Christine Davis

Christine Davis

Christine Davis is a Global Market Manager for the liquid biopsy and NGS product portfolio. Christine joined QIAGEN in 2014 as a marketing specialist for life science research products, after working for several years in a genetic testing facility for rare hereditary disorders. She received her BS in Biology from Salisbury University in 2010 and is currently earning her MBA and MS in Bioinformatics at Hood College in Frederick, MD.


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Join us at the Festival of Genomics, 2017

On October 3-4, QIAGEN will be in Boston, MA at the 2017 Festival of Genomics, along with numerous researchers and experts interested in the festival’s goal “to bring the benefits of genomics to patients, faster.” Visit us in booth #612 to see how we are helping advance genomic research by overcoming classic barriers in next-generation… Read article →


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Four questions you should ask about your library prep

Comparing new enzymatic methods with physical shearing One of the key components to a successful sequencing run is library prep – and the first step in any great library is DNA fragmentation. Fragmentation cuts DNA into sizes that sequencers such as Illumina or Ion Torrent instruments can handle. Considering all the options out there to… Read article →


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What are people saying about the QIAscout?

We’ve been talking a lot about the QIAscout in the past few weeks – exploring application notes, reviewing the workflow and discussing how it can advance single-cell research in any lab. But as we all know from the popularity of review sites like Yelp, what really tips the scale for any product is whether our… Read article →


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Top FAQs on the QIAscout

1. What type of cells can be used with the system? You can use the QIAscout with a variety of eukaryotic cell types, including adherent or suspension cells, primary cells or cell lines, and fluorescent cells. The QIAscout array is comparable to a standard cell culture dish – meaning you can plate and cultivate your… Read article →