CHI’s Sixth Annual Microarrays in Medicine
|Event Date/Time: May 04, 2005||End Date/Time: May 05, 2005|
Microarrays build bridges on which biologists and clinicians can meet to understand, diagnose, and treat diseases. The promises of microarrays are:
• rapid access to molecular pathways • a more precise diagnosis and prognosis of diseases
• a better understanding of drug action • the ability to better define therapeutic strategies
That, coupled with the FDA’s growing interest in the use of microarray-based genomic diagnostic devices, holds a bright future for both researchers developing pharmaceuticals and clinicians performing diagnostics. Optimizing “arrays” depends on carefully assessing your specific purposes. Cambridge Healthech Institute’s 6th Annual Microarrays in Medicine: Arrays of Possibilities, will provide practical information and results about new technical developments and specific applications to help determine which arrays are best for your specific application or research need.