The Omixon User Group Meeting being held on Wednesday, May 9th, 2018 at 1- 5pm CET at the EFI Annual Meeting in Venice, Italy.
The User Group Meeting will be a forum not only for us to provide you with the most recent Holotype HLA v2.2 product updates, but also for you to hear and discuss several Holotype HLA user’s experiences, learn from their challenges and celebrate the successes. It will be an opportunity to raise questions, to network with NGS experts and, for the current users, to share your knowledge and experience on NGS and Holotype HLA with the HLA community as well as learn from other Holotype HLA users.
Before we start the session, light lunch with sandwiches will be provided from 12pm. Come early and join us for a networking break!
Date: Wednesday, 9th of May, 2018
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm CET
Venue: Mosaici Room, Palazzo Del Casino, Lido di Venezia
- 1:10-1:20pm: Introduction (Product Updates)
- 1:20-2:15pm: Holotype HLA Assay Related Session (hear from Omixon Customers)
- 2:15-3:10pm: HLA Twin Software Related Session (hear from Omixon Customers)
- 3:10-3:15pm: Coffee Break
- 3:15-4:15pm: Automation Session (hear from Omixon Customers)
- 4:15-5:00pm: Open Forum Discussions, Networking (Q&A)
Guest speaker 1: Beatrice Bardy (EFS Grenoble) – Length of fragments and their influence on result quality
Guest speaker 2: Sonja Verheyden (UZ Brussel) – NGS workflow in a low throughput lab – bundling forces is the key
Guest speaker 3: TBA
Guest speaker 1: Mette Christiansen (Aarhus University) – Either case study on null allele or use of high resolution in solid organ transplantation
Guest speaker 2: Jurgen Zingsem (University hospital Erlangen) – Pitfalls in NGS analysis
Guest speaker 3: Vera Siffnerova (UKHT) – Haploidentical sample analysis
Guest speaker 1: Mette Christiansen (Aarhus University) – Automation in a medium throughput lab
Guest speaker 2: TBA
Guest speaker 3: TBA
We would like to ask you to share with us the topics you would like to hear about or would you like to talk about (we are accepting all volunteers!). The topics and questions can be of a protocol technical nature (experiences, challenges and how you overcame them), NGS validation and accreditation processes, automation, data analysis including case studies (did you discover an interesting case during your NGS work with the Holotype? Please share it!). The choices are endless and we are excited about all of the them.
RSVP: Please send us your topics / questions via email to the Sales Team and include the following information: full name, institution / lab name and email address. Registration and attendance are free of charge.
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