The 9th Annual
Northeast Genome Instability and Cancer Conference


Friday May 17, 2019

The University of Vermont Cancer Center will host the 2019 Annual Northeast Genome Instability and Cancer Conference on Friday, May 17th. This collaborative meeting brings clinicians and researchers from multiple institutions together for an opportunity to share their research and discover innovative new ways to explore genomic instability and cancer.  Topics cover everything from single-molecule biophysics to whole genome approaches and clinical decision making.  This is an excellent opportunity for students to be exposed to many of the most timely facets of the genome instability and cancer field.

The 9th Annual Northeast Genome Instability and Cancer Conference will include a scientific poster session. Please submit your poster through the online registration link above. Poster presenters are responsible for mounting their posters: poster boards and easels will be provided by UVM. Poster sizing requirements can be found here (PDF).


Keynote Speaker

Frederick W. Alt, PhD
HHMI Investigator (Bio)
Director, Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Boston Children's Hospital
Charles A. Janeway Professor of Pediatrics
Professor of Genetics
Harvard Medical School

Agenda (TBA)


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