Join Thermo Fisher Scientific at ASHG 2016, October 18–22, Vancouver, Canada
Whether you are researching mutations involved in inherited disease or cancer, identifying biomarkers, or conducting translational research, we provide innovative technologies and services to help you accomplish your genetic analysis objectives.
Visit us at booth #602 to see the latest Applied Biosystems™ and Ion Torrent™ genetic analysis solutions.
Featuring Applied Biosystems and Ion Torrent innovations
Title: Latest genetic analysis tools for the discovery and understanding of disease-causing mutations
- Dr. Janet Chou, Assistant Professor at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School From exomes to panels: A clinical research lab’s journey to improving variant yields
- Dr Robert Judson, Department of Dermatology at the University of California, San Francisco Quantification of nevus and melanoma associated microRNAs from micro-dissected FFPE-fixed tissue
Date: Thursday, October 20, 1:00–2:30 p.m.
Location: Vancouver Convention Centre, East Building Room 2/3
Lunch will be provided. Please register early, as space may be limited.
In-booth presentation schedule:
|Wednesday||October 19||12:30 pm||Comprehensive liquid biopsy solution using Oncomine cfDNA NGS assays and Taqman Digital PCR cfDNA assays||Marion Laig, Sr. Product Applications Specialist, Genetic Analysis|
|3:00 pm||A high throughput TaqMan CFTR mutation genotyping workflow||Toinette Hartshorne, Ph.D., Sr. Staff Applications Scientist, Genetic Analysis|
|Thursday||October 20||10:30 am||Sensitive detection of miRNAs using TaqMan Advanced miRNA qPCR Assays||Sara Brown, PhD Product Manager, TaqMan Assays|
|3:00 pm||Incorporating Capillary Electrophoresis Analyses into Genome Editing Workflows||Stephen Jackson, Ph.D, associate director product applications|
|Friday||October 21||10:30 am||A rapid genotyping research assay for determining basic ABO RhD blood types and CCR5 status||Edgar Schreiber Ph.D., Sr. Product Applications Specialist, Genetic Analysis|
|12:30 pm||Low level somatic variant detection by Sanger sequencing of formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) samples for Precision Oncology||Arpad Gerstner Arpad Gerstner, MD, PhD, Sr. Product Applications Scientist|
|3:00 pm||Ion AmpliSeq targeted sequencing and data analysis solutions for inherited disease research||Arvind Kothandaraman
Sr. Product Manager
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.