01 June 2023
Unilabs to Exhibit at the 56th Annual European Human Genetics Conference in Glasgow, Scotland
Geneva, 1 June 2023: Unilabs, a leading international provider of diagnostic services, will exhibit at the 56th annual European Human Genetics Conference (ESHG) in Glasgow, Scotland, from 10-13 June. Attendees can visit Unilabs Genetics at stand 274.
The ESHG conference is a major scientific and professional event in human genetics, bringing together European and international geneticists.
“We are delighted to be part of the annual European Human Genetics Conference again and look forward to meeting with geneticists and industry professionals from across the world. The event gives us the opportunity to showcase our extensive genetic testing services and explore partnership opportunities,” said Unilabs’ President - Scientific Business Units and Chief Medical Officer Dr Christian Rebhan.
Unilabs Genetics provides access to a test menu of more than 4,000 genetic tests, with over 100 genetics specialists and genetics laboratory professionals serving customers in over 70 countries.
"At Unilabs Genetics, we are committed to constantly evolve our test offerings and adopt the latest technologies to meet the demands of patients, healthcare providers and Pharma, in terms of capabilities, quality, and cost-efficiency. Our team of specialists will be available to discuss with the medical genetics’ community our genomic solutions, supporting clinical and research projects, as well as daily clinical practice," added Unilabs’ Head of Genetics Dr Nicolas Stephanou.
For more information, please visit unilabs.com/ESHG.
Press Office, Unilabs
Unilabs is one of Europe’s leading medical diagnostics companies, offering a complete range of laboratory, pathology, genetics, and imaging services to patients across four continents.
With over 13,000 people in 16 countries, Unilabs invests heavily in technology, equipment, and people – using digital technologies in its state-of-the-art laboratories and imaging institutes – to improve the lives of close to 100 million people every year.