Working with our User Base and Problem Solving in a Genomics Core Operation:
September 20 – 12:00 pm ET
Please join us for a technology focused Town Hall on Wednesday, September 20, at Noon ET. This Town Hall will focus on Core/User discussions that need to take place when a user plans to use a specific genomics service. The discussion would include, but not limited to, experimental design considerations, sample collection/preparation, and submission requirements for a given genomics technology or service.
The discussion will also include addressing technical (instrumentation, kits, sample prep and processing, etc.) considerations/questions you may have. Topics include:
1. What’s working and not working using the various short-read platforms
2. Spatial Omics
3. Single-cell/nuclei Omics
4. Long-read sequencing
Attendees will be able to choose from a set of breakout rooms to engage with other participants and then reconvene as a full group to learn more about what was discussed in the other rooms.
We hope that this new format will add value to the ABRF Member Town Halls. If you have suggestions for future topics (beginning in November), please let us know. Register here for each of the monthly Town Hall programs.
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