Sequencing Webinars

Genome editing

Genome editing workflow facilitated by the Thermo Fisher Scientific portfolio solution
Dr. Steve Jackson, Product applications, Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Cell line authentication

A complete workflow for human cell line authentication
Dr. Steve Jackson, Product applications, Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Oncology research

Investigating the Genetics of Human Macrophage Response and Resistance to Mycobacterium tuberculosis with AmpliSeq™ Gene Expression Panels
Audrey Papp, B.S., MT ASCP(H), CLSp MB, Technical Director, The Ohio State University

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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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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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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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Extended RAS Research Panel on Applied Biosystem’s new SeqStudio Genetic Analyzer

Dr. Luca Quagliata, Sr. Director, University Hospital Basel

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Reproductive genomics research

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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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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Enabling neurological disease research via DNA fragment analysis

Dr. Gary Latham, Sr. Vice President, Research and Development, Asuragen

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