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NSHG-PM 2022 Conference, 3-4 November in Copenhagen: Abstracts are due September 20!

It’s time to meet all your Nordic colleagues in person again! Don’t forget to send in your abstract on precision medicine by September 20, and register now for the 3rd international meeting of the Nordic Society of Human Genetics and Precision Medicine, 3-4 November in Copenhagen.

“Precision Medicine Research and Implementation: Rebooting in the Nordics post-COVID” features two days of the latest research findings, panel discussions with public health and scientific leaders, poster presentations, and mentoring opportunities. Equally important is the opportunity to reconnect with your colleagues and build your networks. We expect 300+ attendees from many different fields and sectors.

Highlights at NSHG-PM 2022 include:

  • Keynotes by

    • Camilla Stoltenberg, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

    • Kári Stefánsson, deCODE Genetics, Iceland

    • Henrik Ullum, Statens Serum Institut, Denmark

    • Saskia Sanderson of the UK’s new Our Future Health Initiative

  • Plenary with new research and updates from each Nordic country

  • Special sessions on Precision Medicine in:

    • Brain disorders and neuroscience

    • Cardiometabolic disease

    • Cancer and other common disorders

  • Panel on the Future of Precision Medicine

Other confirmed speakers, panelists, and chairs attending:

On behalf of the organizing committee and NSHG-PM, our co-chairs look forward to welcoming you all in Copenhagen in November!

Contact Us: For more information on partnerships, sponsorship, holding satellite meetings and more, contact Hakon Heimer, hakon.heimer@nshg-pm.org or +45 93 50 91 63.

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Get the latest information on the conference and other happenings by joining NSHG-PM. The Nordic Society of Human Genetics and Precision Medicine (NSHG-PM) works with stakeholders at national, regional, and global levels to:

  1. establish a Nordic framework for research into the genetics of human diseases, evolution and population history;

  2. accelerate discovery of disease influencing genes;

  3. translate these findings for precision medicine to improve public health; and

  4. uphold and promote the highest legal, regulatory, social, and ethical standards.

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