2020 – The Year of Healthcare Heroes and International Teamwork
Nick Lench, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer at Congenica describes a year of heartbreak and uncertainty. But it’s also been a year of heroism, where healthcare workers have fought valiantly to save the ...
Congenica v3.0 - Overcoming Challenges to Accelerate Variant Classification
As more cases undergo genomic testing and the global supply of classified genomic data increases, reducing repetitive work is essential to scaling access to genomic analysis.
How to research COVID-19 host genetics?
Congenica’s COVID-19 host genetics analysis module, enables researchers to identify genes that influence COVID-19 susceptibility, progression and severity.
Inclusion in AJHG “Year in Review” 2020
The American Journal of Human Genetics has published its Genomic Medicine Year in Review for 2020, which includes a study featuring Congenica.
Our plans for the future: a video message from our CEO and Chairman
Congenica CEO David Atkins PhD is joined by Chairman Andy Richards OBE in announcing the company's Series C fundraise.
The culture changes needed to mainstream genomics
We spoke to a number of industry leaders to discuss their thoughts on the culture changes needed to mainstream genomics.
The importance of improving the efficiency of genetic analysis
We spoke to a number of industry leaders to find out their thoughts on the importance of improving the efficiency of genetic analysis.
The benefits and challenges of mainstreaming genomics and precision medicine
We spoke to a number of industry leaders to discuss their thoughts on the benefits and challenges of mainstreaming genomics and precision medicine
The future of genotype-phenotype data standards to improve outcomes
Supporting Rare Disease Clinical Genomics: The future of genotype phenotype data standards & sharing for analysis to improve medical outcomes
Impact of the Deciphering Developmental Disorders Study
Poster at Rady's Children's Institute Frontiers in Paediatric Medicine Conference discusses the impact of the Deciphering Developmental Disorders study.
Using trusted reference data sources to improve diagnostic yield and interpret genomic data faster
Using appropriate reference data sources helps to improve diagnostic yield and can support faster interpretation of genomic data.
The genomic analysis bottleneck – is it limiting your lab’s ability to scale?
Is your laboratory being limited in its ability to scale up its interpretation of genetic data due to the genomic analysis bottleneck?