51 expert speakers including:

  • Michael GonzalesDirector, Computational Biology, Translational Research Celgene

  • Thomas TibbittsResearch Director Infinity Pharmaceuticals

  • Shashikant KulkarniDirector, Clinical Genomics, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Genetics & Pathology Washington University School of Medicine

  • Patrick WarrenDirector of Genomic Medicine The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

The definitive technical meeting for translational NGS professionals.

Join NGS Translate, the most comprehensive translational next generation sequencing meeting and immerse yourself in a world where everybody you meet is committed to making NGS a commercial reality. An environment that makes progress happen in just 3 days out of the office.

You’ll find an unparalleled level of technical detail packed into each of our 3 streams. Get those burning questions answered, tackle your challenges head on and go back to the office with a clear idea of how to advance your NGS project. Every minute you spend at NGS Translate is dedicated to helping you solve your NGS headaches. For more information on the streams, please click here to download the brochure.

Over 50 unique presentations delivered by more than 46 individual companies across every stakeholder group that is working in the NGS field. Over 150 of your peers from drug development, academia, technology, regulation and the clinic. That means it’s the perfect opportunity to brainstorm ideas and hear novel approaches to overcome your challenges from peers who are involved in applying NGS at different stages to you. Click to view the full speaker line up.

How valuable would it be for you to be able to access data relating to the most cutting edge advances now? And immediately apply these approaches when you get back to the lab before your competitors? NGS Translate offers you new experiences, unpublished data and access to pharma/biotech who’ve never spoken at an NGS meeting before.  

Rapidly move your team and business from NGS as it is used today and align it with your vision of NGS in drug development.

Download the final agenda now (including full speaker line up, stream information, workshop details, pricing & discounts and much more.)

Build Your Own Agenda

 

An abundance of choice: Tick off every topic on your own agenda by picking the presentations of most relevance and interest to you across 3 complete, technical streams.

6 days of content packed into 2 days: Covering the entire drug discovery & development process, you and your colleagues will leave the meeting with no questions unanswered.

  1. The Drug Development Applications Stream will provide you with the knowledge you need to practically apply NGS to generate patient selection hypotheses, identify novel targets, discover biomarkers even earlier in drug discovery and successfully employ metagenomics to develop Microbiome targeted therapeutics
  2. Attend the Clinical Applications Stream to understand how you can establish clinical utility of NGS, identify actionable mutations from clinical samples and integrate NGS technologies into the clinical setting to make better diagnoses
  3. In the Data Handling, Analysis & Integration Stream, you will hear the latest strategies to store your data in a manageable way, optimize you bioinformatic tool box and integrate diverse ‘omics’ data sets to uncover new therapeutic strategies

 

Informative master class workshops

Get your specific challenges solved during the interactive pre-conference workshops and get a head start with the learning and networking by meeting people from your speciality within NGS.

  1. Workshop A is hosted by New York Genome Center will show you how to select the most appropriate data sets & formats and integrate all the information seamlessly into your drug discovery program
  2. During Workshop B, CAP and Harvard Medical School will examine what is required to promote clinical adoption of NGS, how you and your organization can prepare for NGS technology as it moves into clinical diagnostics and how to keep up with an ever evolving clinical landscape
  3. Workshop C, led by Cornell University and Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory, will discuss how you can navigate the major challenges in data processing and analysis and translate exome and genome sequence data into meaningful clinical information

Click here to find out more about the workshops.

Who will attend?


  • Large and small drug developers who are currently translating NGS information into meaningful applications to inform research and clinical development
  • Universities and genome centers keen to see how their pioneering research is being translated into drug development and looking for collaborations and funding opportunities
  • Physicians looking to understand how they can use information from the genome to make better treatment decisions
  • Technology providers keen to showcase their latest innovative platforms and equipment for sequencing, analysis and application of the genome
  • Software providers who can showcase their latest solutions to help solve the ‘Big Data Challenge’ that is currently holding the industry back
  • Diagnostics developers aiming to turn sequencing innovations into clinical diagnostics

Join 150 of your peers from drug development, academia, technology and the clinic and take away the data and practical solutions you need to advance the NGS project in your lab.

What’s next?

Download the brochure for all the meeting information. Find out what you can expect to learn, see the full speaker line up and all the meeting details. 

Don't waste time! Get the best rates by securing your place now. Book online or call + 1 212 537 5898.