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JAN 23 - 26, 2023 | 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM PT

Symposium 2023

Overview 

January 23-26, 2023
Bionano Symposium 2023 
Virtual Event 

Event doors will open at 6:30 AM PT/9:30 AM ET/2:30 PM CET
Event begins at 7:00 AM PT/10:00 AM ET/3:00 PM CET 

Register by December 16 and receive a free Symposium t-shirt!

At Bionano, we’re on a mission to transform the way the world sees the genome. Our genome mapping systems provide sensitive, unbiased, genome-wide structural variant detection, and our genomic analysis software solutions identify and contextualize pathogenic variants from sequencing, array, and optical genome mapping (OGM) data. With these tools, researchers can reveal more genomic variation that matters to human health.   

Event Highlights: 

Hear from 25+ global experts sharing how they drive discovery across multiple applications with OGM. Learn from presentations, engage in live Q&A, and view posters with the latest scientific research! 

Topics include: 

  • Day 1 - Hematological Malignancies
    Learn how OGM is revolutionizing the analysis of genomic variation in hematological malignancies. See how researchers are using new tools to find more pathogenic chromosomal aberrations while also simplifying their laboratory workflows.
  • Day 2 - Solid Tumors
    Next-generation sequencing (NGS) alone cannot unlock the genomic information critical to understanding tumor biology. Hear how experts are complementing NGS with OGM to unlock a broader spectrum of genetic variants, generate a more complete cancer genome profile, and discover new actionable biomarkers.
  • Day 3 - Constitutional Genetic Diseases
    Do you want to uncover genetic variation that contributes to rare undiagnosed genetic disease, developmental disorders, and reproductive disorders? Learn how analysis of structural variation is increasing the likelihood of finding actionable pathogenic variants to solve unresolved cases, even after exome sequencing.
  • Day 4 - Cell Bioprocessing
    Whether you are working with producer cell lines, research cell lines, or cell therapy applications, ensuring the genomic integrity and stability of your cell lines is of critical importance. See how OGM can outperform traditional cytogenetic methods so you can easily screen cell lines for genomic instability and off-target events.

Attendance at all sessions of interest is strongly encouraged! Presentations will be available on demand after Symposium 2023 concludes 

Bionano solutions are for Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.  

 

 


Speakers
  • Daniel Ackerman

    Research Assistant Professor - University of Pennsylvania
  • Jef Baelen

    PhD Student - KU Leuven
  • Estelle Balducci, PharmaD, PhD

    Laboratory of Hematology, Necker Children's Hospital, Paris, France
  • Bárbara Fernández Garoz

    Cytogenetic Laboratory Specialist - Niño Jesús Hospital
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Darren "Ben" Finlay

    Research Associate Professor and Director of Tumor Analysis - Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Anja Kovanda, PhD

    Assist. prof. - Clinical Institute of Genomic Medicine, University Medica Center Ljubljana, Slovenia
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Andrew McKay

    Computational Scientist - Genentech
  • Borut Peterlin, Prof., MD, PhD

    Specialist in Neurology and Medical Genetics - Clinical Institute of Genomic Medicine, University Medica Center Ljubljana, Slovenia
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Isabelle Schrauwen

    Assistant Professor - Columbia University
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Adam C. Smith, PhD, FCCMG, FACMG, erCLG

    Director, Cancer Cytogenetics Laboratory, University Health Network | Assistant Professor, Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, University of Toronto
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Somayeh Tarighat

    Analytical Development Scientist - Genentech
  • Detlef Trost, PhD

    Laboratoires CERBA

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Speakers


  • Daniel Ackerman
    Daniel Ackerman

    Research Assistant Professor - University of Pennsylvania

  • Jef Baelen
    Jef Baelen

    PhD Student - KU Leuven

  • Estelle Balducci, PharmaD, PhD
    Estelle Balducci, PharmaD, PhD

    Laboratory of Hematology, Necker Children's Hospital, Paris, France

  • Bárbara Fernández Garoz
    Bárbara Fernández Garoz

    Cytogenetic Laboratory Specialist - Niño Jesús Hospital

    BIOGRAPHY
  • Darren "Ben" Finlay
    Darren "Ben" Finlay

    Research Associate Professor and Director of Tumor Analysis - Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute

    BIOGRAPHY
  • Anja Kovanda, PhD
    Anja Kovanda, PhD

    Assist. prof. - Clinical Institute of Genomic Medicine, University Medica Center Ljubljana, Slovenia

    BIOGRAPHY
  • Andrew McKay
    Andrew McKay

    Computational Scientist - Genentech

  • Borut Peterlin, Prof., MD, PhD
    Borut Peterlin, Prof., MD, PhD

    Specialist in Neurology and Medical Genetics - Clinical Institute of Genomic Medicine, University Medica Center Ljubljana, Slovenia

    BIOGRAPHY
  • Isabelle Schrauwen
    Isabelle Schrauwen

    Assistant Professor - Columbia University

    BIOGRAPHY
  • Adam C. Smith, PhD, FCCMG, FACMG, erCLG
    Adam C. Smith, PhD, FCCMG, FACMG, erCLG

    Director, Cancer Cytogenetics Laboratory, University Health Network | Assistant Professor, Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, University of Toronto

    BIOGRAPHY
  • Somayeh Tarighat
    Somayeh Tarighat

    Analytical Development Scientist - Genentech

  • Detlef Trost, PhD
    Detlef Trost, PhD

    Laboratoires CERBA

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