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The field of genomics is rapidly advancing and new technologies and techniques are being introduced all the time. Trying to keep on top of all these new advancements can be difficult.

The PMGC is preparing a series of seminars that will allow for discussion of practical issues related to accessing the various genomics services that we offer. We will discuss issues such as experimental design, sample preparation, data analysis and biological interpretation of data. Keep checking back here for a list of our session topics. If you have an idea for a topic that you would like us to discuss please let us know. Email Natalie Stickle at with your ideas. Click talk title to see flyer with more details.

Date Topic
September 21, 2016 Digital RNAseq for Gene Expression Analysis
Pre-registration is requested, please see flyer for RSVP information.
Past Talks
April 11-12, 2016 Droplet Digital PCR FREE Workshop
Space is limited! Please declare your intent to participate by March 16th.
January 27, 2016 Single Cell Technical Seminar
October 13, 2015 LOST IN TRANSLATION:
Total RNA discovery
AND
Role of microRNA-mRNA interactions in Endometrioid Endometrial Carcinoma, a “Sample to Insight” biological exploration
June 9, 2015 High Performance Enrichments and Adaptive Blocking Solutions for NGS
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Ultra-Deep Targeted Sequencing of Circulating Tumour DNA Using IDT xGen Lockdown Probes
June 10, 2014 Nanostring
May 13, 2014 Selecting RNA-Seq or Microarrays: More Agile, More Flexible Solutions for your Transcriptome Studies
April 08, 2014 Initiation and Progression of Acute Myeloid Leukemia
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Digital PCR - the perfect complement to qPCR
March 2014 Expanding Target Enrichment Horizons with Methyl-Seq: New Tools for Human and Mouse Epigenome Applications.
January 2014 Rapid SV Detection and De Novo Assembly in Complex Genomes Using Extremely Long Single Molecule Level Imaging.
December 2013 Integration of copy number and sequence variation in tumor types to uncover actionable genomic events.