Meet Genomenon at NSGC and ASHG

Meet Genomenon at NSGC and ASHG

STOP BY BOOTH 630 AND MEET THE GENOMENON TEAM at NSGC THIS WEEK!
Come meet the Genomenon team at two of the industry’s upcoming events and learn about how to overcome time consuming, burdensome PubMed and Google searches for variant curation!
The team from Genomenon will be onsite this week at the National Society of Genetic Counselors conference this week in Columbus, Ohio.
The NSGC event starts this Wednesday and will host over 2,000 genetic counselors from all over the country. The show centers around general education, breakthroughs in research and latest developments, while providing many opportunities to network with peers in the industry.
In October, the team will be onsite at the American Society of Human Genetics in Orlando, Florida. We will be presenting two exciting CoLabs at the conference.
 National Society of Genetic Counselors in Columbus, OH
September 13-16, 2017
We will be onsite at booth #630
 American Society of Human Genetics in Orlando, FL.
October 17-21, 2017
We will be onsite at booth #508

Genomenon will be presenting TWO sessions at ASHG this year!

 Wednesday, October 18, 1:45 PM

Faster, Comprehensive Variant Curation for Whole Genome Sequencing
Curating variants from whole genome sequencing (WGS) can be time consuming, labor intensive and expensive. Tom Barber, PhD, VP of Genomics for LifeOmic will discuss how the precision medicine-focused solution provider has accelerated its interpretation pipeline with prioritized, comprehensive literature search results from the Mastermind® genomic search engine.

Wednesday, October 18, 3:15 PM

Mining the Genomic Literature for Evidence-based Panel Design
Dr. Schu from Q2 Solutions will present a reproducible method used to select the content for an AML gene panel by mining millions of full text genomic articles to identify disease-gene-variant relationships through Mastermind®. Q2 was able to develop a comprehensive list of genes associated with AML in the scientific literature to create an evidence-based gene panel in under a week.

 

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