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An Introduction to Clinical NextGen Sequencing Informatics
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Date: January 25th, 2014    Time: 9:00am EST (USA)

 

Eric Duncavage, MD is an assistant professor of anatomic and molecular pathology at Washington University in St. Louis.  He is board-certificated in anatomic pathology, clinical pathology, hematopathology, and molecular diagnostic pathology.  In addition to diagnostic pathology sign-out responsibilities, Eric is the director of the molecular genetic pathology fellowship and his primary clinical interest is the application of next generation sequencing technologies to molecular oncology diagnostics.  Eric has been extensively involved in the development of informatics used to detect the full spectrum of sequence variation present in cancer such as single nucleotide variants, insertions, deletions, copy number variation, and translocations, and co-directs clinical assay development at the Washington University outreach laboratory, WU-GPS (gps.wustl.edu).  

 

 

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