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Venue & Accommodation

Stay and Meet at the
Meliá Avenida America

The Meliá Avenida America offers the perfect combination of comfortable accommodation and convenient meeting facilities. This 4-star hotel boasts a strategic location and is the ideal meeting space for AMP Europe 2024. 

Fully refurbished during 2021, it provides more than 300 rooms and 32 meeting room facilities (5500 sqm), ensuring unique services due to its capacities.


Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena Street, 36, Madrid


  • 6 km from Adolfo Suárez-Madrid Barajas Airport
  • 9 km from Atocha Railway Station
  • 9 km from Madrid Center
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Federico Monzon

Federico A. Monzon is a molecular pathologist with extensive experience translating novel genomic technologies into clinical molecular tests, including leading studies on prostate and renal cancer genomics and the validation of one of the first FDA-cleared gene expression clinical assays for the diagnosis of tumors of unknown origin while at the University of Pittsburgh and Houston Methodist Hospital. At Invitae and Baylor Genetics laboratories, he pioneered the use of panel testing for hereditary cancers as well as cancer exome sequencing.

Dr. Monzon is a consultant on medical and scientific strategy for companies in the diagnostic space. Currently, he is Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at Delphi Diagnostics, a laboratory focused on providing genomic tools for the management of breast cancer patients. Prior to that, he served as CMP for Castle Diagnostics and served as Medical Director of Oncology and Medical Director for Latin America at Invitae Corporation. Previously, Dr. Monzon served as Director of Pathology at the Cancer Genetics Laboratory at Baylor College of Medicine. He earned his M.D. from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) and is board-certified by the American Board of Pathology in anatomic, clinical and molecular genetic pathology. Dr Monzon was the 2017 President of the Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) and continues to be engaged in AMP and other professional societies to shape the future of clinical genomic medicine.