Postgenomic technologies in medicine: from theory to practice

About the conference

More than 650 medical officers, scientists and students participated in the conference in 2015-2016. More than 45 leading world experts were our speakers, the exhibitions of 10 specialized federal and international companies were organized. Based on the results of the events, the abstract digest, which included 70 papers, were published.

More than 400 scientists, students and practitioners from all over Russia will gather in Voronezh State University and Voronezh State Medical University named after N.N. Burdenko to present their research work in the field of molecular genetics.

Postgenomic technologies are a worldwide trend suggesting the transition of biomedical science from fundamental and exploratory research to the use of "omics" technologies in the diagnosis, prediction and treatment of cancer and other socially significant diseases.

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Speakersall speakers

Jan Vijg
Professor, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
New York City, United States
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Jan Vijg

The leading scientist in the field of genetics, Professor at the Faculty of Genetics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (New York). Together with his team, Jan Vijg was the first to develop transgenic mice models for studying mutagenesis in vivo. Since then, these models have been used to study the possible dependence of aging on genome damage. Currently, Jan Vijg is developing methods for sequencing the genome of individual cells to study somatic mutations and epimutations with reference to oncology and aging of the body. The Ph.D degree Jan Vijg received at the University of Leiden, the Netherlands. He was also an invited professor of medicine at the Harvard Medical School in Boston, a professor of physiology at the UT Health Science Center at Houston (San Antonio, Texas), as well as a professor at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging (California). Jan Vijg is the author and co-author of more than 250 scientific publications, 8 patents and one of the founders of two biotechnology companies.
Yousin Suh
Professor, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
New York City, United States
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Yousin Suh

Professor, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York City, United States. Professor at the Department of Medicine and the Department of Genetics. Her research focuses on the genetic aspects of aging and aging-related diseases in aspects of functional genomics.
Claudio Franceschi
Professor Emeritus of Imunology
Professor Emeritus of Imunology
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Claudio Franceschi

Academic title and affiliations: Professor Emeritus of Imunology, University of Bologna.
Mami Noda
PhD, Laboratory of Pathophysiology. Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Kyushu University
Fukuoka, Japan
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Mami Noda

PhD, Laboratory of Pathophysiology. Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Kyushu University
Konstantin Krutovsky
Professor of Genetics and Genomics, University of Goettingen
Goettingen, Germany
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Konstantin Krutovsky

Professor of Genetics and Genomics, University of Goettingen, Germany and Texas A&M University, USA; Director, Genome Research and Education Center, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia; Leading Scientist, Vavilov Institute of General Genetics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Venue

Voronezh State University, 1 Universitetskaya pl.

Voronezh State Medical University named after N.N. Burdenko, 10 Studencheskaya Street

Voronezh State University of Forestry and Technologies named after G. F. Morozov, Timiryazev street 8