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Molecular Diagnostics World Summit (MolrDIAx 2016)
19 - 20 May

Organising Committee and Key Speakers

  • Conference Focus

    Next Generation Diagnostics for Better Public Health

    Molecular Diagnostics World Summit 2016 conference will bring together experts from Industry, Academia, Government Agencies and Public Health Organisation globally to explore and gain insight into new molecular diagnostics development strategies, trouble shooting and solutions.

    Reasons to Attend

    • 100's of Clinical Professionals from over 50 Countries
    • 20+ World Renowned Expert Speakers
    • Over 10 hours of Dedicated Networking & Interactive Sessions.
    • Dedicated platform for Knowledge Sharing and Networking

    Key Themes

    • Point of Care Testing
    • PCR
    • NGS
    • Antimicrobial Resistance
    • Infectious Diseases / Cancer

    Who Will You Meet

    VPs, Directors, Heads, Medical Microbiologists, Biomedical / Clinical Scientists, Managers, Scientific Advisors, Consultants, Senior scientists, Project Leaders, Research Scholars, Academicians, and all professionals with intermediate to advance knowledge and experience in the following

    • Intellectual Property
    • Expression Systems
    • Market Entry
    • Product Development
    • Bioanalytics
    • Bioinformatics
    • Biomanufacturing
    • Biotechnology
    • Clinical Diagnostics
    • Clinical Immunology
    • Clinical Microbiology
    • Commercial Biologics Development
    • Immunogenicity Testing
    • Molecular Testing
    • Molecular Biology
    • Molecular Diagnostics
    • Next Generation Sequencing
    • Patient Safety
    • Protein Characterization
    • Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
    • Partnering and Licensing
    • Venture Capitalist
    • Public Health Authorities University

    Note: Please email sharon@gravitonevents.org - for details on Poster Presentation abstracts - Extended till 30th March 2016

    For more details, Please email info@gravitonevents.org

  • Day 1

    08:30 – 09:30

    Registration & Refreshment

    09:30 – 09:45

    Chairperson's opening remarks

    Professor Mikael Kubista, Chairman, TATAA Biocenter, Sweden

    09:45 – 10:45

    Opening Keynote Address

    Small Systems, Big Impact: Point of Care Testing Meets Molecular Diagnostics
    Dr Gyorgy Abel, Director, Molecular Diagnostics, Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, and Instructor in Pathology, Harvard Medical School, USA

    10:45 - 11:05

    Morning Refreshment Break – Poster Viewing & Exhibitio

    11:05 – 11:45

    Validation of Biomarkers and Translation for Diagnostic Use

    Dr Karen E Kempsell, Senior Project Leader, Public Health England, UK

    11:45 – 12:35

    From Serum to Saliva Diagnostics – Comparative Studies on DNA-methylation- microRNA- and protein Biomarkers

    Dr Christa Nohammer, Senior Scientist, Health & Environment Department, Molecular Diagnostics, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH

    12:35 – 13:35

    Networking luncheon

    13:35 – 14:35

    Panel Discussion & Interactive Session:

    Obstacles and Opportunities in developing Molecular Diagnostics - Journey from Research to the Market

      Moderator: Dr Gyorgy Abel

    • Panelists:
    • Dr Karen Kempsell
    • Dr Juan Roman
    • Dr Peter Muir

    14:35 – 15:25

    Mass spectrometry in Infectious Disease Diagnostics

    Prof. Haroun Shah

    Middlesex University, UK

    15:25 – 15:45

    Afternoon Refreshment Break – Poster Viewing & Exhibition

    15:45 – 16:25

    Evaluation of Commercial Assays for Molecular Diagnosis of Infectious Disease

    Dr Peter Muir, Consultant Clinical Scientist, Public Health Laboratory Bristol

    16:25 – 16:55

    Developing commercially successful PoC devices - the whole picture

    - Richard Hammond, Technology Director, Cambridge Consultants, UK.

