Category Archives: Customer success

Understanding the molecular genetics of hearing loss

Hela Azaiez

Hearing loss is the most common sensory defect in humans. It affects roughly 1 in 500 newborns, and by the age of 80 approximately 50% of people have some type of hearing loss. Hearing loss has become an enormous burden in healthcare. Perhaps more importantly, studies have shown that hearing loss also affects one’s quality of life, lowering social interactions… Read more »

June’s Customer Publications

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As spring ends and summer begins here in Montana, we wanted to share another round of customer publications. It’s so important to us that our software plays a role in our client’s success, and we love to display the fruit of their hard efforts each month. Here are a few of the publication highlights: Bradley Aouizerat of UCSF and colleagues published… Read more »

Bioinformatics Program Key in Precision Medicine

Jeffrey Rosenfeld

The Bioinformatics Program at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, the state’s only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, plays an integral part in the center’s precision medicine program helping to bring personalized medicine to patients in a timely manner. The Program needs to determine what mutations from a tumor are relevant to a particular therapeutic option, bringing the right… Read more »

Diagnosing Rare Disease at King Abdulaziz Medical City

King Abdulaziz Medical City

King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC) in Riyadh commenced its operations in May 1983. Since then, it has continued expanding, while providing services for a rapidly growing patient population in all of its catchments areas. Today, King Fahad National Guard Hospital has evolved to be part of the King Abdulaziz Medical City with many other prominent medical centers. Since its inauguration… Read more »

Understanding the genetic mechanisms of inherited eye disease at the NIH – NEI

Dr. Fielding Hejtmancik

Dr. James Fielding Hejtmancik and his team at the National Eye Institute’s Ophthalmic Genetics and Visual Function branch, use linkage and association studies to better understand the genetic mechanisms of inherited eye disease. The team investigates both Mendelian and complex diseases as well as functional work with a focus on cataracts, retinal degenerations, myopia and corneal dystrophies. “If it affects… Read more »