International Conference on Human Genetics
5-6 January 2015, Barcelona, Spain
Registration is open.
IHGC 2015, is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Human Genetics to a common forum.
The aim of the conference is to promote research in the field of Human and medical Genetics. Another goal is to facilitate exchange of new ideas in these fields and to create a dialogue between scientists and practitioners.
The conference is organized by the Journal of Medical and Biological Science and all selected papers are eligible for publication in this Journal.
Please submit your abstract and it will be reviewed by the editors of the International Scientific Journal and independent reviewers.
All the selected papers will be published in the Journal of Medical & Biological Sciences.
- Genetics and epigenetics of aging and longevity
- molecular genetics
- biochemical genetics
- medical genetics
- classical genetics
Please submit your abstract until 15 of September.
The conference will take place in Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
Meeting hall will be equipped with the projector and computer, so that participants could make PowerPoint presentations.
Barcelona is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. It is famous for its architectural jewels by Antonio Gaudi, beautiful beach and vivid lifestyle. The sightseeing tour organized during the conference will not only serve educational purposes, but will also help participants to establish necessary contacts.
You can submit an abstract by sending it to: email@example.com as an attachment. In the subject, please, write Human Genetics abstract.
Abstract should not be longer than one page.
You can also participate as a listener without submitting the paper.
After you paid the registration fees you will receive the official invitation letter.
Please note, that the number of participants is limited, so we highly recommend early registration.
Institute of Human Genetics
Author of the book "Human Molecular Genetics"
Laboratoire de Diagnostic Moléculaire
Dr. Chandra P. Sharma
Senior Scientist G and Head, Division of Biosurface Technology