    16:55 – 17:05

    Chairperson's closing remarks

    17:05 – 18:30

    Networking Drinks Reception


    END OF DAY 1

  • Day 2


    Registration & Refreshment


    Chairperson's opening remarks

    Dr Andrew Sails, Head of Molecular Diagnostics and Research and Development, National Infection Service, Public Health England, UK


    Opening Keynote

    Viral Pathogen Surveillance using Next Generation Sequencing

    Professor Paul Kellam, Vice President Infectious Diseases and Vaccines, Kymab


    Morning Refreshment Break – Poster Viewing & Exhibition


    Integrated software for analyzing NGS data in molecular diagnostic settings

    Dr Stephan Pabinger, Scientist, Health & Environment Department, Molecular Diagnostics, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH


    Application of Next Generation Sequencing to analyse Gene Mutations in Patients

    Dr. Wafa Elbjeirami, Consultant, Molecular Diagnostics Lab, King Abdullah Medical City, Saudi Arabia


    Networking Luncheon


    Quality aspects and tools in Molecular Diagnostics – Implications of the new CEN and ISO guidelines Prof Mikael Kubista, TATAA Biocenter, Sweden


    Molecular techniques for the detection of human fungal pathogens

    Dr Gemma Johnson, Consultant, OLM Diagnostics, UK


    EbolaCheck: Point of Care qPCR matches lab-based clinical diagnostic laboratory Ebolavirus detection sensitivity

    Dr. Sterghios A. Moschos Reader in Industrial Biotechnology & Biochemistry, University of Westminster and Director, Westminster Genomic Services


    Afternoon Refreshment Break – Poster Viewing & Exhibition


    Rapid molecular assays for diagnosis of tuberculosis & drug resistance: Benefits & Barriers

    Dr Jyoti Chaudhary, Asst Professor, Department of Microbiology, Dayanand Medical College & Hospital, Ludhiana, Punjab, India


    Italian Data On Antimicrobial Resistance. A Lens On Sant’orsola University Hospital

    Dr VALENTINA DI GREGORI, Public Health Epidemiologist, Ferrara University Hospital, Italy


    Associations between multidrug resistance, plasmid replicons, phylogenetic groups and virulence potential among pathogenic and commensal Escherichia coli from broiler chickens in Australia

    Leena Awawdeh, University of Queensland, Australia


    Chairperson's closing remarks & END OF CONFERENCE

  • Speakers

    Professor Paul Kellam
    Vice President Infectious Diseases and Vaccines


    Prof. Haroun Shah
    Middlesex University, UK

    View Profile Haroun N. Shah obtained his PhD in Microbial Biochemistry from the University of London in 1981. He completed his MRCPath in 1990 and then became a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists (FRCPath) in 1996. He has held senior academic appointments at the University of London for 25 years with intermittent periods (2-3 years) in Canada and the Middle East. His research interest initially focused on the role of anaerobic bacteria in human diseases and encompassed microbial chemical structure, evolution, metabolism and molecular pathogenicity. He was a founder member of the “Society for Anaerobic Microbiology” (SAM) in the UK and later Canada and Chaired the Gram negative, anaerobic international taxonomic subcommittee between 1996 - 2012. When he returned to the UK, he took up his first appointment outside university in 1997 as Head of the Molecular Identification Services Unit at the UK’s Health Protection Agency Centre for Infections, London - later renamed ‘Public Health England’ (PHE) in 2013. His laboratory became part of PHE’s renowned “Department of Bioanalysis and Horizon Technologies” (DBHT) whose head of department initiated a DNA sequencing service and whole genome sequencing in PHE in 2011. Professor Shah’s laboratory, which began exploring the clinical diagnostic potential MALDI-TOF Mass spectrometry in 1998, reported the first database of microbial mass spectral profiles in 2004 and paved the way for this technology into clinical diagnostics globally. Within DBHT, this work was expanded to include tandem mass spectrometry and became PHE’s first ‘Proteomics Research Unit’. The group which comprised a vibrant group of scientists, PhD students and visiting scientists who developed a number of proteomic and mass spectral techniques for the characterisation of microorganisms and for studies on microbial pathogenicity, dissolved with Professor Shah’s departure in June 2015. Much of the work (published in “Mass Spectrometry for Microbial Proteomics” ed. H.N. Shah and S.E. Gharbia, Wiley, 2010) has been transferred to Department of Natural Sciences, Middlesex University, where the author currently works. Hide

