Category Archives: About GHI

Our Philosophy on Quality in Product Testing and Development

High product quality is a foundational characteristic of a useful and successful product. Quality testing, therefore, is a necessary, albeit an open-ended task. It can at times seem a limitless undertaking in the present using experience from the past to improve the future. Nonetheless, it is approached as a development stage at Golden Helix that is just as essential as… Read more »

Golden Helix Receives NIH-SBIR Phase 2 Grant 2R44 GM125432-02

It is our distinct pleasure to inform the GHI community that we have been awarded a Phase II SBIR Grant from the National Institutes of Health. As we are also preparing to celebrate our 20th Anniversary, these two events invoke a lot of excitement within our company and what lies ahead, for not GHI only, but the genetics field entirely…. Read more »

Future Direction of Golden Helix

      Andreas Scherer    September 19, 2018    No Comments on Future Direction of Golden Helix

Celebrating our 20th Anniversary on September 15th, we took some time to reflect on the last two decades in this industry. Two decades of learning, adaption, and growth on the business side as well as the personal side. Employees began their careers with us, made new friends and started their own families. These past 20 years are full of stories… Read more »

Golden Helix’s Twentieth Year Anniversary

If we take a look back in time, a lot happened in September 1998. It is the month in which the first ever “Who wants to be a Millionaire?” show debuted on ITV in Britain. Larry Page and Sergey Brin incorporated Google in September, registering the Google.com domain on September 15, 1998. And on that very same day, we officially… Read more »

Clinical Variant Interpretation: Part IV

VSClinical algorithm

In the last installment of this series, I covered the basics of variant interpretation and how it fits into the genomic testing process. Now we can cover in more detail how VSClinical works, what algorithms and annotation sources power the recommendations and how the ACMG criteria are organized into useful categories. VSClinical is built to make the process of evaluating… Read more »