Category Archives: News, events, & announcements

See you in Vancouver for ASHG 2016!

ASHG 2016

It’s hard to believe that summer has already faded into fall and that ASHG 2016 is right around the corner! 2016 has been quite a busy year for us so far at Golden Helix. We have been working hard to bring our community the very best tools available for variant interpretation and SNP analysis. This year at ASHG, you can… Read more »

We’re in the news!

      Mary Makris    October 5, 2016    No Comments on We’re in the news!

We are excited to announce that our CEO & President, Dr. Andreas Scherer, was featured in “The 50 Most Creative CEOs to Watch” issue of Insights Success magazine this month. The article is focused on how Dr. Scherer is leading Golden Helix to deliver top bioinformatics solutions to further enable Precision Medicine. Please take a look at the article here.

Big Data Webcast Q&A

      Mary Makris    September 22, 2016    No Comments on Big Data Webcast Q&A
Big Data Q&A

Gabe Rudy’s webcast yesterday, Big Data at Golden Helix: Scaling to Meet the Demand of Clinical and Research Genomics, was a huge success with well over 300 registered. In today’s blog post, I wanted to recap the Q&A session with Gabe. If you missed the webcast, check it out! Question:  What is the end goal for an application like Warehouse? Answer:  The… Read more »

Genomic eBooks Series reached 10k Downloads!

10 k Downloads

Today we reached an important milestone. We have registered over 10,000 confirmed eBook downloads. Of course we are thrilled! Over the years, we aimed to contribute relevant content to the community. For some time, we have blogged and conducted webinars on the latest technology, methods and best practices. Our eBooks were the latest addition to this mix. We received a… Read more »

Webcast on Big Data in Genomics

      Mary Makris    September 8, 2016    No Comments on Webcast on Big Data in Genomics

Wednesday, September 21st @ 12:00 pm EDT Every day, the trove of genomic data is growing. Clinics are sequencing targeted genes at high read depths to report out genetic tests. Research groups are adding new exomes and genomes to their disease-specific cohorts. Agricultural breeders are genotyping their herds and flocks by the thousands of thousands. The conventional attitude to big… Read more »