DECODE 2017 is a national, multi-disciplinary life sciences conference, that promises to blur the traditional boundaries and bring together experts from industry, academia, and the government.
A 2-day event comprising of panel discussion, oral presentations, poster sessions, and Pakistan’s first ever bio-hackathon; you would be crazy to miss it!
The panel discussions at DECODE will be with experts and thought leaders in key areas that are trending in biotechnology today. These candid, serious, 360-degree discussions will be around areas with direct relevance for us in Pakistan – from a student, faculty, government and industry perspective. To nominate a panelist or keynote speaker, please drop a line at decod[email protected]
For all the life sciences majors with a hacker mindset, DECODE brings to you Pakistan’s first ever bio-hackathon! This will be a pre-conference hackathon where you can pitch your idea and build it with peers and mentors and take it to the next level. Identify, brainstorm, and reboot the biotech industry. Sign up at www.bit.ly/
Some of the topics of interest at the conference include systems biology, synthetic biology, metabolic engineering, personalized medicine, point-of-care diagnostics, microfluidics, medical technology, food security, digital health, computational biology, drug development, metagenomics, and bioenergy, amongst others.
For a chance to showcase your innovative research as an oral or poster presentation, submit your abstracts at www.bit.ly/
Deadline: 31st January, 2017.
To reserve your spot at this stellar event, register now! Limited accommodation available on first-come first-served basis. Student and early bird discounts available!
Early bird registration expires 27th Jan, 2017.
Regular registration expires 10th February, 2017.
Late registration expires 20th February, 2017.
On-spot registration subject to availability for DECODE – Pakistan’s first Ever Bio-hackathon
For details and registration, please visit www.bit.ly/
For questions and concerns, please contact the Conference Coordinator, at [email protected]