Start Date: 27/04/2016

End Date: 28/04/2016

Cost: 200

Venue: Glasgow



Contact Details:


Prof Dame Janet Thornton, EMBL-EBI

Prof Sir John Burn, International Centre for Life

NGS 2016 Glasgow, the 3rd annual Next Generation Sequencing conference to take place in Scotland will be held on 27th & 28th April 2016 at the IET Teacher building in the heart of Glasgow city centre.
This event is held in partnership with NHS West of Scotland Genetics Service and the University of Glasgow’s Polyomics research facility. In conjunction with the conference there will be a one day workshop that will provide Next Generation Sequencing data analysis training to those working in the wetlab who want to be able to analyse the data and understand the data analysis workflows.

Scientific Theme
The scientific theme aims to bridge the gap between Clinical Genetics and University Genomic research.

Biotexcel is not affiliated to any manufacturer of Genomic Tools & Solutions – the scientific theme and speakers at NGS 2016 Glasgow are put togeather by academic & clinical genomic researchers.

Certificates of Attendance are provided to delegates

Poster Displays and Poster Sessions are always included in the agenda so please enquire – there are even *discounts *for those who wish to present posters. And the Best Poster will be be chosen by an academic committee and either acknowledged or also awarded with a price.

If you are a group of people who are registering, please enquire about group discounts.


Prof Dame Janet Thornton – EMBL-EBI,
Prof Sir John Burn – International Centre for Life,
Prof Graeme Black – Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Prof Stephan Beck – University College London Cancer Institute,
Prof David Hume – Roslin Institute, Prof Ele Zeggini – Sanger Centre,
Prof Malcolm Dunlop – Institute of Genetics & Molecular Medicine,
Dr Anneke Seller – Oxford Genetics Laboratories,
Prof Geoff Barton – University of Dundee,
Prof Win Hide – University of Sheffield,
Prof Anneke Lucassen – University of Southampton,
Prof Mark Pallen – Warwick Medical School
and others…