicine (NSGH-PM 2022). The meeting will take place November 3-4 in Copenhagen, Denmark (at a venue to be announced).

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It will be our long-delayed, first full-program in-person conference, with plenary sessions on key issues in human genetics and precision medicine, scientific symposia of the latest data, poster presentations, mentoring opportunities and more.

NSHG-PM 2022 will include topics such as:

  • Lessons from the Pandemic: Collaborative spirit and practical solutions
  • Building bridges from research to clinical implementation of precision medicine
  • National presentations of current programs and ground-breaking research
  • Nordic Infrastructure and experience sharing
  • Education and communication about precision medicine

On behalf of the organizing committee, we look forward to welcoming you in Copenhagen!


Søren Brunak, Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen
Anders Børglum, Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University
Sisse R. Ostrowski, Rigshospitalet and University of Copenhagen

Thomas Werge, RHP-Institute of Biological Psychiatry and University of Copenhagen

Note: If you are not already a member of NSHG-PM or on our mailing list, Join Now and receive discounts for meeting registration.

For more information on partnerships, sponsorship, holding satellite meetings and more, contact Mona Ibsgaard, CAP Partner, mi@cap-partner.eu or +45 70 20 03 05.

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View sessions of our 2021 Virtual Meetings

NSHG-PM 2021 Virtual Meeting

Chairs:
Mark Daly, Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland
Kári Stefánsson, deCODE genetics, Iceland

COVID-19 Response and Research in the Nordics

Chairs:
Camilla Stoltenberg, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Kári Stefánsson, deCODE genetics, Iceland