HudsonAlpha Studies Show Benefits of Long-Read Sequencing in Toughest Rare Disease Cases Premium Multiple studies are showing that long reads can deliver results where short reads can't, but many barriers remain on the road to the clinic. HudsonAlpha Health Alliance, Auburn University Form Genetic Testing Partnership HusdonAlpha Health Alliance is a nonprofit formed in 2019 to provide genomic health screening services for organizations including health systems and employers. Non-Genetics Healthcare Providers Can Effectively Return Sequencing Results, NSGC Study Finds Premium HudsonAlpha researchers analyzed what, if any, errors healthcare providers in the neonatal intensive care unit made when returning sequencing results. Increased Adoption of Whole-Genome Sequencing Testing Hinges on Acceptance by Payors, Providers Premium A National Society of Genetic Counselors panel discussed whether healthcare providers are ready for whole-genome sequencing to be adopted as a first-line test. Intermountain Healthcare Taps Kailos Genetics for PGx Testing Under the agreement, Intermountain will be able to implement Kailos' PGxComplete next-generation sequencing methodology in its laboratory for pharmacogenetic testing. Sep 25, 2020 M2Gen Expands Partnership With Discovery Life Sciences Aug 31, 2020 HudsonAlpha Postdoc Wins NIH Grant for Alzheimer's Disease Research Aug 28, 2020 XPrize Competition Hopes to Encourage 'Frequent, Fast, Cheap, and Easy' COVID-19 Testing Premium Jul 29, 2020 ENCODE Phase Three Offers New Insights Into Genomic Regulatory Regions, Organization May 12, 2020 High-Throughput Diagnostic COVID-19 Sequencing Assays May Enable Large-Scale Testing Premium Dec 16, 2019 Early-Onset Dementia Risk Shaped by Variants in Multiple Genes, Study Finds Oct 18, 2019 HudsonAlpha Wins $12.4M in NIH Grants for Population Genomics, Pediatric Sequencing Sep 27, 2019 In Brief This Week: 10x Genomics, Yourgene, HTG Molecular, GenScript, More Mar 29, 2019 Discovery Life Sciences Acquires HudsonAlpha's Genomic Services Lab Nov 6, 2018 HudsonAlpha Makes Patient 'Gateway' Centerpiece of SouthSeq Program Premium Aug 31, 2018 People in the News: Roland Diggelmann, Michael Heuer, Elaine Lyon, More Jul 19, 2018 HudsonAlpha Software Targets Gene Rankings From Phenotypic Data Premium Jun 28, 2018 HudsonAlpha Awarded $50K for Alzheimer's Disease Initiative Jun 15, 2018 CFDRC Acquires Drug-Discovery Division of iXpressGenes May 16, 2018 HudsonAlpha Begins Sequencing Genomes of Newborns With Suspected Genetic Disorders Premium Apr 13, 2018 Secondary Findings Uncovered in 9 Percent of Parents in Trio Sequencing Study Mar 29, 2018 Clinical Sequencing Promises Diagnosis, Treatment Clues But Reality Often Falls Short Mar 28, 2018 Sequencing Can Diagnose Children With Unexplained Developmental Delay, Has Room to Improve Aug 15, 2017 HudsonAlpha Wins $2M Grant to Study Transcription Factors in Psychiatric Disease Aug 8, 2017 NIH Awards $18.9M to Fund Clinical Genomics Consortium Load More Breaking News New Approach Identifies Candidate Causal Variants for Neuropsychiatric, Neurodevelopmental Conditions People in the News: Baylor's Thomas Caskey Dies; New Appointments at UK Biobank, CS Genetics, More In Brief This Week: Pathogenomix, Uniogen, Genetic Technologies, DnaNudge, Gravity Diagnostics, More New Products Posted to GenomeWeb: Biodesix, Curio Genomics, Akoya Biosciences, More NIH Earmarks $170M for All of Us Program's Personalized Nutrition Study Taiwanese Firm's IP Asserted in Suit Against Pacific Biosciences Found Partially Unpatentable The Scan Omicron's Sewage Path The New York Times writes that testing sewage is helping public health officials track Omicron. IBM Sells Part of Watson Health The Wall Street Journal reports IBM is selling part of its Watson Health business to an investment firm. Identifying the Right Whales The Boston Globe writes that genetic testing has helped identify North American right whales and find that weaning can take place earlier than thought. Science Papers on Approach to Quickly Sort Single Cells, Alternative Splicing in Cancer In Science this week: high-speed sorting of single cells using fluorescence imaging, and more.