REGISTRATIONS ARE OPEN!
We are pleased to announce the upcoming AICC Annual Meeting, to be held in Catanzaro University Campus (Catanzaro, Italy) from 1 to 2 October 2019.
This event will offer a valuable opportunity to discuss scientific and technological issues in the field of molecular profiling of DNA and RNA. We are creating an event in which cell biologists, pathologists and clinicians have the opportunity of listening to advances in areas such as molecular diagnostics, gene/pathway directed targeted therapy, which in turn could drive drug discovery, and their implications for future research as well as clinical practice.
Join us and meet scientists whose outstanding studies have enabled the analyses of genomic and epigenomic variation in a comprehensive, high-throughput fashion!
The congress will be open to all researchers from Italy and abroad and will include a full range of academic sessions, plenary lectures, and social/cultural events. We plan to select some submissions for a 10-minutes talk, so that researchers will get an opportunity to showcase their work through oral presentations. All abstract submitted will have the opportunity to be presented in the poster session. The meeting especially encourages participation by young researchers and PhD students.
In this edition we have the pleasure to host outstanding international scientists, including a Nobel Prize winner. Their participation will make the meeting a special event in which researchers will have the opportunity to friendly and informally talk with such prestigious scientists thus encouraging and fostering the participation of young scientists at the scientific discussion during the event.
In the wake of the success of the previous AICC meeting, the congress will include n. 2 technological sessions with the specific focus to offer the participants the opportunity to match technological solutions for specific clinical needs in the era of precision medicine. Keynote lectures will be held by distinguished scientists and informal interactions between the invited speakers and the young participants will take place during the sessions and at dinner. All young researcher (< 35) will participate for awards.
A preliminary programme regarding planned sessions and invited speakers is shown here. More information will be available soon on this website.
We look forward to welcoming you to Catanzaro, placed in the Isthmus of Calabria, the narrowest part of Italy, only thirty kilometers long, that divides the Ionian Sea from the Tyrrhenian Sea, an ancient and fascinating meeting place between East and West. It is not only a geological and geographical peculiarity: here the territory preserves traces of Magna Graecia history, art, traditions, legends and myths that make this place unique! Not everyone knows that it is precisely from this area, and the one immediately to the south, that the name Italy comes, a term which derives from the word Italòi, used by the Greeks to designate the Vituli, i.e. the Itali, a population that inhabited these lands and worshipped the simulacrum of a calf.