Join the cause! Join the community.

This June, over 2,500 of the genomics community will explore how together we can realize the true potential of genomic medicine. State-of-the-art work from leading academic organizations – Harvard, Broad, Dana Farber Cancer Institute – is intertwined with presentations from drug developers – Novartis, Genentech, Pfizer and Amgen – and top healthcare facilities – Boston Children’s Hospital, Mayo Clinic and Brigham and Women’s Hospital – to provide a complete view of the genomics landscape. And all without you having to pay a cent!

Our 10 pre-Festival workshops will allow you to explore complex subjects, whilst sessions on our TechForums will give snapshots of the latest techniques and technologies. As always, a number of new and exciting show floor attractions will define your Festival experience.

View the 2015 Festival for a taster of what we have in store for you.

Network with the entire genomics community


Show Floor

Things to explore at this year’s Festival:

  • 10 pre-Festival workshops for academics, healthcare professionals, and drug developers alike – add up to 3 workshops to your FREE festival ticket (see the workshops and workshop pricing).
  • Genomics in Space: a special evening seminar built with NASA. See the seminar agenda.
  • Show floor labs – explore our Live Lab with demos of the latest tech offerings within each genomics workflow. Visit the Data Lab, hosted by Microsoft.
  • Festival attractions  – explore the TechForum, Race the Helix, the play and more. Click here.

Like any good festival, leave feeling connected with the community and inspired by new perspectives.

Register Here

Founding Partners

Strategic Partners

About Us

Our mission is to help bring the benefits of genomics to patients faster. We do this by supporting scientists, clinicians, business/research leaders and officials, from academia, research institutes, industry, and healthcare and government organizations.

Sign up

Sign up to the mailing list for more information, and to receive the Front Line Genomics e-magazine. Read more here.