Enabling Genomic Medicine 2021:  Best practice in genomic analysis

Our virtual event on 13 October 2021 featured some of the world's leading experts in precision medicine who came together to discuss the latest innovations and best practices in genomics to enable routine clinical care, diagnosis, and treatment. 

 

Catch up on all the sessions from Enabling Genomic Medicine (EGM) 2021 by viewing the recorded presentations below.


Richard Durbin, PhD, Informatics Director, Congenica and Professor of Genetics, University of Cambridge: 

Long-read sequencing and new reference genomes

Richard Durbin - Long-read sequencing and new reference genomes

 


Chris Wigley, CEO, Genomics England:

To Infinity and Beyond – working together to bring genomic medicine to EVERYONE

Chris Wigley - To Infinity and Beyond – working together to bring genomic medicine to EVERYONE

 

 


Parul Jayakar, MD, MS, FACMG, Director Division of Genetics and Metabolism, Nicklaus Children's Hospital Miami, Florida: 

From bench to bedside: Best practices in diagnosing and treating pediatric patients with epilepsy

Parul Jayakar - From bench to bedside- Best practices in diagnosing and treating pediatric patients

 


Professor Norman Delanty, FRCPI, Consultant Neurologist, Beaumont Hospital, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, FutureNeuro Research Centre, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin: 

Precision therapies in the epilepsies

Norman Delanty - Precision therapies in the epilepsies

 


Dr. Luis Izquierdo, Chief Medical Officer, Doctor of Medicine and Surgery, Veritas Intercontinental and Miriam Leon, Head of Clinical Analysis and Curation, Veritas Intercontinental:

Prenatal diagnosis using Whole Exome Sequencing (WES)

Luis Izquierdo - Prenatal diagnosis using Whole Exome Sequencing (WES)

 


Alistair Johnson, Chief Product Officer, Congenica:

Latest Developments in Next-Generation Genomic Analysis

Alistair Johnson - Latest Developments in Next-Generation Genomic Analysis

 

Thank you to our speakers and all those who attended, we look forward to seeing you in 2022.

 

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