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November 27, 2019
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September 18, 2019
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September 4, 2019
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The Scientist
December, 2014
2013 Medical Design Excellence Awards
June, 2013
Nature Methods
August, 2012
Nature Biotechnology
August, 2012
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
July, 2012
Research at Princeton
December, 2011
Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry
June, 2010
Karow, Julie – Genomeweb, "In Sequence."
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March, 2009
Gravitz, Lauren – MIT Technology Review
February, 2009

Press Releases


 - January 28
7:00A PST / 10:00A EST
Many of the newly recognized clinically significant genetic markers in pediatric leukemias cannot be reliably detected by routine diagnostic assays; they remain cryptic by karyotype analysis and are typically not interrogated by FISH testing or by diagnostic next-generation sequencing panels.
In this webinar, Dr. Raca will present results of a pilot study in which Optical Genome Mapping (OGM) revealed clinically significant structural variants in pediatric leukemias, which were missed by comprehensive multi-modal clinical testing. She will also illustrate the application of OGM to study a rare structural abnormality of the PAX5 gene in pediatric B-lymphoblastic leukemia, which could not be accurately characterized by other molecular methods.
January 11 - January 15
Virtual - Online

The Next-Generation Cytogenomics Symposium features leading experts in the study of genomic variants involved in genetic disease, heme malignancies, solid tumors, repeat expansions and contractions, and COVID-19 host genetics. The presentations cover Bionano’s Saphyr data for discovery research, clinical research, and clinical validation studies. Each session will end with a Q&A and panel discussion by the speakers.  The symposium runs five days at approximately 120 minutes each day spanning January 11-15, 2021 – Easy registration for one, a combination or all days in one location.  Please click here or on the title above to reserve your spot!

Broadcast Time: 7:00A-9:00A PST | 10:00A-12:00P EST | 3:00P-5:00P GMT | 4:00P-6:00P CET

January 11 – Constitutional Cytogenetics

January 12 – Heme Malignancy

January 13 – Solid Tumor

January 14 – Complex Molecular Diagnostics

January 15 – Bonus Session: COVID-19 Expert Panel w/Live Q&A

October 27 - October 31
San Diego, CA
November 17 - November 21
Vancouver, British Columbia
June 6 - June 9
Sponsor / Corporate Satellite Session - Sunday, June 7 @ 12:00P CEST (UTC+2)

Session: CS15 – Bionano Genomics Satellite: High throughput Genome Imaging for the detection of Structural Variation in Genetic Disease & Cancer 
Type: 08. Corporate Satellites 
Date & Time: Sunday, June 7, 2020 – 12:00 – 13:00 CEST
Room: Virtual Session Room 2

August 3 - August 4
Platinum Sponsor
June 25 - June 26
June 22 - June 24
June 12 - June 12
Brandon LaBarge - MD - Penn State Health / Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Resident
Learning Objectives:
1) Understand the solid tumor high-molecular weight DNA isolation process
2) Review whole genome imaging findings of head and neck cancers
 - October 14
Marriott Marquis Houston, 1777 Walker Street, Houston, TX, 77010


Click here to view the agenda.