    Professor Mikael Kubista
    TATAA Biocenter, Sweden

    View Profile Dr Kubista is the founder and CEO of the TATAA Biocenter (www.tataa.com) and head of the department of gene expression at the institute of Biotechnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences. He was one of the pioneers contributing to the development of quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR) and introduced qPCR for single cell expression profiling. He led the development of reagents for high throughput single cell expression profiling and quality control at TATAA, and he developed qPCR tomography for intracellular expression profiling. He coauthored the Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative Real-Time PCR Experiments (MIQE) guidelines and he is member of the CEN and ISO workgroups drafting the forthcoming technical specifications and guidelines on the preanalytical processes in molecular diagnostics. Hide

    Dr Andrew Sails
    Head of Molecular Diagnostics and Research and Development
    National Infection Service
    Public Health England, UK

    View Profile Dr Andrew Sails is a Consultant Clinical Scientist at the Public Health England Microbiology Services Laboratory in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK where he is Head of Molecular Diagnostics and Research and Development. He graduated in Biology from Manchester University in 1991 and began his clinical microbiology career at Preston Public Health Laboratory. Further postgraduate study resulted in a Masters degree in Biomedical Science from Manchester Metropolitan University and a PhD in Medical Microbiology from the University of Central Lancashire. He carried out postdoctoral research the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, USA research into the development of DNA sequence-based subtyping of Campylobacter and other pathogenic foodborne bacteria. . He returned to the UK in 2003 to take up his current post at Newcastle, where he leads the development and evaluation of new technology and methods for microbiological diagnosis, identification and typing of microbial pathogens. In 2004 he was awarded the W.H. Pierce Memorial Prize for outstanding contributions to bacteriology by The Society for Applied Microbiology. He has worked extensively in the area of molecular diagnostics and molecular epidemiology of infectious disease (M. tuberculosis, Campylobacter and C. difficile in particular) and has published in these areas. His current research interests include the detection and fingerprinting of pathogens and the application of molecular biology to clinical microbiology to aid the diagnosis and management of infectious disease. He has served on the editorial board of several journals including Applied and Environmental Microbiology, the Journal of Clinical Microbiology and the Open Microbiology Journal. He is a member of several learned societies including Society for Applied Microbiology, The Federation of Clinical Scientists, The Association of Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine and is an affiliate member of the Royal College of Pathologists. Since 2005 he has been a member of The Society for Applied Microbiology Executive Committee and is currently serving as its Honorary Meetings Secretary. He was also recently appointed as a Visiting Fellow at Northumbria University where he is contributes to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and PhD supervision. Hide

    Dr Gyorgy Abel
    Director Clinical Chemistry- Molecular Diagnostics
    Immunology - Point of Care Testing
    Harvard Medical School, USA

    Dr Karen Kempsell
    Senior Project Team Leader
    Genomics & Diagnostic Technologies,Public Health England

    Dr Peter Muir
    Consultant Clinical Scientist
    Public Health Laboratory Bristol

    Sterghios Moschos, Ph.D
    Reader and Associate Professor, Biomedical Sciences
    University of Westminster, United Kingdom

    View Profile Dr. Moschos FRSC FIBMS MRSB obtained his BSc (HONS) on Molecular Biology at the University of Portsmouth and PhD in Pharmaceutics at University College London. As a postdoc he engaged on oligonucleotide therapeutics and biomarkers research which lead to his recruitment by Pfizer to lead UK efforts in this space. Since 2011 he has been working at the University of Westminster focusing on developing and translating novel molecular assays into bedside solutions in the companion diagnostics and infectious disease space Hide

