NATIONAL SEMINAR on Trends in Cancer Omics | March 14, 2018 ~ helpBIOTECH

23 February 2018

NATIONAL SEMINAR on Trends in Cancer Omics | March 14, 2018

Trends in Cancer Omics

ABOUT THE SEMINAR Cancer genome studies have revealed that abnormalities in genes are responsible for the development and growth of several types of cancer. This knowledge has improved our understanding on Cancer Biology and provided ways to develop new methods to diagnose and treat cancers. Although a large number of genetic alterations and the strategies adopted have driven the understanding in the development and progression of many types of cancers, still some cancers remain un-characterized. However, investigations with newer technologies allows us to foresee and define the full set of driver mutations or alterations in DNA and RNA that influence the development of aggressive cancers. Thus, the molecular basis of clinical phenotypes and their response to a given therapy, as well as mechanisms of resistance to treatment are being subjected to intense studies and constant attention is kept to update the scientific accomplishments focused on cancer research and clinical studies in the process of drug developments. With this view, a seminar on the theme “Trends in Cancer Omics” is proposed for the benefit of the scientific community to expand their current knowledge in cancer Omics. 

SEMINAR focus 

Cancer Genomics 
Role of Big data in Cancer research 
Proteomic Advances in Cancer Research 
Talks by Eminent Scientists Poster/Oral presentation 
(Best Three Posters will be invited for Oral presentations)


Seminar On : March 14, 2018 
Registration Begins : February 14, 2018 
Abstract Submission Begins : February 14, 2018 
Abstract Submission Closes : March 10, 2018 


Participants from PU : Rs. 150 
Participants from Outside : Rs. 250

Who Can Apply Open to M.Sc/M.Tech, Ph.D, Post-Doc Scholars, Faculty from Life Science Departments. 

To register for the Seminar please visit: 

Total number of participants: 150 (50 poster presentations from participants; Selection is based on background and firstcome-first-serve). 

Complementary: Lunch & refreshments & Certificates.

Address for Communication 

Dr. P. T. V. Lakshmi 
Organizing Secretary 
Centre for Bioinformatics, 
Pondicherry University, 
Pondicherry – 605014 

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