ESHG 2017 Presentation: Finding & Accessing Human Genomic Data

The 50th ESHG Conference took place in Copenhagen (the same place where it started in 1967) and gathered around 3,000 researchers from all over the world. Four super intense days (27-30 May) were filled with lectures, workshops, poster sessions, exhibitions and a real Danish party!

Attending the event was our Scientific Liaison Nadia (left), Scientific Lead Manuel, or our CEO Fiona Nielsen (right):


We had a poster and a stand featured in the exhibit area. We had a great location and size for our booth, and a lovely colour carpet too! We shared super Repositive goodies and held a t-shirt contest. But best of all, we got to meet and talk with interesting people about how they can get involved in collaboration and data sharing. It was fantastic!


Our Scientific Lead, Manuel Corpas, attended this event to hold a unique Satellite workshop on Finding & accessing human genomic data. You can view the workshop below:

Look out! Next we will release a "demo" workshop video of how to use Repositive.


Our Scientific Liaison, Nadia, said:

"Seeing old colleagues and friends and meeting new ones was definitely one of the greatest experiences at the event!"

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