Front Line Genomics Magazine Issue 15 – AMP 2017
- Science Round Up
Oxford Nanopore’s long-read, real-time, MinION sequencer is being used by researchers across China.
- Genomics Round Up
- Almost 80% of schizophrenia risk is down to genetics, and what makes a tumour-suppressor protein tick?
- Business Round Up
The FDA has approved a second cancer-killing gene therapy, and a new partnership hopes to grant researchers access to better data and support collaborations.
- AMP 2017
Discover all there is to know about this year’s event.
- Saving Lives in Real-Time
How does genomics revolutionise infectious disease? We have brought together a panel of experts to discuss the possibilities.
- Stepping into Molecular Diagnostics
Marketing Manager, Chinmay Sheth tells us about Bio-Rad Laboratories new product kit.
- Pharmacogenomics: Getting Personal
It’s time to start getting informed and engaged about your own genetic profile.
- What’s Next for Cytogenetics?
Hutton Kearney explores some of the challenges facing cytogeneticists.
- Tackling Disease Surveillance
The study of viruses has never been more vital, find out why.
- Opportunities for Advancements on the Promise of Genomic Medicine
Nazneen Aziz, from Kaiser Permanente tells us why healthcare organisations are vital in helping new discoveries get integrated into the clinic.
- Hunting Structural Variants: Population by Population
Luke Hickey tells us how population and ethnic-group specific efforts are working to catalogue variants, in underrepresented genomic databases.
- Understanding the Genetic Contributors of Disease
We take a look at how the Utah Genome Project is discovering new disease-causing genes to transform healthcare.
- Juggling Responsibility
Find out how AMP President, Federico Monzon manages to juggle his work commitments with family duties.
- Blade Runner 2049
Carl Smith and David Smith return, this time debating whether the anticipated sequel lived up to all of its expectations.
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