At ESHG 2014, QIAGEN is hosting a symposium presenting next generation sequencing research using CLC bio and Ingenuity software: How to Ensure Valuable Insights and Results from Sample Preparation to NGS Data Analysis.
The symposium is on Monday 2 June 2014, 15.30 – 17.00 hrs
Location is Suite 5 – Level 2 Mezzanine
How to ensure valuable insights and results from sample preparation to NGS data analysis
Jason T. Gammack, VP, Advanced Genomics Commercial Operations, QIAGEN Redwood City, CA, USA
Fast and accurate identification of disease related variants in a Glioblastoma cohort
Jos de Graaf, PhD, Head Next Generation Sequencing Unit, Translational Oncology (TRON), Mainz, Germany
NGS Data Analysis using CLC Genomics Workbench in a Diagnostic Laboratory
Dr. Ina Vogl, Scientist, Center of Human Genetics and Laboratory Diagnostics (AHC), Munich, Germany
Novel variants in PIGQ, PGAP3 and PIGY further implicate the GPI pathway in the pathogenesis of neurodevelopmental abnormalities
Dr Alistair Pagnamenta, The Wellcome Trust Center for Human Genetics, University of Oxford, UK
NB. Seating is limited, so first come, first serverd. Refreshments will be provided after the symposium.
Visit our booth
During the conference you can find us at our booth no. 350.
We look forward to meeting you in Milan!