Join us in Orlando for AGBT 2016!

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It may be winter in the northern hemisphere, but next week’s forecast is sunny and pleasant for Orlando, Florida. Come and join QIAGEN at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology conference, from February 10–13 at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes!

Our workshop on 2/11 will feature a talk from Dr. Chris Mason of Weill Cornell Medicine, “Targeted RNA Sequencing, Urban Metagenomics, and Astronaut Genomics”, and we’re also presenting a poster on metagenomics and a software demonstration for Ingenuity Variant Analysis.

Check out an interview with Dr. Mason at QIAGEN’s YouTube channel

If you can’t make the meeting, don’t worry – just check back here! Our attending scientists will be sending updates throughout the week, and we’ll keep you posted on the most interesting research and advancements being discussed at the conference.

Check out the full schedule of QIAGEN events at the Bioinformatics blog, and we’re looking forward to seeing you at the meeting!

Get a preview of what we’ll be talking about at AGBT 2016 here.

Ali Bierly

Ali Bierly, PhD is a Global Market Manager in Translational Sciences at QIAGEN, and has written on a number of scientific topics in the biotech industry as the author of QIAGEN's Reviews Online. She received her PhD from Cornell University in 2009, studying the immune response to a protozoan parasite, Toxoplasma gondii. Ali has a keen interest in the emerging importance of microRNA and other circulating nucleic acids as biomarkers for disease.

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