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JUN 23, 2016 8:00 AM PDT

DNA & RNA Sequencing Sample Prep: Automating Simple to Complex Methods

Speakers
  • Senior Applications Scientist, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences
    Biography
      David Horvath is a senior application scientist at Beckman Coulter Life Sciences. In this role, David automates propriety and third-party next generation sequencing (NGS) chemistries. He holds a M.S. in Medical & Molecular Genetics from the Indiana University School of Medicine and a B.S. in Biology from the University of Akron. David's career experiences span a broad range of life science fields, including forensic DNA analysis, medical diagnostics and agricultural biotech, prior to joining Beckman Coulter Life Sciences in 2014.
    • Senior Applications Scientist, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences
      Biography
        Zach Smith is a senior application scientist at Beckman Coulter Life Sciences. In this role, Zach automates propriety and third-party next generation sequencing (NGS) kits. He holds a Masters degree in Environmental Science and a Bachelors degree in Biology from Indiana University. Zach also worked at the university's Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics as a project scientist before joining Beckman Coulter Life Sciences in 2014.

      Abstract
      DNA and RNA sequencing sample preparation can involve many tedious and error prone steps. Liquid handling automation solutions can help standardize your processes and achieve more consistent results. Beckman Coulter Life Sciences automation and genomic product solutions span your entire NGS workflow including the major steps of DNA & RNA extraction, library construction, quality checks and pooling.

      Join us for the second webinar in our three-part introductory series if you are interested in learning how to accelerate reliable results so you can move to the next step with certainty. Application scientists Zach Smith and David Horvath will continue their presentation by discussing how DNA and RNA sequencing sample preparation workflows have been automated, the relevant data generated and the benefits passed onto researchers. 

      Learning Objectives:
      • Learn how liquid handling automation solutions can help standardize your DNA and RNA sequencing sample preparation processes and help you achieve more consistent results
      • Learn how DNA and RNA sequencing sample preparation workflows have been automated, the relevant data generated and the benefits passed onto researchers

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