Category Archives: About GHI

21 Things You (Probably) Don’t Know About Golden Helix

Our 2 SNPs is typically dedicated to informing our customers and the community on the latest in analysis methods, best practices, and the future of the industry. But for this blog post we thought it would be nice to give you the insider’s scoop on our company with a few things you probably didn’t know about us.

The Next Chapter of Golden Helix: Our Launch of SVS 8

Today is a big day for us. Today we are announcing a major release of our flagship product, SNP & Variation Suite (SVS), to the general public. SVS 8 is a substantial improvement over the previous release in a number of dimensions (see detailed discussion on our What’s New page). We’ve come a long way. Over five years ago, in… Read more »

Meet Andrew Jesaitis: Software Engineer

In 2011, I was looking for my next move and happened to attend a lecture given by Gabe Rudy at Montana State University. I was immediately struck by his passion and intelligence about the field of bioinformatics. He ended his talk by mentioning that Golden Helix was hiring, and I decided to apply. During my interviews, I discovered that these… Read more »

Meet Autumn Laughbaum: Biostatistician

As a senior studying statistics at Montana State University, I was fortunate to be granted the opportunity to intern with the development team at a local software company.  I was even more fortunate when this internship turned into full-time employment after I graduated. Working on a team with extremely talented individuals, I realized the significant impact our company makes through… Read more »

Meet Jami Bartole: Technical Support Representative at Golden Helix

Editor’s Note: This post is the third in a series from Golden Helix employees about working at the company and in the life sciences field. Ever since moving away from Bozeman after finishing my Master’s degree in Mathematics, I have been trying to get back. Bozeman is just one of those places. I have lived in Montana my entire life… Read more »