Beth Pitel is an Assistant Professor and Senior Developer in the Genomics Laboratory at Mayo Clinic and has helped develop clinical genetic testing using several different testing modalities including NGS oncology panels, RNAseq, Mate Pair sequencing, chromosomal microarray, and qPCR. Beth is the lead on the Genomics of Oncology Annotation Team (GOAT) at Mayo Clinic, which creates interpretive resources for the laboratory based on current knowledgebase and database content, commercial oncology NGS assays, and prevalent literature. Beth has worked at Mayo Clinic since 2007 and completed her Master's degree in Biochemistry and Molecular biology in 2015 with foci on cancer biology and bioinformatics at the Mayo Graduate School. Her interpretation work has led to platform presentations at the Cancer Genomics Consortium annual meeting. Additionally, Beth has developed publicly available knowledgebase tutorials (available on cancervariants.org), and has given a number of workshops and webinars on this topic. Beth is an active member of the Cancer Genomics Consortium (CGC), the ClinGen Somatic Working Group, and co-leads the virtual molecular tumor board for the Variant Interpretation for Cancer Consortium (VICC). Beth has co-authored over 30 peer-reviewed manuscripts, and is frequently involved in clinical and translational research in the Mayo Clinic Genomics Laboratory within the Division of Laboratory Genetics and Genomics. These publications focus mainly on cytogenetics, NGS, bioinformatics, and various other laboratory genetic techniques.