Call for Abstract

2nd International Conference on Genomics & Pharmacogenomics, will be organized around the theme “Envisioning the Genomic Advances in Global Health”

Genomics-2014 is comprised of 12 tracks and 94 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Genomics-2014.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Functional genomics and bioinformatics
  • Track 1-2Patterns and determinants of variation in functional genomics
  • Track 1-3Comparative functional genomics
  • Track 1-4Functional genomics and molecular analysis
  • Track 1-5Structural genomics
  • Track 1-6Genomics-based precision breeding approaches
  • Track 1-7Functional genomics using multidisciplinary technologies
  • Track 1-8Fetal cardiac genomics
  • Track 1-9Biochemistry, biotechnology, and genomics
  • Track 1-10Phytochemical genomics
  • Track 2-1Ex vivo & In vivo transcriptional profiling
  • Track 2-2Collagen dynamics analysis and transcriptional profiling
  • Track 2-3Single-chromosome transcriptional profiling
  • Track 2-4Genome sequencing, transcriptional profiling, and phenotypic studies
  • Track 2-5Transcriptional profiling technology for studying vaccines
  • Track 2-6Genome-wide transcriptional profiling
  • Track 2-7Transcriptional profiling in infectious diseases
  • Track 2-8Novel genes detected by transcriptional profiling
  • Track 2-9RNA-stabilizing reagents for transcriptional profiling
  • Track 2-10Gender-specific transcriptional profiling
  • Track 3-1Polysome analysis for determining m-RNA
  • Track 3-2Pleiotropic evidence from plasma mRNA analyses
  • Track 3-3Analysis of microRNA and mRNA expression
  • Track 3-4Analysis of microRNA and mRNA expression
  • Track 3-5mRNA and miRNA expression patterns
  • Track 3-6Integrated analysis of miRNA and mRNA
  • Track 3-7Eukaryotic m-RNA Decay
  • Track 3-8m-RNA biomarker analysis
  • Track 3-9Cancer-related micro RNA and m-RNA
  • Track 3-10 Micro RNA Analysis
  • Track 5-1Cancer-associated long noncoding RNAs
  • Track 5-2Long noncoding RNAs
  • Track 5-3Directionality of noncoding human RNAs
  • Track 5-4Antisense transcript long non coding RNA (lncRNA)
  • Track 5-5Noncoding RNA genome structure and function
  • Track 5-6New formats of long noncoding RNAs
  • Track 5-7Transcriptional repression by noncoding RNAs
  • Track 6-1Transcriptome profiling and digital gene expression
  • Track 6-2 Gene model renewal with digital gene expression data
  • Track 6-3Digital expression of TGF-β gene
  • Track 6-4Gene expression analysis of novel genes
  • Track 6-5Differentially expressed genes from count-based digital databases
  • Track 6-6Covaris
  • Track 6-7Microarrays
  • Track 6-8Custom oligo nucleotide synthesis
  • Track 6-9Structural variation
  • Track 6-10Gene-environment interactions
  • Track 6-11Network biology, development of novel tools and techniques
  • Track 7-1Parallel cloud based comparative genomics
  • Track 7-2Comparative genomic analysis of Micro RNA Clusters
  • Track 7-3In silico characterization and evolutionary analyses of CCAAT binding proteins using Comparitive Genomics resource
  • Track 7-4Development of a genus-wide comparative genomics Platform
  • Track 7-5Computational biology
  • Track 7-6Bioinformatics and biostatistics
  • Track 7-7Bioinformatics for cancer genomics
  • Track 7-8Pathway analysis of genomics data
  • Track 7-9‘Big data’, hadoop and cloud computing in genomics
  • Track 8-1Genomic Array technology
  • Track 8-2Toxicogenomics – A drug development perspective
  • Track 8-3Electronic health records in genomic medicine
  • Track 8-4Quantitative proteomics in genomic medicine
  • Track 8-5Solving the DNA sequence annotation problem through commonKADS methodology
  • Track 8-6Genomic diversity of human papillomaviruses (HPV) and clinical implications
  • Track 8-7Developments in the immunophenotypic analysis
  • Track 8-8The emerging CHO systems biology era
  • Track 8-9Linking genomic and clinical data for discovery and personalized care
  • Track 8-10Genomic materials design
  • Track 9-1Whole genome sequencing & amplification
  • Track 9-2De novo genome sequencing
  • Track 9-3Exome sequencing
  • Track 9-4Targeted resequencing
  • Track 9-5Metagenomic sequencing
  • Track 9-6De novo transcriptome sequencing
  • Track 9-7RNA sequencing service
  • Track 9-8Small RNA sequencing
  • Track 9-9Human Genome Projects and Big Data Management
  • Track 9-10Sanger DNA sequencing
  • Track 10-1Application of pharmacogenomics in global scenario
  • Track 10-2Pharmacogenomics in the prevention of serious adverse drug reactions
  • Track 10-3Incorporating pharmacogenomics in drug development
  • Track 10-4Pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics
  • Track 10-5The genetic basis of pharmacogenomics
  • Track 10-6Pharmacogenomics and drug transport/Efflux
  • Track 10-7Methodologies in pharmacogenomics
  • Track 11-1Translational genomics   
  • Track 11-2Genomics- assisted breeding    
  • Track 11-3Genomic resources and trait mapping 
  • Track 11-4Pathogenesis and disease resistance  
  • Track 11-5Fundamental and applied genetics and genomics
  • Track 11-6Biotic stress and plant microbe interactions
  • Track 11-7Crop genomics
  • Track 11-8Flowering plant genetics
  • Track 11-9Genomic evolution and biodiversity
  • Track 11-10Complex trait genetics