The American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting is held each fall in a major U.S. or Canadian city and attracts over 7,000 scientific attendees, plus almost 250 exhibiting companies, which makes it the world’s largest gathering of human genetics professionals.
Find us at booth 727 to learn more about Illumina’s innovative array, sequencing, and analysis solutions.
Tuesday, October 15 10:00 AM–1 PM
Illumina ASHG Informatics Satellite Meeting
Hilton Hilton Americas Lanier Ballroom A & B, Level 4
Internal and external speakers will discuss present & future bioinformatics offerings from Illumina. More information will also be provided around the newly announced partnership between Illumina and the Broad.
Wednesday, October 16 10:00 AM–10:30 AM
Data CoLab: Genomic Insights into Diversity: Population Scale Analysis
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall Booth #345
Brad Ozenberger, PhD, Genomics Program Director for the All of Us Research Program at the NIH, will provide an update on the 1 year anniversary of the program and discuss the new Global Diversity Array from Illumina.
Thursday, October 17 12:45 PM– 2:00 PM
Exhibitor Education Event: Accelerating Scientific Breakthroughs
Hilton Americas Lanier Grand Ballroom A & B, Level 4
Struan F.A. Grant, PhD, Professor of Pediatrics at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and Elli Papaemmanuil, PhD, Associate Director for the Center of Hematological Malignancies at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, will discuss multi-omics approaches that each uses to better understand the mechanistic function of different disease areas.
The new array delivers more informative content for ethnically diverse population genomics programs.Read Article
lllumina and the Broad Institute are partnering to co-develop a suite of secondary genomic analysis pipelines. The partnership will result in new methods, integrating Illumina’s DRAGEN™ Pipelines and technology with Broad’s Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK).Read Press Release
The DRAGEN platform enables GeneDx to scale to whole-genome analysis and identify variants with precision.Read Interview