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Seminar “New Developments in recombinant antibodies for treatment cancer”

On Thursday November 18, 2010, was held in the Auditorium of the National Institute of Genomic Medicine (INMEGEN), the Seminar “New Developments in Recombinant Antibodies for the treatment of cancer”, Coordinated by Dr. Francisco Sanchez Giron, Department Chief of Genomic Diagnosis and given by PhD.Tracy Daniels from Surgical Oncology Division, University of California, Los Angeles, USA.

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Massive sequencing of Mexican and African genomes

Mexico City-On Friday November 12, 2010, was held in the Auditorium of the National Institute of Genomic Medicine (INMEGEN), the Seminar “Massive sequencing of Mexican and African genomes show the impact of continental origin in the patterns of genomic diversity and interpretation of genetic studies in mixed populations”, given by DSc. Francisco M. de la Vega, from Research and Develop Department, Genetic Studies Division, Life Technologies, Foster City, California.

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Design of AIM’s in mestizo mexican population

Mexico City-On Friday October 29, 2010, was held in the Aula Magna of the National Institute of Genomic Medicine (INMEGEN), the Seminar “Disegn of AIM’s Panel in Mexican/Latin Mestizo Population, coordinated by Claudia Rangel Escareño PhD and given by M.C. Juan Carlos Fernández Lopez, both of them Research Medical Science of INMEGEN’s Computational Genomic Laboratory.

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the International Meeting in Genomic Medicine: Challenges in Research and Social Impact.

Genomic Medicine goes on to global level and Mexico is no the exception. Ten years to publication of first human genome sequence, National Institute of Genomic Medicine (INMEGEN) celebrated on October 21 and 22, the International Meeting in Genomic Medicine: Challenges in Research and Social Impact.

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Integrative Genomics Software Tools of the Broad´s Cancer Program

Mexico City-On Friday July 23, 2010. As part of Workshop GenePattern IGV, was held in the Aula Magna of the National Institute of Genomic Medicine (INMEGEN), the Seminar “Integrative Genomics Software Tools of the Broad´s Cancer Program”, Coordinated by PhD. Claudia Rangel Escareño, Research Associate INMEGEN, and given by MsC. Ted Liedfield, Chief Software Architect from Cancer Genomics Program, Broad Institute.

Epidemiology and Genomic of allergic identities in Mexico

On Friday, October 8, it was held al INMEGEN Auditorium, the General Session “Epidemiology and Genomic of allergic identities in Mexico”, Coordinated by PhD. Lorena Orozco Orozco, Deputy Director of Medical Research and given by PhD. Javier Gomez Veral, Chief of Allergie Service from Regional Hospital Adolfo Lopez Mateos from ISSSTE and MSc. Silvia Jiménez Morales, Research Associate from INMEGEN.