International Conference on Cancer Genomics and Personalized Medicine Conference 2016



Hyderabad, Hyderabad

6th Oct 9:00am - 8th Oct 6:00pm


After the grand success of the International Cardiology & Cardiovascular Medicine Summit - 2016 in Dubai which had received an overwhelming response from all over the world, the conference had participants from more than 30 nations. Subhadra Healthcare & FABA (Federation of Asian Biotech Association) with the support of School of Life sciences, University of Hyderabad would like to continue working in the healthcare domain, by identifying diseases and conditions which require great emphasis. Subhadra Healthcare is keen in organising global platforms for discussing and debating on the prevention strategies and innovations on such diseases and conditions. Subhadra Helalthcare & FABA (Federation of Asian Biotech Association) would take this privilage to announce the International Conference on Cancer Genomics & Personalised Medicine - 2016 whcih is being held at Hyderabad from December 06th - 08th  2016. The theme of the conference is “Making Precision Medicine a Reality Through Cancer Genomics". The conference is organized by Subhadra Healthcare & FABA (Federation of Asian Biotech Assocation) for creating a unique global platform for clinicians, researchers, academicians, industrialists from world-renowned institutions to share and exchange new clinical studies and advancements in Cancer Genomics & Personalised Medicine.


The scientific program will feature live workshops, interactive education sessions, B2B meetings, round-table discussions apart from the conventional plenary sessions, featured symposium, break out sessions and oral presentation sessions for abstracts and challenging cases. In addition, the International Conference on Cancer Genomics & Personalised Medicine - 2016 will feature live cases and Internationale courses in an interactive format throughout the conference. Our endeavour is to provide a stimulating and thought- provoking scientific program. We sincerely hope that the blend of pleasant weather, warm hospitality and revitalising social evenings will make the scientific environment richer.