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Delaina Hawkins

About Delaina Hawkins

Delaina Hawkins, Marketing Manager at Golden Helix, joined the team in June of 2017. She is passionate about the digital and social media landscape and elevating a company to effectively grow user engagement, build brand loyalty and ultimately drive sales and revenue. When she isn't in the office, she enjoys fishing, biking and spending time with family and friends.

Has it already been a year? The 61st Annual ASHG (and 12th ICHG)!

I can’t believe it’s that time again! Next week we are heading off to Montreal, Canada for the week of October 11-15 for the 2011 American Society of Human Genetics annual meeting, this year in conjunction with the 12th International Congress of Human Genetics. We are excited as ever to hear what everyone has been up to, how your studies… Read more »

Wondering what SVS can do for a PhD student? Just ask Sander.

Sander van der Laan is like many PhD students in the genomic analysis space. He has a lot of data and a lot of ideas for how to analyze it. His professor wants results. He’s the only one doing genetics (everyone else in his department is doing proteomics), so there’s always too much to do. And he finds command-line tools… Read more »

SVS 7.5 Now Available!

      Delaina Hawkins    July 28, 2011    No Comments on SVS 7.5 Now Available!

More powerful rare variant analysis and visualization techniques We are proud to unveil SNP & Variation Suite (SVS) 7.5! The fifth installment of SVS delivers the most powerful rare variant analysis tools with the latest advances in tertiary or “sense making” methods for DNA next-gen sequencing. This release also adds some cool and productive features to our popular Genome Browser…. Read more »

SVS 7.5 Feature Sneak Peek: Grouping and Filtering in the Genome Browser

Ever since the release of SNP & Variation Suite (SVS) 7.4 back in January, our software engineers have been hard at work developing new functionality for the next version, to enable researchers to have even more control over their data. (Okay, well really, they started working on it before 7.4 even came out.) While the full details of 7.5 are… Read more »

Summary and Q&A: “A Genome-wide Comparison of the Functional Properties of Rare and Common Genetic Variants in Humans”

The common disease-common variant hypothesis has established the foundation of SNP-basis genome-wide association studies for the last several years. However, with few strong associations found, researchers are beginning to consider the effects of rare variants through the burgeoning availability of DNA sequencing. Qianqian Zhu and Dongliang Ge, of the Center for Human Genome Variation at Duke University, and others recently… Read more »