Mark your calendars now for these upcoming events:

Double Helix Dash, April 5
Tuesday, April 5 at 5:30 p.m. The Double Helix Dash is one of the most unique races in North Alabama. The race begins and ends on Genome Way in front of HudsonAlpha and winds through McMillian Park’s distinctive double helix path. All proceeds support HudsonAlpha’s work with rare and undiagnosed genetic disorders.

Rocket City Young Professionals Summit, April 22
The Rocket City Young Professionals Summit, with the theme “Millennials Rising,” is an opportunity to learn about issues relevant to today’s millennials and to hear from employers and business leaders with fresh ideas for reaching young professionals.

HudsonAlpha Spring Benefit, April 28
This year’s Spring Benefit will focus on  neurodegenerative brain diseases such as Alzheimer, Parkinson, ALS and Huntington disease.

BioAlabama Annual Meeting, May 11
Join Alabama’s leading biotechnology researchers and business leaders at the BioAlabama Annual Meeting for discussions on the innovation and potential within Alabama’s biotechnology and life science industries and a celebration of our progress successes, along with the presentation of the Inaugural BioAlabama Element Award.

BIO International Convention, June 6-9
Bio International is the largest global event for the biotechnology industry and attracts the biggest names in biotech for an entire week of networking, partnering opportunities and insights into the major trends affecting the industry. Visit HudsonAlpha in pavilion #7229.

HudsonAlpha Genomic Medicine Conference, August 8-10
The inaugural Genomic Medicine Conference will take place August 8-10, 2016 at HudsonAlpha. The conference is an interdisciplinary and international program focused on genomic medicine in a clinical setting. In addition to scientific educational tracks, the conference features two unique tracks aimed at adult adoptees and individuals with rare and undiagnosed diseases – and the opportunity to have their genomes sequenced.

 

 

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