G2MC 7th International Conference

October 2-4, 2023

Meet us in-person in Geneva, Switzerland or join us online !

Geneva, Switzerland

About the Event

We are excited to share that the Global Genomic Medicine Consortium (G2MC) 7th International Conference will be held October 2-4, 2023 in Geneva, Switzerland. For those unable to attend in person, we will also be incorporating virtual sessions.

The theme of this year’s conference is connecting with governing bodies and organizations, particularly LMICs, to enhance collaborations to ultimately influence genomic medicine implementation worldwide. Subthemes are being established and will be shared as the planning process continues.

Our past two conferences were held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so we are excited about the opportunity to convene in Geneva for this event. We hope you plan to join us in person or virtually for this leading-edge event bringing together world leaders to advance the field of genomic medicine.

If you or your organization may be interested in being a conference sponsor, please contact us.

We will regularly update the event webpage as conference planning progresses.

Early Career Investigators (ECI) Forum

We are pleased to once again host an Early Career Investigators (ECI) Forum (formerly called Young Investigators Forum) as part of this year’s conference. The forum aims to promote the next generation of leaders in the field of genomic medicine and provide opportunities to network with leaders in the field from around the world.

ECI Forum abstract submissions are now being accepted 

Abstracts will be selected for podium presentations or flash talks, and all qualified abstracts will be chosen for poster presentations. G2MC will cover the registration fee and lodging for ECIs selected for podium presentations and flash talks.

Submitted abstracts should contain recent scientific, educational and technological developments pertaining to genomic medicine implementation in limited-resource settings. Potential Early Career Investigator (ECI) participants (those that are young and/or new to the field of genomic medicine) are strongly encouraged to present results of their own original work.

Location & Venue

Geneva, Switzerland

Located in the southwestern corner of Switzerland, Geneva is situated along Europe’s largest lake, Lac Léman (Lake Geneva), and surrounded by the French Alps and Jura Mountains. Known as “a city of world diplomats” Geneva is headquarters to the United Nations, the World Health Organization, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, and the World Trade Organization, just to name a few. 

Campus Biotech

The conference will be held at Campus Biotech in Geneva. The center is known as “a Swiss center of excellence in biotechnology and life sciences research focusing on three domains: Neuroscience & Neurotechnology, Digital Health and Global Health.”

Location & Venue

Geneva, Switzerland

Located in the southwestern corner of Switzerland, Geneva is situated along Europe’s largest lake, Lac Léman (Lake Geneva) and surrounded by the French Alps and Jura Mountains. Known as “a city of world diplomats” Geneva is headquarters to the United Nations, the World Health Organization, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, and the World Trade Organization, just to name a few. 

Campus Biotech

The conference will be held at Campus Biotech in Geneva. The center is known as “a Swiss center of excellence in biotechnology and life sciences research focusing on three domains: Neuroscience & Neurotechnology, Digital Health and Global Health.”

About G2MC

G2MC is a not-for-profit organization based in the United States that was established in 2016 with the goal of bringing together the global community to enable the implementation of genomic medicine to improve individual and population health. Since its formation, G2MC has held international conferences approximately every 18 months to bring together leaders and experts in the field of genomic medicine from across the globe to explore and discuss advances in genomic medicine and brainstorm solutions to roadblocks. As an outcome of the 2018 International Conference in Capetown, South Africa, G2MC re-defined its mission to focus on low-resource settings – areas where the implementation of genomic medicine in healthcare could intensely improve the lives and health of individuals and communities. Known as “a city of world diplomats,” Geneva is the headquarters of the United Nations, the World Health Organization, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, and the World Trade Organization, amongst others.