Center of Genomics, Evolution and Medicine

Geneforum 2022

Geneforum 2022

Geneforum 2022

2-3 September 2022

virtually and in persion in Tartu, Estonia

The 21st Gene Forum will take place on September 2-3, bringing together prominent experts from Europe and the US to discuss progress in the field.

An annual international high-level scientific conference on genetics and genomics, the major event in Baltics, provides an excellent opportunity to establish and renew contacts in the region.

Due to its interdisciplinary scope, Gene Forum 2023 brings together 20 distinguished experts from Europe and US for discussion on the progress in the field. Speakers will discuss a variety of topics such as the implementation of personalized medicine to clinical practice, pharmacogenomics, mental health, microbiome and population genomics and epigenetics.

As the organizers, we hope that the forthcoming Gene Forum 2023 will create an inspiring environment to exchange ideas and experiences. The conference will take place in Tartu, the second biggest city of Estonia, rich in academic and historical traditions. We hope that your stay in Tartu will be both enjoyable and professionally stimulating.

Topics include:

  • Personalized medicine in psychiatry
  • Parkinson Disease
  • Human microbiome
  • Population genomics
  • Immunology and Epigenetics

More than 20 world-class speakers have been confirmed to talk at Gene Forum 2022. We are delighted that among others two honorary doctors of the University of Tartu – Prof Ewan Birney (Deputy Director General EMBL & Director EMBL-EBI) and Prof Mart Saarma (Research Director, Institute of Biotechnology, University of Helsinki) – will give presentations.

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The conference is held both virtually and in-person at the Estonian National Museum in Tartu, Estonia.

See you at the Geneforum 2022!