It is a 4-day course on Next Generation Sequencing in São Paulo, Brazil from 26th to 29th November 2018. The focus of the course is on clinical diagnostics using exome/genome sequences, variant identification and analysis including afternoon practical sessions.
Registration will be open soon.
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The 3Gb-TEST project, which recieved funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 602269, has ended as of August 31st 2015. We are trying to receive funding to continu our work and to keep the organisation of NGS workshops alive.
The deliverables of the 3Gb-TEST projects which are publically available:
D1.1 Report on WP1 meeting Deliverable 1.1
D1.2 Updated report WP1 Deliverable 1.2
D4.1 Policy document on NGS Deliverable 4.1
D4.2 Follow up on document on use of NGS Deliverable 4.2
D5.3 A handbook of proposals fo actual implementation of WGS Deliverable 5.3
D6.2 Report/guidelines for 3g-EQA: issues and requirements Deliverable 6.2
D8.1 Website Deliverable 8.1
D8.3 Guideline document will appear after publication
D8.4 Technology Roadmap Deliverable 8.4
D9.2 Midterm Report Deliverable 9.2
On Tuesday the 25th of August 2015 the last consortium meeting of 3Gb-TEST was held in Leiden.
“3Gb-TEST; Introducing diagnostic applications of ‘3Gb-testing’ in human genetics”
On Monday August 24th a symposium was organised at the Leiden University Medical Center. This was be the final meeting for the 3Gb-TEST project, the project ends on August 31st 2015. The milestones which have been achieved in the project were high-lighted and there were presentations on e.g. Genome diagnostics, ethical and quality issues to consider and the future of whole genome sequencing. The programme is available. There were 99 registrations.
“From genetic testing to genome diagnostics; Quality, clinical utility and counselling issues”
On Friday the 5th of June, a meeting was organized at the ESHG in Glasgow by 3Gb-TEST, EuroGentest and ESHG. The title of the meeting was “From genetic testing to genome diagnostics; Quality, clinical utility and counselling issues”. Over 70 people joined for the interesting presentations and interactive workshops. The programme can be found here and the meeting report here.