New podcast: Solving the diagnostic odyssey with omics

For this year’s SLAS2024 conference in Boston (which takes place 3-7 February), DDW’s Megan Thomas narrates articles from the DDW SLAS2024 supplement as part of the DDW Events podcast series.

This is episode five, Solving the diagnostic odyssey with multi-omics. Catherine Brownstein is an Assistant Professor in Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and the Assistant Director of the Molecular Genetics Core Facility at Boston Children’s Hospital. Her current work focuses on advancing the fields of genome sequencing and analysis, with an emphasis on identifying complex structural variation. She spoke with me on how genomics can advance drug discovery and development.

Previous episodes from SLAS2024 include:

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