From mid October through early November, we’re taking the Ingenuity team on the road and hosting a series of half-day workshops in the U.S. and Europe where you can hear from our team and our customers about how they are using Ingenuity products. These events are free and open to any researcher who is interested in learning more about how to quickly analyze and accurately interpret biological meaning from their genomic data.
The first two will take place on October 15 (San Francisco & Paris), followed by Berlin (October 16), Houston (October 17), Bethesda (October 30) and finally, Boston (November 6). For researchers new to Ingenuity, these workshops will allow you to learn more about IPA, Variant Analysis and the Ingenuity Knowledge Base and hear how they are being used by researchers. For existing customers, this is an opportunity to learn about what’s new and to interact with other users and the Ingenuity team.
Joining the Ingenuity team to speak at these workshops are:
- San Francisco: Delphine Lee (John Wayne Cancer Institute) and Rajini Haraksingh (Stanford)
- Paris: Francisco del Castillo (Hospital Ramón y Cajal), David Weiss (InSilico Genomics) and Virginie Bernard (Institut Curie)
- Berlin: Hywell Williams (UCL London), Eva Schmidt (University Hospital Muenster) and Francisco del Castillo (Hospital Ramón y Cajal)
- Houston: Toni-Ann Mistretta (Baylor), Tom Green (University of Texas Medical Branch) and Bin Liu (MD Anderson)
- Bethesda: Michael Nickerson and Ogan Abaan (NCI/NIH)
- Boston: Chris Mason (Weill Cornell)
In Paris and Berlin, we will also be joined by Erik Söderbäck from QIAGEN who will discuss the company’s clinical sequencing platform, the QIAGEN GeneReader.
Visit our Roadshow Page to see the full workshop agendas and to register for these free events.
We look forward to seeing you!