13th ISABS Conference— June 17-22, 2024

Source: Dragan Primorac, MD, PhD, ISABS President


The 13th International Society for Applied Biological Sciences (ISABS) Conference on Applied Genetics and Mayo Clinic Lectures in Translation Medicine will be held June 17-22, 2024, in Split, Croatia. The conference is the next in a series of biennial events organized by the ISABS, a society dedicated to promoting applied molecular biology (www.isabs.net).

The 2024 program will be more interesting than ever and will include the following topics: Whole Genome Sequencing for Implementation of Precision Medicine, Gene and Cellular Therapy, Immunotherapy, Pharmacogenomics, Tissue Engineering, Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Medicine, Dendritic Cell Vaccination, Forensic Genetic Genealogy, etc. This year, the fourth "Nobel Spirit" will provide a forum for the four Nobel laureates to stimulate public discussion on the role of science in solving global health issues, acute regional problems such as brain drain, demographic decline, and cultural and social change.

As before, the conference is structured to allow close interaction of the international faculty and attendees. Together with formal presentations, there will be meet-the-professor sessions, a gala dinner, and other social occasions meant to enhance opportunities for scientific intercourse, but also to introduce the participants to the town of Split, a destination famous for unspoiled nature and cultural, historic, and sporting attractions.

To register, go to https://isabs.hr/registration-information/.


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