Author Archives: Solomon Reinman

About Solomon Reinman

Solomon Reinman is a Technical Field Application Scientist who joined the Golden Helix team in the spring of 2022. Solomon has a B.S. in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Bioinformatics from UC Santa Cruz and focuses on helping Golden Helix software users deploy high-throughput, automated pipelines. Outside of the realm of precision medicine, Solomon loves running, climbing, skiing, reading, coffee, and everything else the beautiful state of Montana has to offer.

4 Essential Support Resources for Golden Helix Software Users

         January 5, 2023
4 Essential Support Resources for Golden Helix Customers BLOG Image

Golden Helix provides extensive resources to help our users who are just getting started and address any issues they may encounter as they become more familiar with our software. Our resources are constantly updated and are tailored to the needs of our users. If you’re facing a problem, it’s likely that others have encountered it as well, and we’ve included… Read more »

ACMG Auto Classifier: Variant Site or Sample Classifier?

         November 1, 2022

The ACMG classification guidelines for variant pathogenicity are as ubiquitous as they are complicated to implement. They play a consistent and evolving role in the standard workflows of many experts in the next-generation sequencing field, both in the clinical and research space. Furthermore, they can be effectively applied in both somatic and germline workflows. Hence, consistent and auditable methods for… Read more »

Optimizing CNV caller for smaller panels

         September 22, 2022
optimizing cnv caller

The ability to analyze copy number variants (CNVs) is an important aspect of any clinical or research workflow. While calling CNVs can be a challenging engineering problem, we are thrilled by our capacity to detect, analyze, and catalog CNVs all in the same place with VarSeq-CNV. In this blog, we will dive into the particulars of detecting CNVs with gene… Read more »

User Perspective For Somatic Analysis in VSClinical AMP: Webcast Q & A Follow-Up

         August 25, 2022
AMP Webcast Q&A

Thank you to those who attended our webcast on the user perspective of our automated AMP guidelines! Furthermore, let me express our appreciation for those particularly engaged users who posed some very thoughtful questions. While we weren’t able to answer all of them live, I hope to shed some light on some pertinent details of somatic analysis here. Let’s start… Read more »