Making the most of your experience at DRDK 2022

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The Don Rix Distinguished Keynote Address (DRDK) is a free annual event dedicated to the memory of Dr. Donald B.Rix that provides an opportunity for the public to hear directly from world-class innovators in life sciences and learn about Genome BC and how its work is resulting in positive impacts for British Columbia, Canada and beyond.

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The Don Rix Distinguished Keynote Address is a free event open to the general public as well as teachers, students, leaders from business, industry, and the life sciences community.   

Genome BC is a not-for-profit organization supporting world-class genomics research and innovation to grow globally competitive life sciences sectors and deliver sustainable benefits for British Columbia, Canada and beyond. For over 20 years, Genome BC has generated over $1.27 billion of investment in more than 498 genomics research and innovation projects, including over 1,000 collaborations with partners across BC and internationally.

The organization’s initiatives are improving the lives of people throughout BC by advancing health care in addition to addressing environmental and natural resource challenges. In addition to scientific programming, Genome BC works to integrate genomics into society by supporting responsible research and innovation and fostering an understanding and appreciation of the life sciences among educators, students and the public.

Visit genomebc.ca to learn more about who we are, our programs and the impact of genomics.

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No worries, we know plans can change. However, please return to this website and cancel your registration so we can make seats available for others. Simply sign in and modify your registration by clicking on the edit icon under Registrant Details. 

Genome BC's events are designed to be safe and open environments for all participants. Please review and follow Genome BC's community guidelines when participating in our events.

 

The Keynote will be held at the Vancouver Convention Centre West Building.  We'll also send you an email with a reminder and directions before the event starts.

The Keynote Address starts at 4:30 pm on Thursday September 15, 2022 and will be followed by a Q&A. Afterwards, we invite you to join us for a reception with cocktails and canapes in the Vancouver Convention Centre’s Ocean Lobby. The event ends at 7:00 pm.  Doors open at 4:00 pm.

No worries, we know plans can change. However, please return to this website and cancel your registration so we can make seats available for others. Simply sign in and modify your registration by clicking on the edit icon under Registrant Details. 

Yes, there will be 30 minute question and answer period after the presentation.   

Absolutely! The presentation will be recorded so you will be able to watch it on-demand after the event.  However, you will need to be registered and have your login information for this website to have access to on-demand recording.

On-demand recordings will be available on this website. You will also be able to view on-demand content via Genome BC's YouTube Channel two weeks after the event.   

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