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As personalized medicine integrates into clinical practice, genomic tools and technologies will need to evolve to meet the increasing test volume and required accuracy. Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Precision Diagnostics Summit will provide a start-to-finish look at the latest methods for sample preparation, novel tools for nucleic acid detection, and final analysis of results. 

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Sample Prep and Target Enrichment in Molecular Diagnostics

Sample Prep and Target Enrichment in Molecular Diagnostics 

Pre-detection processing is a pivotal part of molecular diagnostics in general and in nucleic acid testing in particular. Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Third Annual Sample Prep and Target Enrichment in Molecular Diagnostics is designed to demonstrate the latest advances in pre-analytical processing, sample preparation and target enrichment in molecular diagnostics and particularly in nucleic acid testing.

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Quantitative Digital Detection Technologies

Quantitative Digital Detection Technologies 

Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Quantitative Digital Detection Technologies conference will cover digital PCR, microfluidics, and single-cell analysis and how these technologies are best used in clinical research. The evolution of qPCR to a more digital format as well as the role that next-generation sequencing will play will also be discussed. Special focus will be given to clinical translation and future trends driving the field.

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FEATURED PRESENTATION:
Biomarker Development for Precision Medicine 

CarolynComptonCarolyn Compton, M.D., Ph.D., Professor, School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University

PLENARY KEYNOTE:
Sample Preparation Considerations for Digital Technologies 

N Reginald BeerN. Reginald Beer, Ph.D., Medical Diagnostics Initiative Leader, Center for Micro and Nanotechnologies, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

FEATURED PRESENTATION:
Single Molecule Detection for Ultrasensitive Analysis 

David R. WaltDavid R. Walt, Ph.D., Robinson Professor of Chemistry, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor, Tufts University