About the Conference

International Conference and Expo on Genetic Disorders and Gene Therapy have been scheduled during May 15-16, 2023, at Istanbul, Turkey. This conference mainly discusses about the genetic variations, gene therapy, human genome and also recent advances in genetics, genetic disorders and gene therapy. The recent trends in genetics involves mRNA treatment for cancer, gene network changes associated with cancer onset & progression identify new treatment targets, genome structural variation etc.

Why to attend this Conference?

Be the first to showcase your research, innovations and the brand to attain competitive advantages. Meet your target audience and explore your knowledge about the research work.

  • Build your professional network.
  • Know about the latest research.
  • Improve your presentation and communication skills.
  • Get response on an early version of your latest research work.
  • Acquire knowledge beyond your field or interest.
  • Get opportunity to meet people.
  • Explore your research ideas
  • Complimentary & group registrations

Target Audience

  • Doctors
  • Young research fellows
  • Research Scholars
  • Residents, Fellows & Post Docs
  • Surgeons
  • Geneticist
  • Gene Therapists
  • Molecular Biologist
  • Business Executives & Directors
  • Industry professionals
  • Technical Companies.
  • Professors
  • Students
  • Associate and Assistant Professors
  • CEOs, COOs, Directors, Vice Presidents, Co-directors, Managing Directors,
  • Post-Doctoral and Researchers in Chemistry, Students from the related fields

Genetics & Molecular Biology Universities


  • Michigan State University, USA
  • Stanford University, USA
  • Arizona State University, USA
  • New York University, USA
  • Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
  • University of Michigan, USA
  • University of California, USA
  • University of Oxford, USA
  • University of Toronto, Canada
  • University of Texas at Austin, USA
  • University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA
  • University of Toronto, USA
  • Johns Hopkins University, USA
  • University of Washington, USA
  • University of Cambridge, USA
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • Harvard University, USA
  • McGill University, Canada
  • University of British Columbia, Canada


  • University of Cambridge, UK
  • University of Oxford, UK
  • University College London, UK
  • University of Edinburgh, UK
  • King's College London, UK
  • University of Nottingham, UK
  • University of Bristol, UK
  • Imperial College London, UK
  • Queen Mary University of London, UK
  • University of Manchester, UK
  • University of Glasgow, UK
  • Cardiff University, UK
  • University of Dundee, UK
  • Heidelberg University, Germany
  • Technical University of Munich, Germany
  • Charite - Medical University of Berlin, Germany
  • Moscow State University, Russia
  • University of Munich, Germany
  • University of Bonn, Germany
  • University of Cologne, Germany
  • University of Freiburg, Germany
  • Free University of Berlin, Germany
  • Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
  • Eberhard Karls University, Germany


  • University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Kyoto University, Japan
  • Osaka University, Japan
  • Hokkaido University, Japan
  • Nagasaki University, Japan
  • Monash University, Australia
  • University of Queensland, Australia
  • University of Melbourne, Australia
  • University of Sydney, Australia
  • University of New South Wales, Australia

Middle East:

  • Ain Shams University, Egypt
  • Zagazig University, Egypt
  • Kuwait University, Kuwait
  • Alexandria University, Egypt
  • Cairo University, Egypt
  • Al Azhar University, Egypt
  • Menoufia University, Egypt
  • Mansoura University, Egypt
  • Universal Empire Institute of Medical Sciences, UAE
  • Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, UAE
  • Genetics & Molecular Biology Associations and Societies


  • American College Of Molecular Biology Pathologists, USA
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science, USA
  • American Chemical Society, USA
  • United States National Academies, USA
  • Botanical Society of America, USA
  • California Academy of Sciences, USA
  • Society for Science and the Public, USA
  • Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas, USA
  • American Association for the Advancement of  Science, USA
  • American Fern Society, USA
  • American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, USA
  • American Institute of Biological Sciences, USA
  • American Urological and Lichenological Society, USA
  • American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, USA
  • Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, USA
  • Association for Laboratory Automation, USA
  • Biological Society of Washington, USA
  • California Academy of Sciences, USA
  • Centre for Science in the Public Interest, USA
  • Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, USA
  • National Academy of Sciences, USA


  • Genetics Society, UK
  • Anatomical Society, UK
  • Astrobiology Society of Britain, UK
  • Biochemical Society, UK
  • British Educational Research Association, UK
  • British International Studies Association, UK
  • British Science Association, UK
  • British Medical Association, UK
  • British Pharmacological Society, UK
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria
  • Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
  • Austrian Research Institute for Artificial  Intelligence, Austria
  • Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts, Belgium
  • Actuarial Society of Finland, Finland
  • Finnish Academy of Science and Letters, Finland
  • Academy of Sciences, France
  • Academy of Technologies, France
  • Association of German Engineers, Germany
  • German Academy of Science and Engineering, Germany


  • Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, Hong Kong
  • Indian Academy of Sciences, India
  • Indian National Science Academy, India
  • Indian National Academy of Engineering, India
  • Asiatic Society of Japan, Japan
  • Hong Kong Society of Medical Genetics, Hong Kong
  • Genetics Society of Korea, South Korea
  • Korean Society of Human Genetics, South Korea
  • Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society,  Malaysia

Middle East:

  • Middle East Molecular Biology Sources, UAE
  • Red Crescent Society of the United Arab Emirates, UAE
  • CFA Society Emirates, UAE
  • Baniyas Cooperative Society, UAE
  • Dubai Genetics Center, UAE
  • Saudi Society of Medical Genetics, Saudi Arabia
  • The Association for Clinical Genomic Science, Qatar
  • Egyptian Society of Genetics, Egypt

Market Analysis

Over 7,000 rare diseases have been documented to affect over 400 million individuals worldwide. Between 3.5% and 5.9% of people worldwide suffer from rare diseases. 72% of rare diseases are inherited, while others are brought on by bacterial or viral infections, asthma, environmental factors, or are proliferative and degenerative in nature. About 70% of genetically rare disorders start when a child is young. Relatively common symptoms can mask unique underlying illnesses, leading to delayed identification and treatment. The patient's quality of life is significantly impacted by the lack of mobility loss brought on by the condition's chronic, deteriorating, degenerative, and frequently fatal symptoms. Thus, it is projected that the increasing number of people with rare diseases would fuel the gene therapy application during the forecast period.

The worldwide cell and gene therapy manufacturing services market is expected to reach USD 13.8 billion by 2026, up from USD 7.7 billion in 2021, at a CAGR of 12.4% over the forecast period. The high incidence of cancer and other target diseases, increasing investments in pharmaceutical R&D, investments in advanced technologies by CDMOs, and increased partnerships and agreements between pharmaceutical companies and CDMOs are driving growth in the cell & gene therapy manufacturing services market. The high operating expenses associated with cell and gene therapy manufacturing, on the other hand, are projected to limit the growth of the cell and gene therapy manufacturing services market to some extent.
The market for rare illness genetic testing is predicted to be worth US$ 900 million in 2020 and US$ 2.5 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 9.7 percent. The uncommon disease not only impacts the lives of a few people scattered over the world, but the number of people afflicted is directly similar to the world's third most populous country. Genetic testing is a high-level analytic tool that not only aids in diagnosing particular illness manifestations but also in determining the hidden causes of genetic disorders.

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