    Dr Valentina Di Gregori
    Public Health Epidemiologist
    University of Bologna, Italy

    View Profile Valentina Di Gregori graduated in 2004 from the School of Medicine of the University of Bologna. After some work experiences in the clinical research, she succeded in attending the Drugs Assessment and Pharmacoepidemiology Master at the University of Bologna and then she graduated from the School of Public Health at the University of Bologna(2015). Her activities since then are epidemiological and methodological research works. She had participation in many different international project (e.g.MEDALL,CHICOS and MASSACHUSSETS project) and collaborated in some editorial publications (OSSERVASALUTE 2009-2011 and IGIENE E SANITà PUBBLICA-Esculapio 2012) . In 2012, she collaborated with the National Institute for Health on the surveillance program for meningococcal and pneumococcal infections and vaccination. Several abstracts and 12 original papers are published dealing with many of the Public Health related topics such as Infant Mortality, Breast Cancer , Diabetes in adults,Infectious diseases, Bibliometry and Physical activity. She is now doing consulting and publishing with many italian institutional partners such University of Bologna and National Agency for the Evaluation of the Research. She is one member of the coregroup of Infectious Diseases control section of the European Public Health Association. Hide

    Dr Gemma Johnson
    Consultant Scientist
    OLM Diagnostics, UK

    View Profile Gemma gained her BA and MA in Genetics from the University of Cambridge (2004). She has an established track record inventing, developing and validating molecular methods for pathogen detection at Barts Health NHS Trust (2005-2010) and Queen Mary University of London (2010-2014). Gemma’s main focus has been on fungal diagnostic research and she has published on the complexities of Aspergillosis diagnosis in the Haemato-Oncology setting. She was awarded her PhD in diagnostic tool development for invasive fungal infections in December 2014 and is now working as a Consultant Scientist at Anglia Ruskin University and Public Health England, developing biomarker tests for pathogen detection. Hide

    Richard Hammond
    Technical Director
    Cambridge Consultants UK

    View Profile Richard is Technology Director in the Medical Technology Division at Cambridge Consultants. Richard specializes in the translation of life-science research into commercial products, particularly in nucleic-acid-based technologies. He has twenty years’ experience of product and process development, applying engineering principles and methods to create world-first products. His experience includes, 1) Commercializing isothermal DNA amplification technology into POC diagnostics: Led the team that developed the Alere i platform - the first CLIA-Waived POC molecular diagnostic. 2) Winning grant from the US Government (INR 879.09M) to support programmes to commercialize molecular diagnostic platforms. 3) Leading programmes to create: globally-applicable, R&D governance frameworks, portfolio management methods and new-product creation processes for the development of diagnostic products. 4) Leading development of novel acoustic-resonant sensors for life-science applications Designing life-sciences instrumentation, particularly high-performance confocal microscopy for cell-imaging applications. Richard holds BA, MA and MEng degrees from the University of Cambridge. Hide

    Dr Juan Roman
    Commercial Manager
    Cambridge Consultants

    View Profile Juan is a commercial manager at the Cambridge Consultants Medical Technology Division and acts as a Project Reviewer on product development programmes for clients in the diagnostics and biotechnology industries. Before joining Cambridge Consultants he was a senior team member at Bayer Diagnostics and Siemens Medical Solutions working on the development and manufacture of three Point of Care instruments. He has also worked in the metrology instrumentation industry, at Renishaw Plc. Juan holds a BSc in Physics, MSc in Optics by the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain), a PhD in Optical Metrology obtained as a joint PhD between Loughborough University (UK) and Santiago de Compostela, and a MBA with merit by The Open University (UK). He is the named inventor in three patents and is a Chartered Physicist at the Institute of Physics. Hide

    Dr Jyoti Chaudhary
    Asst Professor, Department of Microbiology
    Dayanand Medical College & Hospital
    Ludhiana, Punjab, India

