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Mary Makris

About Mary Makris

Mary Makris joined Golden Helix in March 2015 and is the Marketing & Operations Manager. Mary graduated from the University of Montana in May 2014 with a bachelor's degree in Marketing and a minor in Psychology. She is responsible for executing marketing strategies, maintaining the company's social media and web presence, and assisting in all other areas of the marketing department. In her free time, she enjoys playing soccer, biking, fishing, and being crafty.

WES Research at Stanford University

Reza Sailani

Join our upcoming webcast : Wednesday, April 5th 12:00 pm EST Dr. Reza Sailani is a Research Fellow in the Genetics department at Stanford University. To provide an overview of his research, Sailani will present on the following two recent studies he has conducted: Association of AHSG with alopecia and mental retardation (APMR) syndrome: Alopecia with mental retardation syndrome (APMR) is… Read more »

We’re heading to Phoenix for ACMG 2017

ACMG 2017

ACMG 2017 is just around the corner! We are halfway through March already and it’s just about time to head off to sunny and warm Phoenix, Arizona. While the temps have been mostly mild for the last few weeks in Montana, I bet those of you in the northeast are looking forward to your time in Phoenix! You will find… Read more »

CNV exome analysis coming to VarSeq!

CNV Exome Analysis

VarSeq will soon provide CNV exome analysis! In our webcast last week, we announced that we took our CNV caller, VS-CNV, to the next level. Along with the ability to call CNVs at the single-exon level in NGS gene panels, VarSeq can soon be used to call large loss of heterozygosity (LOH) and  CNV events at the exome level. The combination… Read more »

Recent Customer Publications

      Mary Makris    March 2, 2017    No Comments on Recent Customer Publications
articles

It’s always exciting to read the latest articles our clients have published, and this month there are some unique topics. Learn more about the genomics of raccoon dogs and cattle tissue infection in some of the articles highlighted below! Holly Neibergs of Washington State University and colleagues published Identification of loci associated with susceptibility to Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (Map)… Read more »

Calling Large LOH and CNV Events with NGS Exomes

CNV detection

We are pleased to announce our next webcast, Calling Large LOH and CNV Events with NGS Exomes. The live event is scheduled for Wednesday, March 8th at noon EST. Here are the specifics: Wednesday, March 8th 12:00 pm EST Next Generation Sequencing Exomes are a powerful assay used in both clinical and research settings to discover novel and rare small variants…. Read more »