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At ESHG we hosted a seminar on NGS data analysis and visualization on Monday June 10, 2013, during lunch.

Program of the day

Identification and comparison of genetic variants – How to manage your human genetics data analysis

ESHG 2013

- Dr. Anika Joecker, PhD, Senior Bioinformatics Specialist, CLC bio Automatic identification and annotation of somatic mutations in cancer

- Dr. Kasper Thorsen, M.Sc., Ph.D., Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory, Aarhus University Hospital Skejby, Denmark Implementation of NGS in diagnostics

- Dr. Phillip Buckhaults, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology & Oncology, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA Somatic mutations and germline variants in human colon cancers

- Dr. Holger Karas, PhD, Senior Field Application Specialist, CLC bio Resequencing workflows and comparative analyses of large-scale NGS data - Holger did a run through of CLC Genomics Workbench.


Hot science

Just before our seminar started, the organizers of ESHG told us that the air conditioning in the room was broken. This probably wouldn’t have been a problem had only a few people showed up. But the room quickly got full – and somehow we managed to fit more than 80 people into a room for 60, which resulted in a very warm atmosphere… Luckily people were positive about it, which we appreciate a lot!

To all of you who couldn’t get in because it was full, we are sorry for this. But we are hosting an online webinar, where we’ll go through some of the stuff we covered at the seminar. If you’re interested in this, please send a mail to marketing@clcbio.com and we’ll include you in the session we’re planning to host in week 28.

Website dedicated to cancer research

At the seminar, we also launched a new website completely dedicated to cancer research clccancer.com. Here we’ll gather all our cancer related research, information, news, and updates.

Thanks to everyone who participated.

ESHG seminar 2013