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Thursday 23rd March 2023
Companion diagnostics for precision medicine
Royal Society of Chemistry, London

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This one-day symposium will address the development and need for companion diagnostics (CDx) for precision medicine applications. Companion diagnostics are becoming more and more important with time together with the growth of targeted therapies. Precision medicine approach aims to stratify patients with the ultimate aim of targeting patients who are most likely to respond to a specific treatment. Currently, CDx are used for many diseases lung cancer, colorectal cancer, breast cancer and melanoma.

At this symposium, delegates will be able to explore the current state of the art in vitro diagnostic tests used by the industry and explore the different scientific measurements that are needed to develop and deliver a CDx into the market.

CDx is a platform technology and can be used for many other diseases, join us and lets discuss the future of healthcare and personalised treatment.

Speakers:
Prof Felicity Boardman - University of Warwick
Dr Graham Fews - West Midlands Regional Genetics Lab / NHS
Prof George Hanna - Imperial College London
Prof Lorna Harries - University of Exeter / SENISCA
Dr Dahlia Salman - Bioxhale ltd
Dr Elizabeth Young - NHS
Prof Philip Young - University of Warwick


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DELEGATE RATES:
Concession : £ 45.00
Exhibitor GOLD : £ 1200.00
Exhibitor SILVER : £ 850.00
Exhibitor-BRONZE : £ 700.00
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Non-Member : £ 295.00
Student : £ 45.00


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SUBJECT: JPAG / Royal Society of Biology and Royal Pharmaceutical Society Symposium: Companion diagnostics for precision medicine / Thursday 23rd March 2023 / Royal Society of Chemistry, London

TITLE OF EVENT: Companion diagnostics for precision medicine

DATE OF EVENT: Thursday 23rd March 2023

EVENT LINK: https://www.jpag.org/163

VENUE: Royal Society of Chemistry, London
Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA

VENUE LINK: www.rsc.org/locations-contacts/

ORGANISED BY: Joint Pharmaceutical Analysis Group

WEB LINK: https://www.jpag.org/

SPONSORS: Royal Pharmaceutical Society and Royal Society of Chemistry

CONTACT: Hon Events Secretary JPAG, events@jpag.org


This one-day symposium will address the development and need for companion diagnostics (CDx) for precision medicine applications. Companion diagnostics are becoming more and more important with time together with the growth of targeted therapies. Precision medicine approach aims to stratify patients with the ultimate aim of targeting patients who are most likely to respond to a specific treatment. Currently, CDx are used for many diseases lung cancer, colorectal cancer, breast cancer and melanoma.

At this symposium, delegates will be able to explore the current state of the art in vitro diagnostic tests used by the industry and explore the different scientific measurements that are needed to develop and deliver a CDx into the market.

CDx is a platform technology and can be used for many other diseases, join us and lets discuss the future of healthcare and personalised treatment.

SPEAKERS:
Prof Felicity Boardman - University of Warwick
Dr Graham Fews - West Midlands Regional Genetics Lab / NHS
Prof George Hanna - Imperial College London
Prof Lorna Harries - University of Exeter / SENISCA
Dr Dahlia Salman - Bioxhale ltd
Dr Elizabeth Young - NHS
Prof Philip Young - University of Warwick




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While I really enjoy getting the opportunity to visit Burlington House for JPAG events, I thought this was excellent digital alternative. Thank you to all JPAG organizers for organizing and managing the meeting. Thanks also to the speakers for their excellent slides, pre-recorded presentations as well as their summaries and Q&A sessions during the event. (Oct 2020)

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