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Scientific tourism on the road

Posted May 21 2011 6:27pm

Last week I had an opportunity to visit two important events related to my professional interests. One was held in Bristol (UK) – Cancer Genetics Meeting , where I presented a poster on recently developed new method for Lynch syndrome and MSI screening .
The second one was in Berlin (DE) – 2nd Congress of European society of Predictive Medicine , where i was invited to give a talk about founder BRCA1/2 mutations in the Europe.
After somehow unexpected loss of my prepared presentation, there was a very productive brainstorm all way back in coach to London, there (thanks to Pret-A-Manger free internet hotspots) and the airport. Since there was interest in my review, now anyone can dowload it here .
And in the next week there will be big European Society of Human Genetic meeting in Amsterdam (NL), where i will present a case in oncogenetic meeting (soon there will be separate post about ESHG). A very informative scientific guide on “ “How the British and the Dutch Communicate” ” highlights some important aspects for successful understanding of some evident peculiarities in these two nations :)
From Amsterdam I have plans to enjoy Dutch way of travelling and cycle with my folding Brompton down to Brussels, Belgium. If anyone have something suggest to visit on the way – is welcome to share.

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