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RE(ACT) Congress 2018

RE(ACT) Congress 2018
Wednesday, March 7, 2018

BLACKSWAN Foundation in collaboration with E-RARE, both active in supporting research activities in the field of rare diseases, are pleased to announce the opening of registrations of the RE(ACT) Congress 2018, 4th international congress on research of rare and orphan diseases to be held at the Rizzoli Orthopedic Institute – Codivilla-Putti Research Institute in Bologna, Italy, from 7th to 10th March 2018 a superb setting for stimulating learning, exchanges and networking.

The conference sessions will explore issues and cutting-edge technologies that affect many adult and paediatric conditions. The following topics are to be discussed:
·      Opportunities in rare diseases around the world
·      NGS and undiagnosed rare diseases
·      Pathophysiology
·      Gene and cell therapy
·      Neurological diseases
Our aim is to promote research on rare and orphan diseases among the general public, industry and policymakers as well as to provide a forum for researchers to meet and pool their knowledge. The underlying objective is to tackle the key issues that need to be addressed if we are to see new and promising therapies and treatments rapidly delivered to patients all around the world.
This will also help to further understanding of other more common diseases and to encourage clear insights from the scientific community in universities and industry.
The congress will bring together world leaders and young scientists from stem cell, cell biology, gene therapy, human genetic, or therapeutic applications to present state-of-the-art research, to discuss results and to exchange ideas.
We are counting on your presence to make this meeting a great event. For more information and the full programme click HERE.

Profit from preferential E-Rare and RE(ACT) Community members price and register HERE

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