Join us at Future Genomics 2023 as Deb Bhattacharyya leads the discussion on Complex Multi-Omics Assays Enabled for AFA Technology
This world-class event will showcase innovation and demonstrate success to ensure that new innovations in next-generation sequencing enter the clinic with speed and accuracy.
Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) and predictive genomics have proven to be invaluable resources for managing diseases and have allowed researchers to quickly gain insight into the genetic nature of pathogens at the heart of active outbreaks.
Globally, large-scale genomics and big data can enable transmission mapping for infection control and ultimately prevent diseases and future pandemics. In addition, it can distinguish independent cases from active clusters and identify epidemiological patterns in time and space on both local and global scales.