Category Archives: About GHI

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 »

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 »