MedGenome Sponsored Scientific Sessions

Symposium on Genomics – on June 4, 2019, San Francisco, CA

Dr. Sarah Taylor, Staff Scientist, 10x Genomics talks about “High-Resolution Profiling of the Antigen-Specific T Cell Response".

Dr. Mark White, Sr. Director, Scientific Affairs at Berkeley Lights, Inc, talks about "Stuck on function? Analyze the function of individual T cells in 1 day".

Symposium on Genomics – on February 5, 2019, Foundry and Lux, South San Francisco, CA

Dr. Anup Madan talks about “One-in-A-Million: Applications of Duplex Sequencing”.

Dr. Joseph Pickrell talks about “Low-pass sequencing for cost-effective and scalable genomics applications”

Symposium on Cancer Genomics - on November 19, 2018, Foster City, CA

Dr. David Christiani talks about “A Multi-Omics Approach for the study of Lung Adenocarcinoma”

Dr. Papia Chakraborty talks about “TCR-based immunogenicity prediction and screening solutions for immunotherapy research”

Symposium on Cancer Genomics - on May 14, 2018, Foster City, CA

Dr. Henry Lynch talks about “Lynch Syndrome: Diagnosis, treatment and management”

Dr. Kishore Guda talks about “In silico to In vivo: Systems Approaches in decoding complex Gastrointestinal malignancies”

Dr. Aju Mathew talks about “Applications of Genomics in Breast Cancer Clinic”

Symposium on Genomics, March 20, 2018

Dr. Kasthuri Kannan talks about “Genomics of Pineoblastoma”

Dr. Rama Natarajan talks about “Epigenetic mechanisms underlying Diabetic complications and Metabolic Memory”

Symposium on Cardiovascular Genomics, January 12, 2018

Dr. Sekar Kathiresan talks about “Genes, lifestyle, and risk for heart attack”

Symposium on Neurogenomics - on October 24, 2017, Foster City, CA

Dr. William Byerley talks about “Molecular Characterization of Rare Variants for Psychosis in Palau”

Symposium on Cancer Genomics - on March 20, 2017, Foster City, CA

Dr. Amit talks about “MedGenome solutions in Cancer Immunotherapy”

Dr. Pramod Srivastava, University of Connecticut Health, talks about “Finding the needle(s) in the haystack”

Dr. Beatrix Ueberheide, NYU School of Medicine, talks about “Application of mass spectrometry in Immunology : Characterization of MHC presented peptides and patient specific antibody repertoires”

Symposium on Cardiovascular Genomics, February 16, 2017

Dr. Sandosh Padmanabhan talks about “Hypertension genomics and pharmacogenomics in the era of precision medicine”

Dr. Matthew Wheeler talks about “Multiomics insights into inherited cardiomyopathy and rare diseases”

Sam Santhosh shares his entrepreneurial journey with the podcast show ” The Entrepreneur Way”

Applications of TCR repertoire as a biomarker for immunotherapy and beyond - Thursday, May 23, 2019

The webinar addressed the following:

  • Overview of tumor microenvironment analysis using OncoPeptTUME
  • TCR repertoire analysis platform OncoPeptTCR
  • TCR analysis from FFPE tissue
  • Gamma/ Delta TCR repertoire analysis
  • Emerging areas of knowledge in the TCR space

Tumor Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors Determining Success of Immunotherapy - Tuesday, October 9, 2018

The webinar addressed the following:

  • Discuss why it is important to dissect the tumor microenvironment.
  • Discuss what are the current technologies for characterizing the tumor microenvironment and their limitations.
  • Present an example of dissecting the tumor microenvironment of pancreatic cancer by using MedGenome’s OncopeptTUME platform and also discuss the future directions.

Accurate Prediction Of Vaccine Candidates Using A Novel HLA-Peptide-TCR-Binding Tool: OncopeptVAC™ And Their Validation By OncoPeptSCRN - Wednesday, July 25, 2018

The webinar addressed the following:

  • Challenges in accurate prediction of immunogenic neoantigens
  • Benefits of the OncoPeptVAC platform
  • Assay for immunogenicity of peptides predicted using OncoPeptVAC using OncoPeptSCRN
  • Insights into the discoveries made possible using OncoPeptVAC in combination with OncoPeptSCRN & TCR repertoire assays
  • Benefits of TCR repertoire profiling to assay for immunogenicity

 

 

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