Since the first VEPTC in 2016, The Human Variome Project (HVP) has held yearly training courses in Variant Effect Prediction as part of its mission to build capacity in the practice of responsible genomics and contribute to improving global health outcomes.
This year, QIAGEN is attending and will present an interactive workshop on how to classify NGS variants and summarize relevant findings into one report. Guided by Dr. Ruth Burton, a clinical applications specialist at QIAGEN, this session will provide hands-on opportunities to analyze and interpret real NGS data with several of QIAGEN’s clinical informatics solutions.Learn more
Since the first VEPTC in 2016, The APHL Annual Meeting addresses public health laboratory issues relative to emerging infectious diseases, environmental health, informatics, newborn screening, global health and more. Learn more here
Experience the buzz at ASM Microbe 2019—from the science in the thousands of poster presentations and scientific sessions, to the energy in the exhibit hall. Microbial scientists from around the world converge to share and learn from one another. You need to be there: June 20-24 in San Francisco, CA. Learn more here
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