Author Archives: Cheryl Rogers

Cheryl Rogers

About Cheryl Rogers

Cheryl Rogers joined Golden Helix in May 2010 and is the Director of Marketing at Golden Helix and as such, she is responsible for creating a comprehensive marketing, communications, and public relations strategy to position the company in the life sciences marketplace and ensure a consistently full sales funnel to meet and exceed revenue goals. Cheryl has a BA in Marketing from Montana State University - Bozeman. In her free time, she enjoys camping, biking, skiing, and cooking.
Cheryl Rogers

Baby Genes is raising the bar for Newborn Screening

Today we wanted to share a recent client case study to demonstrate how VarSeq has been implemented in a CLIA certified clinical laboratory. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions or if you would like to discuss VarSeq … Continue reading

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Cheryl Rogers

Golden Helix’s VarSeq Software to Incorporate MedGenome’s OncoMD

Today at Golden Helix, we are proud to announce our collaboration with MedGenome through an integration of OncoMD into our VarSeq software. Now VarSeq’s streamlined process of annotating and filtering variants will offer an added dimension. OncoMD is a comprehensive … Continue reading

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Recent Customer Publications

Several of our customers have published recently, using our SVS and VarSeq software, and we love sharing their work with you. Congrats to all! Sebastian Mucha and Joanne Conington of Scotland’s Rural College along with colleagues collaboratively published Genome-wide association study of footrot … Continue reading

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VarSeq as a Clinical NGS Platform Q&A

Our VarSeq as a Clinical Platform webcast last week highlighted some recent updates in VarSeq that support gene panel screenings and rare variant diagnostics. The webcast generated some good questions, and I wanted to share them with you. If the … Continue reading

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Cheryl Rogers

Recent Customer Publications

Some of our customers have recently published using our SVS and VarSeq software in their studies. We wanted to share their work and congratulate everyone on their success! Maria Skerenova at the Institute of Clinical Biochemistry and her colleagues published Genetic … Continue reading

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Q&A Surrounding the Molecular Sciences Made Personal Webcast

This week, Dr. Jeffery Moore presented a webcast on the Molecular Sciences Made Personal. The webcast delved into Dr. Moore’s attempts to transform how they teach chemistry at the University of Illinois and demonstrated how he uses VarSeq with his … Continue reading

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Our top 5 most visited blog posts

Over the last year our blog has seen a boom in visits and of course, I became curious. What brings people to “Our 2 SNPs…”? So, I decided to take a look at the blog posts that our community find … Continue reading

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Cheryl Rogers

Recent Customer Publications

Several of our customers have published recently, using the SVS software and I wanted to share their work. Congrats to all! Daria Babushok and colleagues at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia published Emergence of Clonal Hematopoiesis in the Majority of … Continue reading

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Recent Customer Success

A few of our customers have published recently and I would like to take the time to both recognize them for their achievement and pass on their articles. Enjoy! Kazima Bulayeva at the Vavilov Institute of General Genetics and her … Continue reading

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Q&A Surrounding Population-Based DNA Variant Analysis

Last month, Dr. Bryce Christensen presented Population-Based DNA Variant Analysis via webcast. The webcast reviewed the fundamentals of population-based variant analysis and demonstrated some of the tools available in SVS for analysis of both common and rare variants such as the … Continue reading

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