The Canadian Institutes of Health Research - Institute of Genetics (CIHR-IG) is pleased to support the 8th annual Canadian Human and Statistical Genetics Meeting. The conference will be held in collaboration with the Canadian GE3LS* and Health Services Policy Research at Fairmont le Château Montebello, Québec (Canada), 16-19 June 2019.

* Genomics and its Ethical, Environmental, Economic, Legal and Social Implications

Registration Deadline is Thursday 9 May, 2019.

Submit your abstract by Thursday 9 May, 2019.

Registration Fees

PI/Faculty Member (single accommodation) $1000
The registration fee includes: meeting, accommodations, breakfasts, lunches, coffee breaks.
Post Doc/Trainee/Student (shared accommodation) $500
The registration fee includes: meeting, accommodations breakfasts, lunches, coffee breaks.
Note: single accommodations available at $1000
Full meeting Day Pass (no accommodation) $200
The registration fee includes: meeting (all days) breakfasts, lunches, coffee breaks.
Single Day Pass $100
The registration fee includes: one day of meeting and breakfast, lunch, coffee break.
Register

Speakers include:

  • Dr. Nancy Cox, Vanderbilt University
  • Dr. Brent Richards, McGill University
  • Dr. Guillaume Bourque, McGill University
  • Dr. Chris Kennedy, University of Ottawa
  • Dr. Myriam Brossard, Sinai Health System
  • Dr. Clara van Karnebeek, BC Children’s Hospital
  • Dr. Laura Arbour, University of Victoria
  • Dr. Andrew Paterson, Sick Kids
  • Dr. Darren Brenner, University of Calgary
  • Dr. Simon Gravel, McGill University
  • Dr. Kelly Burkett, University of Ottawa
  • Dr. Simon Girard, McGill University
  • Dr. Yun-Hee Choi, University of Western Ontario

Sessions include:

  • Large Scale Cohorts and Data Integration
  • Whole Genome Analysis
  • Statistical Genetics: Study Design and Analysis
  • Implementing Genomics in the Clinic: Policy and Law
  • Multi-omics Approaches
  • Population Genetics: Application and Methods
  • Data Analysis Integration/Analysis/Harmonization in Canada and Worldwide
  • Clinical Genome