Author Archives: Gabe Rudy

About Gabe Rudy

Meet Gabe Rudy, GHI’s Vice President of Product and Engineering and team member since 2002. Gabe thrives in the dynamic and fast-changing field of bioinformatics and genetic analysis. Leading a killer team of Computer Scientists and Statisticians in building powerful products and providing world-class support, Gabe puts his passion into enabling Golden Helix’s customers to accelerate their research. When not reading or blogging, Gabe enjoys the outdoor Montana lifestyle. But most importantly, Gabe truly loves spending time with his sons, daughter, and wife. Follow Gabe on Twitter @gabeinformatics.

  

To Find a Killer Variant: Successes and Challenges on the Journey to Mass Adoption of NGS in the Clinic

Recently, I have been spending some time analyzing real patient data. I’m preparing for a webcast I’ll be giving in which I will walk through the process of replicating the findings of Dr. Gholson Lyon‘s study on the novel disease diagnosis he named Ogden Syndrome. Being so close to data that comes directly from clinical settings got me thinking about… Read more »

Meet Mike Thiesen: Software Engineer at Golden Helix

Editor’s Note: This post is the second in a series from Golden Helix employees about working at the company and in the life sciences field. Mike has been working on GenomeBrowse with Sam for the last year. I became fascinated with computer science when my 6th grade teacher gave me a book on BASIC programming. The concept of computers being… Read more »

A Conversation with 1000 Genomes Analysis Group Member: Jeffrey Rosenfeld

After my latest blog post, Jeffrey Rosenfeld reached out to me. Jeff is a member of the Analysis Group of the 1000 Genomes Project and shared some fascinating insights that I got permission to share here: Hi Gabe, I saw your great blog post about the problems in the lack of overlap between Complete Genomics and 1000 Genomes data.  I… Read more »

One Track to Rule Them All: Close but not quite from the 1000 Genomes Project

I recently curated the latest population frequency catalog from the 1000 Genomes Project onto our annotation servers, and I had very high hopes for this track. First of all, I applaud 1000 Genomes for the amount of effort they have put in to providing the community with the largest set of high-quality whole genome controls available. My high hopes are… Read more »

My 23andMe Trio Exomes Arrived: Sneak Peek

There is nothing cooler than having something arrive that you have been excitedly waiting for: last week I got an email notification that my 23andMe exome results were ready. Actually, I got 3 emails that my exome results were ready. You see, I lucked out. It all began two years ago on DNA day when Hacker News reported that 23andMe… Read more »