Sonntag, 25. Oktober 2009

International qPCR 2010 Symposium & Exhibition in Vienna

International qPCR 2010 Symposium & Exhibition in Vienna
7th – 9th April 2010
The focus of the qPCR 2010 Event will be “The ongoing evolution of qPCR”

Our online registration and abstract submission tool - CONFTOOL - is available now => http://registration.qpcr2010-vienna.net

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qPCR 2010 in Vienna

International qPCR 2010 Symposium and Exhibition in Vienna 7th – 9th April 2010.
The focus of the qPCR 2010 Event will be “The ongoing evolution of qPCR” representing all new and emerging techniques, applications and data analysis methods. MIQE, HRM, microRNA, CNV, single-cell qPCR, digital PCR, and analysis of circulating nucleic acids will be in the focus of the conference =>
http://www.qpcr2010-vienna.net/

qPCR Symposium topic - “The ongoing evolution of qPCR”

The symposium focus will be on 40 lectures presented by international recognized experts in their application fields. The emphasis will be on unbiased, didactic information exchange. One third of the talks will be presented by invited speakers, one third of the speakers will be selected from the submitted abstracts and one third will be qPCR company representatives with their newest qPCR technologies.

The focus of the qPCR 2010 Event will be “The ongoing evolution of qPCR” representing all new and emerging techniques, applications and data analysis methods:

Symposium sessions & preliminary titles

  1. MIQE and QM strategies in qPCR
    Prof. Stephen Bustin, “The MIQE Guidelines: Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative Real-Time PCR Experiments”
  2. High throughput quantitative PCR – digital PCR
    Prof. Mikael Kubista, “Digital PCR and intracellular expression profiling”
    Dr. Philip Day, “High throughput droplet PCR”
    Dr. Ken Livak, "title to be announced"
  3. HRM – High Resolution Melting - Epigenetics
    Prof. Carl Wittwer, "High Resolution Melting Analysis"
    Prof. Claudio Orlando, “High Resolution Melting Analysis in Cancer Diagnosis”
  4. Circulating nucleic acids
    Dr. Pamela Pinzani, “Cell free circulating DNA”
    Dr. Alfred Schöller, „Targeting the human urine RNAome for tumor diagnostics by qPCR”
    Dr. Jim Huggett, "Diagnostic tools for measuring cell free nucleic acids. What can we expect from the next decade?”
  5. Single-cell qPCR
    Dr. Michael W. Pfaffl, “Quantitative expression analysis after pre-amp in single WBCs”
    Dr. Anders Stahlberg, “Single-cell gene expression
  6. RNAi - microRNA - siRNA Applications – miRNA normalisation
    Prof. Jo Vandesompele, “MicroRNA and mRNA gene expression normalization”
    Dr. Mirco Castoldi, "Expression profiling of microRNA by quantitative real time PCR, what is available and where to go from there"
  7. qPCR BioStatistics & BioInformatics
    Dr. Ales Tichopad, “Statistical aspects of quantitative PCR experiment design and qPCR data analysis”
    Dr. Jan Hellemans, “Accurate and objective copy number profiling using real-time quantitative PCR”
    Dr. Anders Bergkvist, “Expression profiling - clusters of possibilities”


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Contact information:

Dr. Martina Reiter

BioEPS GmbH
Lise Meitner Strasse 30
85354 Freising Weihenstephan
Germany
qPCR2010@BioEPS.com

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