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NYC's Mayor Bloomberg Visits the New Home of the New York Genome Center

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg stopped by the new site of the New York Genome Center at 101 Sixth Avenue in Manhattan on Tuesday. While the center did lose out on the $100 million genius school grant last year, Bloomberg dug into his own deep coffers and offered up $2.5 million to help establish the new site.

A Tour of IMGM's Sequencing Lab

In this video, Julia Karow, editor of In Sequence and Clinical Sequencing News, visits IMGM Laboratories in Martinsried, Germany. Ralph Oehlmann, director of business development at IMGM, gives a tour of their sequencing lab and discusses their development of metagenomic services.

A Conversation with Geisinger Health System's David Ledbetter at ACMG

BioArray News editor Justin Petrone caught up with David Ledbetter, CSO of Geisinger Health System, at the recent Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting held in Charlotte, NC, to discuss the future of CMA as a first-tier test, classifying findings of uncertain significance, and more.

A Conversation with the American Museum of Natural History's George Amato

The American Museum of Natural History's George Amato, director of the museum's Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics, discusses conservation and "landscape" genetics, his PLoS One paper on the use of DNA barcoding to detect illegal bushmeat in New York-area airports, and more.

Shashikant Kulkarni at ACMG

BioArray News editor Justin Petrone sat down with Shashikant Kulkarni, an associate professor at Washington University School of Medicine at St. Louis, to discuss chromosomal microarrary analysis in the clinic, SNP arrays versus CGH platforms for post-natal testing, and more.

Miragen Therapeutics' Eva van Rooij

Miragen Therapeutics' Eva van Rooij discusses microRNA-based therapeutics, the challenges associated with chronic microRNA knockdown, therapeutic microRNA antagonists, and more.

A Conversation with CeGaT's Saskia Biskup

In this video, Julia Karow, Editor of Clinical Sequencing News, interviews Saskia Biskup, CEO of the Center for Genomics and Transcriptomics, or CeGaT, at the company's headquarters in Tübingen, Germany.

A Tour of Illumina's CLIA Lab

In this video, Illumina's CLIA laboratory manager Suneer Jain gives InSequence and Clinical Sequencing News Editor Monica Heger a tour of Illumina's CLIA lab at the company's San Diego headquarters.

Q&A with Agendia CEO David Macdonald

Agendia CEO David Macdonald stopped by GenomeWeb's office in New York City and responded to questions from Turna Ray, editor of Pharmacogenomics Reporter, about his company's MammaPrint breast cancer recurrence test and more.

A Conversation with Robert Chalkley at ABRF

In this video, Adam Bonislawski, editor of ProteoMonitor, caught up with UCSF's Robert Chalkley at the recent Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities meeting in Orlando, Fl. Chalkley, who is also chair of ABRF's Proteomic Informatics Research Group, discusses the challenge at this year's meeting — identifying post-translationally modified peptides in a complex background — and more.

Collaborative Effort Targets Alzheimer's Disease

We dropped by the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research in Manhasset, New York, for a conversation with Peter Davies, director of the Litwin-Zucker Center for the Study of Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Disorders. Davies is heading up a collaboration between the Feinstein Institute, the New York Genome Center, and Illumina that aims to uncover the genetic basis of Alzheimer's disease.

Randall Nelson at MSCAL 2012

In this video, we sat down with Randall Nelson, research professor at Arizona State University's Biodesign Institute, at the Mass Spectrometry: Applications to the Clinical Laboratory 2012 meeting in San Diego. Nelson speaks about mass spectrometry immunoassay (MSIA) technology and protein heterogeneity, the challenges associated with moving mass spec into the clinic, and more.

Leigh Anderson at MSACL 2012 Part II

This is part two of a conversation with Leigh Anderson, CEO of SISCAPA Assay Technologies, at the Mass Spectrometry Applications to the Clinical Laboratory 2012 meeting in San Diego, California.