Category Archives: News, events, & announcements

Gabe Rudy

VarSeq: Making Variant Discovery and Gene Panels Easy

Last week, our CEO Andreas Scherer announced our entrance into the clinical testing market with VarSeq. This week, I will be giving a webcast on Wednesday introducing this new tool and demonstrating its capabilities. (Register for the webcast) VarSeq’s focused purpose is making NGS gene testing and variant discovery efficient, scalable and … Continue reading

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Alyssa Burzynski

Exciting News for ASHG!

With ASHG only four weeks away, the hype has only continued to grow. The 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics is shaping up to be one of the best with some amazing abstracts, including one from … Continue reading

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Bryce Christensen

A few thoughts from IGES

Late last month I had the opportunity to attend one of my favorite events: the annual meeting of the International Genetic Epidemiology Society (IGES).  This year’s conference was held in Vienna, in conjunction with the Genetic Analysis Workshop (GAW) and … Continue reading

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Andreas Scherer

SVS 8.2 – New Capabilities and Features

Earlier this year we completed the marriage of SVS and GenomeBrowse. When we released Version 8 of SVS we completed a major engineering task. A lot of things under the hood of both products had been changed to create a … Continue reading

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Chelsey Clayton

And the winners are…

Drumroll, please! Voting has come to a close for the 2014 Golden Helix T-shirt contest, and there were some clear favorites among the finalists. We are very excited at the wealth of creativity that came forward with this contest, and … Continue reading

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Chelsey Clayton

It’s time to vote for your favorite Golden Helix t-shirt!

With the t-shirt submission deadline behind us, it’s time for the exciting part of the contest – picking the winners! We received a ton of fantastic designs and had a hard time narrowing them down. But, the Golden Helix team … Continue reading

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Cheryl Rogers

Introducing Dr. Heather J. Huson

It is with great excitement that we introduce our next webcast: Population Structure & Genetic Improvement in Livestock, presented by Dr. Heather J. Huson of Cornell University. Huson was one of the first place winners in this year’s research abstract … Continue reading

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Alyssa Burzynski

Join us for a GWAS in Arabidopsis Thaliana

Join us tomorrow, July 9th at 12PM EDT, for Ashley Hintz’s webcast on GWAS in a Model Organism: Arabidopsis Thaliana. Joining the Golden Helix team as a Field Application Scientist in April of 2014, Hintz is the perfect candidate to … Continue reading

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Alyssa Burzynski

Last Chance to Submit Your T-Shirt Design

It’s coming down to the wire – if you have not submitted your Golden Helix T-shirt design please do so!! We have already had many great submissions but we are missing yours. Once the contest closes tomorrow, July 3rd, our talented … Continue reading

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Ashley Hintz

Update from MAGES 2014

The 2014 MAGES Conference hosted in Philadelphia brought out the shining stars in Statistical Genetics, along with a variety of approaches and difficulties researchers in the field are facing. Being my first MAGES event, I did not know what to … Continue reading

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