NOV 12, 2020 3:00 PM PST

Translating insights into better outcomes: The new QIAseq Human Exome integrated solution

Sponsored by: QIAGEN
C.E. Credits: P.A.C.E. CE Florida CE
Speakers
  • Associate Director, Global Product Manager - Genomics
    Biography
      Brian Dugan is Associate Director of Global Product Manager - Genomics for QIAGEN's miRNA portfolio. Brian received his MS from Georgetown University in molecular biology. Previously, he has worked in marketing and business development positions for NGS testing, as well as research at Eunice Shriver NICHD.
    • Director, GPM Genetic Disease Informatics
      Biography
        An industry veteran, Rupert has helped early NGS companies including Life Technologies and Illumina successfully commercialize their sequencing platforms while making bioinformatics more accessible to the late adopters. As the leader of QIAGEN Bioinformatics' Hereditary Disease Portfolio, he is responsible for QIAGEN's Knowledge offerings including HGMD, CentoMD, QIAGEN Knowledgebase, and Ingenuity Variant Analysis. Rupert has a Masters in Computer Science and a PhD in Physiology. He was a Howard Hughes Postdoctoral Fellow in Genetics at Harvard Medical School before joining the ranks of industry.

      Abstract

      What if your lab could perform exome sequencing with the same sensitivity and efficiency of targeted sequencing? The new integrated QIAseq Human Exome TR Insights solution from QIAGEN delivers the best of both worlds. Consisting of three seamlessly integrated components – the QIAseq Human Exome Panel, QIAGEN CLC Genomics Workbench and QCI Interpret Translational – this innovative solution combines highly specific and uniform exome coverage with streamlined secondary analysis, rapid variant filtering and variant annotation to help labs quickly and confidently deliver disease-related insights at scale. Join us for a presentation where we will discuss the new solution in detail, focusing on the following: • Technical overview and performance data on exome enrichment • Accelerating and standardizing your variant detection and calling • Rapid triage and annotation of variants with full transparency, leveraging powerful algorithms and manually-curated content from over 40 databases • Data analysis and interpretation demonstration with QCI Interpret Translational The integrated QIAseq Human Exome solution translates insights into better outcomes, enabling labs to scale up efficiently. Speakers: Brian Dugan, Associate Director, Global Product Management Genomics Rupert Yip, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Genomics, Genetic Disease Informatics

      Learning Objectives:

      1. Technical performance of the QIAseq Human Exome Kit and how the workflow can decrease turnaround time and cost

      2. How to accelerate and standardize your data analysis and variant calling

      3. How to use QCI-Translational to rapidly interpret variants with access to over 40 curated databases


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