Please join us to learn how the latest advancements with Illumina next-generation sequencing can support your research today.
Topics covered include:
Learn about the latest methods for single‐cell genome and transcriptome analysis.
Richard T. Pon, PhD
Director, Centre for Health Genomics and Informatics and UCDNA Services
Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary
Join us for the Illumina User Group Meeting in San Francisco on
November 30 and learn about the progress being made using Illumina
Next-Generation Sequencing and Array technology. You’ll hear from
researchers like you about the discoveries they have made with genomic
technology and how they continue to move the needle in our joint quest
to unlock the power of the human genome.
Illumina User Group Meetings provide an invaluable forum to learn how the latest technology and methods can accelerate your discoveries.
Who Should Attend:
Illumina User Group Meetings are exclusively for those who own, use, or have their data generated on Illumina instrumentation. The presentations will cover a broad range of applications, and are designed for new or experienced users in the areas of optimization of the sequencing workflow or bioinformatics.
Please join us to learn how the latest advancements with Illumina
next-generation sequencing can support your research today. We will
introduce the Nextera™ DNA Flex Library Preparation Kit:
Join us for an overview of the latest in next-generation sequencing (NGS) and array-based technologies as well as expanding methods in environmental genomics. We’ll include basic concepts like whole-genome, array vs. geno-typing by sequencing (GBS) methods and key advantages over traditional technologies. You’ll also hear from your colleagues who will provide current examples of what this technology is enabling them to do now as well as more abstract considerations for further advancement in this space.
Introducing the NovaSeq 6000 – the latest Illumina sequencing system available at BCM
Baylor College of Medicine and Illumina are pleased to invite you to a next-generation sequencing (NGS) seminar.
Recent advances in our understanding of how the immune system
interacts with and fights cancer have revolutionized cancer research
The power of genomics in Immuno-Oncology is just starting to be comprehended and applied to this dynamic space. Immune cell repertoire sequencing, RNA-Seq and expression analysis of the tumor microenvironment, and the detection and prediction of immune stimulatory neoantigens are all examples of how genomics can help to answer many of the unknown questions that still exist.
Please join us for a unique opportunity where we will bring together speakers from across the academic, clinical, and biotechnology spectrum to discuss how they are using next-generation sequencing in this exciting space. Whether you are interested in advancing your research, bringing game-changing therapies to market, or partnering to maximize the effectiveness of translational studies, this event aims to provide the research community with insights and ideas to further our understanding of how the immune system can be optimized to fight cancer.
Please join us for a unique opportunity bringing together speakers
from across the academic, clinical, and biotechnology spectrum, to
discuss how they are performing next-generation sequencing (NGS) on
Illumina sequencing platforms for oncology research, and more.
Whether you are interested in advancing your research, bringing game-changing therapies to market, or partnering to maximize the effectiveness of your studies, this event aims to provide the research community with more information on:
See what NGS can do for your research.