Combining Whole Genome Sequencing with Clinical Care
with David Bick, M.D., CMO & Faculty Investigator, HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology; Founder & CMO, Envision Genomics; Medical Director, Smith Family Clinic for Genomic Medicine
David Bick of HudsonAlpha speaks to CHI on July 20th, 2016. Dr. Bick will be speaking during the Health and Wellness Genomic Screening symposium at the Next Generation Diagnostics Summit, August 23-26th, in Washington DC.
Transitioning Basic Research Into Actual Diagnostics: A Preview
Timothy D. Minogue, Ph.D., Chief, Molecular Diagnostics Department, Diagnostic Systems Division, USAMRIID
Tim Minogue of the United States Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases speaks to CII on July 8, 2016. Tim Minogue will be speaking during the Molecular Diagnostics for Infectious Disease track at the Next Generation Diagnostics
Summit, August 24th, in Washington DC.
Digital PCR: Changing the Way Scientists Conduct Research
Hatim Husain, M.D., Assistant Professor, Medicine, Hematology and Oncology, University of California, San Diego
Dr. Hatim Husain, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the department of Hematology and Oncology at UCSD spoke to CHI to discuss how using digital PCR has changed the way he conducts his research in oncology. He describes some of the benefits and
challenges of integrating digital PCR into a laboratory, as well as discusses what he’s looking forward to seeing at the Digital PCR symposium.
Medicine for the Future: NGS Pricing and Precision Medicine Implementation in the Clinic
Jamie Platt, Ph.D., MB(ASCP), Managing Director, BRIDGenomics, LLC.
Jamie Platt of BRIDGenomics speaks to CHI on June 22, 2016. Dr. Platt will be speaking during the Health and Wellness Genomic Screening Symposium at the Next Generation Diagnostics Summit, August 23-36, in Washington DC.
The Microbiome and Human Reproduction: Current Research and Future Developments
Jason Franasiak, M.D., FACOG, Attending Physician, Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey
Dr. Jason Franasiak, Attending Physician at the Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey, spoke to CHI to discuss the origins of germ theory and human microbiome research, specifically as it relates to human reproduction. He'll detail some
of his research on the uteran microbiome during embryo implantation, future developments for diagnostics, and how other scientists may utilize his research and apply it to their own studies.
Blood-Based Genotyping of Colorectal Cancer Patients
Giulia Siravegna, University of Torino and the IRCCS-Candiolo Cancer Institute
Giulia Siravegna of the University of Torino and the IRCCS-Candiolo Cancer Institute discusses the recent study on the potential of circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) to evaluate response to chemotherapy in colorectal cancer patients; how ctDNA will
be used in conjunction with other tests in the standard of care for colorectal cancer; exciting applications emerging for liquid biopsies; and results from the recent liquid biopsy study published in Nature.
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