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The Genomic Disorders Research Centre, the coordinating office of the Human Variome Project, is pleased to announce that abstracts are now being accepted for consideration by the scientific committee of the 3rd Human Variome Project Meeting. This meeting will formally discuss the next steps for the Human Variome Project, focussing on implementation and integration. The aim is to determine the major ways in which the recommendations and actions from the first meetings can be best implemented in a global collaborative context to prepare the systems necessary to routinely and systematically gather the deluge of variations in genes causing disease now being discovered. Abstract submissions are invited from anyone interested in collaborating in this area. Presentations will be chosen from those who have or are planning systems which are relevant to the collection and display of all mutations in all genes from all countries. All abstracts will be sent to the Session Chairs for discussion, even in cases where the authors are unable to attend.

Background

The 3rd Human Variome Project Meeting is being held from the 10th to the 14th of May, 2010 at the UNESCO Headquarters, 7 place de Fontenoy, Paris, France.

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