ASHG 2015

October 5 - 9, 2015 | Baltimore Convention Center

We had a great time in Baltimore and hope you did too. The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) delivered on its promise to bring together cutting-edge scientists working in all areas of human genetics.

In line with our theme to “Simplify the routine,” we were inspired by all the conversations about streamlining genomics workflows for germline, somatic and single-cell analyses. We look forward to continuing and expanding that conversation in the year ahead.

For more information on the walkaway technologies featured in our ASHG booth and oncology workshop, access and share these downloads:

Our event included the clinical research, clinical trial, reference laboratory and technology provider perspectives. We expect this dialogue to expand and continue, and your voice is welcomed. If you have other research interests, please reach out to us. Fluidigm spans system biology applications with proven platforms that enable analysis down to the single-cell level.

Leaders in Precision Oncology: Exhibitor Education Event

The Future of Clinical Research in Oncology: Clinical trial design, therapeutic development, routine molecular testing

Andrew Biankin Precision Oncology: Find the trial for the patient
Andrew Biankin, Regius Professor of Surgery, Director Wolfson Wohl Cancer Research Centre, University of Glasgow
James Prescott
Integration of NGS in the Community Oncology-Reference Lab
James Prescott, PhD, HCLD(ABB)
Scientific Director, Molecular Diagnostic Services
PathGroup
Luke Stewart

Technology Update: Targeted Sequencing Prep workflow
Luke Stewart, Manager, Field Applications
Fluidigm