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Rick Wilson can proudly claim to have been part of the breakthrough that led to the sequencing of the first human genome. In fact, Wilson's genome center at the Washington University School of Medicine helped provide more than a quarter of the sequence data for the Human Genome Project.

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Dec
06
Sponsored by
Natera

This webinar will discuss a partnership model for noninvasive prenatal testing that enabled LifeLabs Genetics, a genetic testing lab based in Toronto, Ontario, to implement NIPT in house.

Dec
08
Sponsored by
Personal Genome Diagnostics

This online seminar will discuss the application of circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) sequencing to evaluate the emergence of resistance mutations during therapy. 

Dec
13
Sponsored by
Agilent Technologies

This webinar will discuss a genomic strategy that detects single nucleotide variants and copy number variants in a single assay.

Dec
15
Sponsored by
PierianDx

This webinar will be an interactive roundtable discussion on established and emerging regulatory, scientific, and medical topics related to next-generation sequencing in the clinical setting.