Symposium: "qPCR & dPCR Under The Microscope" 4 & 5 May 2020, Taronga Centre, Monday, 04. May 2020

Come and meet international legends of qPCR & dPCR at Taronga Zoo, 4-5 May 2020.
1) Prof Carl Wittwer, father of SYBR Green & HRM, Professor of Pathology at the University of Utah Medical School and adjunct professor of BioMedical Engineering at the University of Utah.
2) Dr Jan Ruijter, inventor of LinReg PCR, previously at the Department of Medical Biology, Academic Medical Center, the Netherlands.
3) Prof Michael Pfaffl, inventor of REST Analysis, Life Science Center Weihenstephan, Technical University, Munich, Germany,
4) Prof Stephen Bustin, Professor of Molecular Medicine at Anglia Ruskin University
5) Professor Jo Vandesompele, Professor in Functional Cancer Genomics & Applied Bioinformatics at Ghent University, and co-founder & Chief Scientific Officer at Biogazelle.
6) Dr Jim Huggett, UK National Measurement Laboratory, and senior lecturer in Analytical Microbiology at the University of Surrey.
Some comments from previous symposium delegates:

Fascinating conference program, gourmet food and multimillion dollar views. 
This symposium was one of the best ever that I've attended. The mix of presenters, the quality of the talks and the overall vibe was great. The stunning venue really speaks for itself.
It was great to be around people all united by one technique.
Great range of speakers that covered many aspects, applications and issues faced in qPCR.
International speakers were awesome.
Food was delicious and the staff were excellent - attentive and unobstrusive.
It was good that the conference fee was not overpriced, and thus affordable.
Easy to travel to with public transportation. Amazing views. Taronga is a great conference venue, as it gives people the privilege to walk around to clear their minds and start over for the speaker.
Lots of tips for research. Information that could be incorporated into my lectures for University.
Very good, great speakers with a wide range of disciplines.
Talks were well pitched to an audience of mixed background knowledge.
The dinner at Ripples was awesome - great choice!
Good opportunity to network during the breaks.
There was an open and friendly approach to the talks and discussions.
Very nice to have a small group of people, making it easy to talk to everyone. More relaxed feel.
Easy to get to, and an atmosphere removed from the hustle of Sydney.
Hard to top this conference.
A great showcase of emerging technologies.

Monday, 04. May 2020, Taronga Centre, Symposium: "qPCR & dPCR Under The Microscope" 4 & 5 May 2020

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