PGC's Protein, Proteomics, and Metabolomics Facility

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Invitation to the Inauguration of PGC’s Protein, Proteomics, and Metabolomics Facility: Bridging the Gaps of Omics Research in the Philippines

Warm greetings from the Philippine Genome Center!We would like to invite you to the virtual launch of the PGC core facility, Protein, Proteomics, and Metabolomics Facility (PPMF) on October 04, 2021 at 09:00 am - 12:40 pm.The PPMF is established to provide the necessary infrastructure for the conduct of proteomics and metabolomics studies in the Philippines. The inauguration program will present an introduction to the facility's services and facilities as well as messages from officials of the Department of Science and Technology, Philippine Council for Health Research and Development, and University of the Philippines.Thank you and we hope to see you there!

Register to attend the launch
Register to join via the Zoom webinar. For those who will not be able to participate through the meeting link, the launch will be streamed on PGC's Facebook page.
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One Health in the Era of OMICS

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 2-DAY WEBINAR on One Health in the Era of OMICS on October 4-5, 2021, 3PM - 6PM

 via Zoom and Facebook

Omics technology is an emerging tool in biology and biotechnology wherein diverse new approaches are utilized to study and understand biological systems in large batches of data. In the Philippines, use of omics technology has been gaining ground as access to it has been more of reach particularly in health research.

 The One Health approach tries to understand traits and characters by looking not only at one system, but the interconnection between systems, i.e. humans, animals, environment, etc. The shift from traditional investigatory approaches to the newer one health approach requires careful understanding of sampling, population structure, and statistical considerations.

This 2-day webinar will showcase presentations from various experts in the country and abroad in the field of infectious diseases in humans and animals, bioinformatics, mathematical modeling, drug discovery, and genomics epidemiology.

The speakers include researchers and scientists from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in London (LSHTM), England, and from the Philippines. The KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Prof. Taane Clark and Prof. Martin Hibberd of London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.

This 2-DAY WEBINAR is funded by: Newton Agham Fund; Supported by British Council; In collaboration with London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Philippine Genome Center Mindanao, University of the Philippines Mindanao, and PSBMB – Mindanao Chapter; and with Monitoring Agency: DOST PCHRD.

 Register here:

 This webinar FREE and OPEN to all!

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