    View Profile Jyoti Chaudhary has completed MBBS at the age of 26 years from Rajasthan University. Further, she has completed MD in Microbiology from Delhi University and worked as a senior resident in Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, Delhi. She is working as an Assistant professor in department of Microbiology in Dayanand Medical College & Hospital at Ludhiana, Punjab. She has published seven articles in various journals. Hide

    Dr. Wafa Elbjeirami
    Consultant, Molecular Diagnostics Lab
    King Abdullah Medical City
    Saudi Arabia

    View Profile Dr. Wafa is a graduate from Rice University in Houston Texas. She received NIH fellowship from Baylor College of Medicine in the departments of Nephrology and Leukocyte Biology. She left US and has worked in Jordan at King Hussein Cancer Center as head of Molecular Diagnostics and Immunogenetics. She later joined King Abdullah Medical City as consultant in Molecular Diagnostics Unit. Hide

    Dr Christa Nohammer
    Senior Scientist
    Health & Environment Department

    View Profile Christa Noehammer holds the position of a Senior Scientist at the Austrian Institute of Technology where she has been heading the Molecular Medicine research unit for several years. She holds a degree in Microbiology and a PhD in Biochemistry. Working in the microarray field since 1999, Christa Noehammer has been involved in the design, production and data analysis of various microarray types thereby focusing on biomarker discovery for cancer diagnostics. Apart from still ongoing nationally funded research projects Dr. Nöhammer has been also involved as partner and workpackage leader in the recently finished EU FP7 project RESOLVE, which aimed to elucidate molecular mechanisms involved in fibroproliferative diseases (e.g. pulmonary fibrosis) by applying genome-wide mRNA-, microRNA- and DNA methylation microarrays. Most recently Dr. Noehammer is very much involved in the establishment of sampling - and biomarker isolation protocols as well as high throughput biomarker discovery and validation technologies particularly suitable for saliva diagnostics. Hide

    Dr Stephan Pabinger
    Health & Environment Department

    View Profile Dr. Stephan Pabinger holds a Msc degree in bioinformatics from the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria a and PhD degree in bioinformatics from the Technical University of Graz (Austria). After his postdoctoral stint at the Institute of Genetic Medicine, Johns Hopkins University - School of Medicine (Baltimore, USA), he joined the molecular diagnostics research group at the AIT. He is involved in algorithmic and pipeline design and his recent studies have been focusing on the analysis of Next Generation Sequencing data, including sequence assembly, genome sequencing studies, and investigation of liquid biopsies data. Furthermore, he has extensive knowledge about algorithmic method design and the development of new bioinformatics systems. Stephan Pabinger is a highly experienced Bioinformatician with a successful international network and a track record of highly cited publications. Hide

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    Begin networking with the decision makers of the industry who are eager to imbibe new technologies, products, solutions and trends into the business culture. Participate to get a birds eye view of the untapped potential in the business world.

    For more details on sponsorships kindly contact info@gravitonevents.org


    Tataa Biocenter

    View Profile TATAA Biocenter is a leading organizer of hands-on training in molecular analyses in Europe and a service provider with a focus on qPCR, Microarrays, NGS and Proseek protein analysis. We provide technical expertise, high quality data and clear communication and support throughout projects. TATAA Biocenter develops high-quality products for quantitative real-time PCR applications with special emphasis on single cell profiling and quality control. We provide also a carefully chosen selection of products from other well-known brands within the life science field. Through our laboratories in Göteborg and Prague and sales offices in Saarbrucken and San Francisco, TATAA Biocenter supports clients with products and services for a full range of nucleic acid and protein analyses in compliance with ISO17025 standards. In 2013 TATAA Biocenter was presented the Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Leadership as Best-in-Class Services for Analyzing Genetic Material.
    For more information, see www.tataa.com or contact us at services@tataa.com.

