The results of Boston Children's Hospital's Children's Leadership Award for the Reliable Interpretation and appropriate Transmission of Your genomic information, or CLARITY, contest suggest that the community largely agrees on the best informatics approaches for clinical genomic
Genomatix said this week that its software has been selected to analyze next-generation sequence data for the Blueprint of Hematopoietic Epigenomes consortium, an EU-funded project focused on research into blood-based diseases like leukemia.
Genomatix Software, the Uniformed Service University of the Health Sciences, and the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine will collaborate on a project to use next-gen sequencing to help identify biomarkers for prostate cancer prognostics.
The Penn State team was awarded a $50,000 grant to help it continue developing its software, while Enlis was offered a one-year co-marketing deal with Illumina. Four winning teams received "recognition awards."