To Thursday 24 January 2019
The Festival of Genomics is now the largest genomics event in the UK, and the second largest in Europe. Over 10,000 people have now attended a Festival globally, and the feedback is getting stronger and stronger, with record positive feedback for the last London Festival.
The Festival is changing and improving year-on-year. We work hard to bring you the very best speakers and projects across the UK and beyond. But more than ever, this year’s agenda and other activities are designed to deliver incredible content – intelligence and information that you can take back to your organization and really help to move the dial for patients.
The Festival is open to everybody, but is especially useful for people who are working in and around genomics in the following sectors:
- Clinical: NHS/Hospitals/Healthcare/Clinical Labs
- Research: Lab heads, Professors, Research Fellows, Post-Docs, Students from universities and research centres
- Pharma: C-Level, Directors, Department Heads, Scientists and related from big pharma, small pharma and biotechs
- Technology sector: People from the data, AI/ML, analytics, hardware, cloud and related focus areas, where the technology is applicable to genomics and the wider healthcare sector
- Other: Patient organisations, investors, government and – of course – patients and the families of patients
Increasingly, the Festival attracts a more senior audience – people who really can move the dial for patients. And the agenda – talks and topics – are designed to help people overcome specific challenges, find solutions and capitalize on opportunities. In fact, 54% of last year’s audience are directly buying or influencing purchasing decisions.
This makes the Festival an incredible place to do business. But also a fantastic place to meet other end users, engage with people who are tackling the big challenges, and leave armed with intelligence that you can use to make progress.
That said, we still very much welcome students and people who are at the beginning of their careers.