Toronto Bioinformatics User Group – Mar 27, Toronto, ON

March 22, 2019

TorBUG (Toronto Bioinformatics Users Group) is an association of researchers, other professionals and students in the Greater Toronto Area who have an interest in the field of bioinformatics.
Wednesday March 27, 2019 at 4:00pm
Talk: “Multi-omics data analysis in cardiovascular research”
Speaker: Julie Hussin, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Université de Montréal

Meetings are held in the Red Room at the Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research (CCBR), University of Toronto, 160 College Street at 4:00 pm and are free and open to all

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Genomics at the Tipping Point – Partnering to Accelerate Market Uptake & Impact

December 13, 2018

On December 5th, 2018, Ontario Genomics hosted Genomics at the Tipping Point: Partnering to Accelerate Market Uptake & Impact, a captivating symposium focused on closing the gap between genomics innovations and market impact. A packed auditorium heard from innovators using genomics to advance the mining, agriculture and agri-food, bioengineering, natural resources and health sectors.  In…

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Canada SynBio 2018

April 16, 2018

Check out our conference page for updates from Canada SynBio 2018 including presentations, highlights and photos from the conference.

-Conference Presentations can be found by clicking on the active links under each session in the SynBio Agenda.
-Conference Highlights can be found in our SynBio Feature.
-Additional Photos from the conference can be found in our SynBio Page and Photo Album.

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Canada SynBio 2018

March 15, 2018

On March 6 Ontario Genomics, in partnership with ISED Canada and the Genome Canada Enterprise, hosted Canada’s first national conference focused on Engineering Biology. Over 275 people attended the packed MaRS Discovery District auditorium for the event with speakers and attendees from academia, industry and government across Canada, the US and globally. The day was about learning, mobilizing the community, creating opportunities for collaboration and partnership, and ultimately to start charting a course for Canada to capitalize on this emerging area.

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