In this webcast recording, we will be showing users the process of annotating and filtering CNVs in VarSeq. This will include a discussion of available annotation sources and a demonstration of how these annotations may be utilized in VarSeq filter chains to identify clinically relevant CNVs. We will also discuss CNV assessment catalogs as a mechanism for tracking common CNVs and identifying relevant previously classified events.
About the Presenter
Nathan Fortier, Ph.D, Director of Research for Golden Helix, joined the development team in June of 2014. Nathan obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering from Montana Tech University in May 2011, received a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Montana State University in May 2014, and received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Montana State University in May 2015. Nathan works on data curation, script development, and product code. When not working, Nathan enjoys hiking and playing music.