NGS-webinar-series

Learn how next-generation sequencing can be used in your research

This next-generation sequencing (NGS) webinar series features scientific leaders who will share their research and developers who will describe the latest innovations from Thermo Fisher Scientific.  The topics range from immuno-oncology and cell-free DNA to inherited disease research; there is something for everyone.  Register and let the learning begin.  

Webinars

Reproductive genomics

Rapid PGS workflow using next-generation sequencing
Fabien Murisier, Scientific director, Centre for Medically Assisted Procreation (CPMA)
Luis A. Alcaraz, Director, Bioarray

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Gene expression research

Exosome miRNA sequencing for biomarker profiling using Ion S5 System and Ion Total RNA-Seq Kit
Lesley Cheng, PhD, La Trobe University

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Oncology research

The journey to realizing the promise of precision medicine
Timothy Triche, MD, PhD; Co-Director, Center for Personalized Medicine Program; Professor of Pathology and Pediatrics, USC Keck School of Medicine; Children's Hospital Los Angeles Center for Personalized Medicine
P. Mickey Williams, PhD, Director, Molecular Characterization Laboratory, National Cancer Institute at Frederick

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Oncology research

Latest advances in tumor genomic profiling for challenging samples
Dr. Navid Sadri, Clinical Assistant Professor, Pathology, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
Dr. Jody McIntyre, Associate Director, Oncology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Oncology research

Discover potentially predictive immuno-oncology biomarkers using next-gen sequencing
Fiona Hyland, Director of Bioinformatics R&D, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Carl Morrison MD, DVM, Professor of Pathology at Roswell Park Cancer Institute; President of OmniSeq Precision Medicine Technology

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Oncology research

Variant detection in cell-free DNA from NSCLC using NGS
Tracy Stockley PhD, FCCMG, FACMG, Associate Professor, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

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Inherited disease research

Application of targeted next-generation sequencing (NGS) panels in neurodevelopmental disorder research
Alessandra Murgia, Associated Professor, Department of Woman and Child Health, University of Padova, Italy
Francisco Hernandez-Guzman, Senior Product Manager, Clinical Sequencing Division, Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Infectious disease research

Investigating the genetics of human macrophage response and resistance to Mycobacterium tuberculosis with Ion AmpliSeq gene expression panels
Audrey Papp, B.S., MT ASCP(H), CLSp MB, Technical Director, The Ohio State University

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