Upcoming events
Genomic Medicine in the Mediterranean
Inaugural conference
Hersonissos, Crete, Greece
October 2-5, 2013

Past events
Data protection in an era of consumer targeted genome sequencing
GEUVADIS Symposia at Fondation Brocher
Hermance, Switzerland
3-5 February 2013

ENGAGE-GEUVADIS RNA-seq data analysis course
Peter 't Hoen and Gabriella Rustici
EBI campus, in Hinxton, UK
4-6 December 2012

Our second Annual Meeting took place in Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Santiago de Compostela, Spain
29-31 October 2012

Our first Annual Meeting has taken place in Toulouse
Toulouse, France

ENGAGE RNA-seq Course
Alvis Brazma and Gabriella Rustici
EMBL-EBI, Hinxton
12th - 13th September 2011

European Summer School on Medical Law and Bioethics June 30- July 7th 2011
Anne Cambon Thomsen
Toulouse, France
June 30- July 7th 2011

ESHG satellite meeting on RNA-sequencing. May 29 2011 11:40 – 13:10
Peter ‘t Hoen (Leiden University Medical Center), Stephen Montgomery, Thomas Giger (University of Geneva Medical School)
Introduction to RNA-seq technology
May 29, 11:40 – 13:10

Course in Next Generation Sequencing for rare and common genetic disorders April 14-17, 2011
J. Veltman
EuroMediterranean University Centre of Ronzano, Bologna (Italy)
April 14-17, 2011


GEUVADIS kick-off meeting

Where ? Barcelona, Center for Genomic Regulation

When ? 17th December 2010

Whom ? All Geuvadis partners

What ? Launching of the project, presentation of all Work Packages, definition of workplan for the coming years

Related Events
  • ESGI Symposium on Functional Genomics and Metabolism Research

    21st and 22nd March 2013

    Topics include:

    New technologies for systems biology analyses; Integrating genetics, epigenetics, functional genomics and disease-oriented research; Emerging approaches dissecting cellular and multi-organ communication in the pathophysiology of metabolic disease; Biology of stress response and ageing

     More Information


  • Discussing whole genome sequencing in medical practice

    November 7th 2012

    Location: The Grape and Olive, Cardiff, CF14 3QX 
    Date and time: 7 November, 19.00-21.30
    Social scientists will discuss social, ethical, legal and practical aspects of the application of whole genome sequencing in medical practice, with primary care workers. Should other family members be informed about results? If so, who by? Will people's worries about their (family's) future health have an impact on primary care delivery?
    Advance registration is required, please email Flo Ticehurst: ticehurstf@cf.ac.uk or telephone 029 2087 0024. 
    Further information
    Google map link to:CF14 3QX
    Telephone: 029 2087 0024 
    Organised by:
     Flo Ticehurst, CESAGen

  • From Genetic Discovery to Future Health

    November 15th, 2012

    "From Genetic Discovery to Future Health"

    Closure highlight for  'European Network for Genetic and Genomic Epidemiology' (ENGAGE Consortium, website: www.euengage.org) to be held on November 15th, 2012 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

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    Registration deadline: September 30, 2012. The conference is free of charge. However, registration prior to the deadline is required.


  • International Congress of Human Genetics 2011


    The ICHG is the foremost meeting of the world human genetics community and is held every five years. The first Congress was held in 1956 in Copenhagen and subsequent venues have included Berlin, Washington, DC, Rio de Janeiro, Vienna and most recently Brisbane. The anticipated attendance is 7,000 delegates from over 60 countries 


  • The Genomics of Common Diseases 2011

    30.08 - 02.09 2011

     The Conference programme will address the following topics, across a range of common diseases:
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    • Infectious diseases
    • Population and statistical genetics
    • Functional genomics
    • Exome and whole genome sequencing
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  • 4th Paris Workshop on Genomic Epidemiology

    May 30, 31 & June 1, 2011

    The 4th Paris Workshop on Genomic Epidemiology

    Dates:  May 30, 31  & June 1, 2011

    The 4th Paris Workshop inaugurates a major new EU initiative, The European Sequencing and Genotyping Infrastructure (ESGI). The ESGI groups major European genome centres into a single infrastructure designed to increase European access to the most recent genomic technologies. ESGI platforms and access modalities will be presented at the meeting.

    Organisers:  Ivo Gut, Mark Lathrop, Sascha Sauer and Dan Weeks    

    Place: Maison de la Chimie, 28 rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris, France   (Strictly limited to 200 participants)

    Sponsors:    CEPH, CNG and European Commission FP7 projects:  ESGI (Infrastructure), READNA, CAGEKID (large-scale collaborative projects)

    Further information: http://www.cng.fr/workshop2011