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Hear directly from the people whose work in genomics is shaping the way we think about science and our world. Listen as leading scientists discuss the impact of genomics with the Illumina Scientific Affairs team. Download or subscribe to our recurring podcasts.

Illumina Genomics Podcast Illumina, Inc.

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Hear directly from the people whose work in genomics is shaping the way we think about science and our world. Listen as leading scientists discuss the impact of genomics with the Illumina Scientific Affairs team. Download or subscribe to our recurring podcasts.

    2019 and the Year in Genomics

    2019 and the Year in Genomics

    In 2019, NGS continued to enable scientists to make great strides in understanding human biology and disease. In this special compilation episode, I’ll share some of our 2019 podcast highlights. We’ll also share our expert guests’ predictions for science, medicine, and genomics – where we were in 2019, and where we’re going in 2020 and beyond.

    • 25 Min.
    Comprehensive Genomic Tumor Profiling

    Comprehensive Genomic Tumor Profiling

    NGS-based genomics assays can help characterize the genetic profile of a tumor, and these technologies are poised to supplant single-gene testing in oncology. But, what impact will this revolutionary technology have on patients, clinicians, and the entire healthcare system? Listen to Dr. Brian Piening of the Providence Cancer Institute explain how NGS is changing the standard of care in oncology.

    • 19 Min.
    Genomic Tumor Profiling and Precision Oncology

    Genomic Tumor Profiling and Precision Oncology

    Understanding the mutational profile of a tumor can help to guide therapeutic options. Genomics has enabled the simultaneous analysis of multiple mutations across multiple genes, providing a comprehensive genomic profile of a given tumor. Listen to Dr. Rachel Sanborn of the Providence Cancer Institute explain how genomics technologies are empowering precision oncology.

    • 22 Min.
    Genomics and Feeding a Hungry World

    Genomics and Feeding a Hungry World

    Agriculture has sustained and enhanced human life for thousands of years, but a changing environment and expanding population is increasing demand for more productive and more sustainable farming. Listen to Dr. Andrzej Kilian of Diversity Arrays Technology describe how NGS-based genotyping is helping to develop more sustainable agriculture practices.

    • 22 Min.
    If tumors could talk

    If tumors could talk

    Cancer is one of the leading causes of death around the world, and 38% people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. Listen to Dr. Ramanuj DasGupta and Dr. Shumei Chia of the Genome Institute of Singapore describe how patient-derived tumor models and NGS can combine to offer new insights in precision oncology.

    • 21 Min.
    NGS and New Frontiers in Infectious Disease

    NGS and New Frontiers in Infectious Disease

    Sepsis is a serious medical condition typically caused by a bloodstream infection. The World Health Organization estimates that sepsis affects 30 million people worldwide every year, leading to 6 million deaths. Listen to Jean-François Brepson of PathoQuest discuss the challenges in infectious disease diagnostics and how NGS technology can improve pathogen detection and antibiotic stewardship.

    • 21 Min.

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