The annual Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC) will take place in Mountain View, CA, January 23 – 25, 2017. This established conference attracts over 1,200 global attendees consisting of recognized thought leaders, top global researchers and medical professionals, and innovators from across healthcare and the biotechnology sector. We are excited to have an active presence at this year’s conference with Dr. Craig Parman, Director Customer Operations for North America at BlueBee, speaking in the “Implementing a Clinical Workflow for All Constituents” session on Day 3 of the conference.
This is an exciting opportunity for our US audience to learn first-hand about the BlueBee Genomics Platform and how it will enable overcoming challenges associated with moving NGS Analytics from the research side to the clinic. This includes issues such as regulatory requirements, privacy issues, and the must-have scalability capabilities to make clinical omics a reality.
This session includes presentations by genetics counselor Kerry Kingham from Stanford University, as well as Matthew Tindall, CEO at Omicia, which makes for a well rounded and complementary set of talks in this informative segment of the conference.
Talk title: Bringing NGS Analytics from Research to the Clinic
Presenter: Dr. Craig Parman, Director Customer Operations for North America at BlueBee
Date: Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Time: 3:00PM – 3:15PM PST
Session: “Implementing a Clinical Workflow for All Constituents” in Track 1