TAGC is a unique conference organized by the Genetics Society of America that offers innovative sessions that get to the heart of our shared research interests. The diverse and interdisciplinary scope of TAGC 2024 allows researchers to discover answers and explore new directions in today’s genetics and genomics research.
The 18th conference on rare disease combines recent research on genetic mechanisms involved in disease, with advances in approaches for clinical care. This year’s conference will include discussions on the use of a ‘pangenome’ to improve diagnostic yield, the role of common variants in rare disease, and new developments in prenatal and neonatal genomic screening.
Join 80+ patient advocacy and engagement professionals at gene therapy companies and patient advocacy groups to gain actionable insights that you can immediately implement into your own gene therapy programs, and come together with the community to develop solutions to the challenges that are unique to the gene therapy space.
The International Summit on Cell and Gene Therapy serves as a platform to explore the fundamental concepts of these transformative therapies. The summit brings together experts from academia and industry to discuss a range of topics related to cell and gene therapy, including ethical considerations, social implications, tools, techniques, marketing strategies, and the commercialization of cell and gene therapy products. It also showcases the latest research progress in CGT and explores opportunities for further enhancements in availability and productivity of these therapies.
The specific goal for this meeting is to foster fruitful and creative interactions between researchers interested in applying these systems to genome engineering and related advances in a wide variety of organisms, together with scientists studying the basic biology of CRISPR-Cas and related bacterial defense systems.