    Radian Scientific

    Radian Scientific

    View Profile Radian Scientific Limited market CE-certified, quality, clinically accurate, point of care, rapid diagnostic tests kits and devices for personal health. These products are designed for home use generally and are easy to use and understood. They include urine analysis, family planning tests, as well as rapid diagnostic tests to screen for infectious diseases and cancer markers.
    Our product range include blood glucose, cholesterol and blood pressure monitoring devices from highly rated and trusted, NHS suppliers. These products help improve outcome by helping in the early recognition and diagnosis of disease or through disease monitoring and control where diagnosis has already been made and treatment has begun.



    View Profile Horizon strive to help business owners develop a solid foundation and business strategy so they can be successful. We will work to improve sales, productivity, organization, company culture, and employee relations. Hide


    Coris BioConcept

    View Profile Coris BioConcept specialized in developing, manufacturing and marketing rapid diagnostic tests. Since more than ten years, Coris BioConcept has developed a broad range of antigen detection tests for enteric, gastric and respiratory diseases. These tests are based on the immunochromatography technology with colloidal gold particles or latex microspheres. Recently, two new proprietary technologies were launched: Gravity Driven Test (GDT) or V-TesT and Oligochromatography (OC). GDT device is a particular housing reversing to sense of the chromatography and allowing to by-pass the use of dilution buffer. It is particularly suitable for urine testing. OC allows fast detection of amplified nucleic acids and was developed for the detection of neglected infectious disease pathogens. Coris BioConcept also provides services for custom tests development and contract manufacturing. Coris BioConcept is present in 80 countries in Europe, Asia, South America, Africa and Oceania. Hide


    Enigma Diagnostics

    View Profile The world’s first Point-of-Care Highly Multiplex PCR MiniLab Platform empowers clinicians with 24/7 access to fast comprehensive actionable laboratory-quality molecular diagnostic results for the simultaneous in vitro diagnostic detection a range of targets reducing test result waiting times to about an hour. It is well documented that a fast accurate diagnosis and targeted treatment improves clinical outcomes while reducing costs and supports good antimicrobial stewardship. The MiniLab is designed to support the clinical sample collection workflow by minimizing pipetting steps as well allowing the lab to “push” its services out to decentralized labs. Built in QC features allow the lab to control the use of the platform and data integration allows the transfer of results. The easy-to-use sample-to-results MiniLab features a fully integrated Control Module that commands up to six fully automated Processing Modules making the MiniLab’s architecture scalable. The Processing Modules can run different panels with independent random access. Hide

  • Media Partners

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    Instinctif Partners

    Instinctif Partners

    View Profile Instinctif Partners is an international business communications consultancy. With a track record of delivering truly creative programmes, the Life Sciences practice focuses on enhancing the value proposition for companies seeking investment, partnerships or customers. Our core skill is working with clients to communicate the value of their science and innovation to key stakeholders through the most relevant channels: crafting communications solutions that showcase each company, product or technology. Specifically, we are unique in offering specialist expertise seamlessly across corporate, financial, healthcare and marketing communications with outreach programmes to media, industry, professional, public, financial and investment communities. Our service offering covers all communications disciplines including strategic counsel, PR, IR, media relations, public affairs, crisis communications, internal communications, marketing, advertising, copywriting, design, research and event management. Our globally integrated and dedicated life sciences team serves clients around the world from our headquarters in London, and bases across Europe, AsiaPac and the USA. Hide



    View Profile AllSeq has created the world's first true Sequencing Marketplace, which helps researchers fulfil their sequencing needs by matching them with the appropriate pool of sequencing providers. They provide free online tools for describing sequencing projects in an easy and systematic way, ensuring estimates are easy to compare and allowing researchers to pick the best provider (based on price, technology, turnaround time, etc.). AllSeq also maintains the NGS Knowledge Bank, a neutral source of information on sequencing technologies, platforms and applications. Hide



    View Profile Pharmalicensing (www.pharmalicensing.com) is the premier biopharmaceutical Open Innovation resource designed for professionals involved with partnering, licensing and business development worldwide. Actively supporting all forms of partnering and in- and out-licensing activities, Pharmalicensing utilizes the unique Partnering Search service and its global network of industry experts to enable companies to identify and engage with appropriate partners around the world. Pharmalicensing, and its sister service Medical Device Licensing www.medicaldevicelicensingcom are actively utilized by over 200,000 industry professionals each month. Pharmalicensing is a division of IP Technology Exchange, Inc. Hide



    View Profile Leading website for lab equipments, reagents, consumables and bio services. Established since 1998, Bio-Equip is a leading website for lab equipments, reagents, consumables and bio services. Our users come from different fields like life science, medical research, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, modern agriculture, food safety and environment monitoring. Bio-Equip offer users a complete product directory which involves 158 product ranges among lab equipments, reagents, consumables, lab animals, bio services, cell lines, bio software and books. Serving users through two websites, www.bio-equip.com (Chinese) and www.bio-equip.cn (English), we own over 20,000 registered suppliers and more than 500,000 pieces of product and technical service information with details of product description, price, sample downloading, technical articles and videos. The resourceful online information accelerate product & service searching process, offer convenience to users from research institutions, universities, hospitals, centers for disease control, pharmaceutical factories, inspection and quarantine bureau as well as forensic centers. Generally, Bio-Equip promote the development of bioresearch and bio-industry! Hide



    View Profile Clocate.com is a leading international directory for worldwide conferences and exhibitions. Clocate.com is equipped with a unique and comprehensive search that helps you find easily any event in any category or location. Each event includes detailed information, like, description, dates, location, map, prices, link to the official event's website and more. If you search for a conference or exhibition in areas such as Industry and manufacturing, Health and medicine, Technology and IT, Business and finance, sciences, education, services (banking, insurance, tourism, Hospitality and more), government, environment, life style and arts, you'll find it in Clocate.com Hide

    Technology Networks

    Technology Networks

    View Profile Founded in 2000, Technology Networks is now the leading provider of free information services for academics and industry  professionals within the life science and drug discovery sectors.  Our portfolio of 28 communities provides a base for members to access the latest news, events, products and research from their chosen field. All communities can be accessed through www.technologynetworks.com Hide

    Pharmacogenetics and Stratified Medicine Network

    Pharmacogenetics and Stratified Medicine Network

    View Profile UK Pharmacogenetics and Stratified Medicine Network develops partnerships between academics, healthcare professionals, industry partners, regulatory bodies and the public to synergise research into stratified medicine across the UK to support NHS delivery of precision/personalised medicine to patients. Highlight your expertise and find research partners through our unique online collaborator’s database. Funded by Innovate UK, through the KTN, we have developed a website as an invaluable resource providing a “one stop shop” with all the latest news, key reports, events of interest, funding and educational opportunities. Hide

    Select Science

    Select Science

    View Profile SelectScience is an independent, online review resource for the worldwide scientific community, and the fastest way to impartial, expert opinion about the latest laboratory equipment and techniques. Discover new technologies, products and trusted reviews; plus videos, application notes and the latest science news from around the world. Become a member for free today: www.selectscience.net Hide

  • Delegates

    Our agendas are tailor-made to precisely suit the industry profile of our attendees. After a comprehensive research study, we categorize the end user giving exclusive opportunities relevant to their business needs and requirements. Moreover, our finest speakers share the same industry background as our delegates. They hold the distinguished position of senior-level decision makers and influential leaders in their field.

    Join us for brainstorming sessions filled with innovative ideas and share tete a tete moments with the experts for exclusive advice. Our Networking expertise will ensure your business Opportunities through our exclusive exhibitors with their innovation products/services.

    For more details on delegate booking kindly contact info@gravitonevents.org

  • Venue

    Strand Palace Hotel
    Strand Palace Hotel
    372 Strand
    London WC2R 0JJ
    Hotel Tel : 020 7379 4737
    Nearest Underground: Covent Garden Tube Station

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