Good experiment planning is key to successful research, but limited time and resources sometimes make this an overwhelming task. The GeneGlobe Design & Analysis Hub allows you to bring your experiment planning to the next level by combining biological knowledge on your targets with products and useful tools.

GeneGlobe covers many areas, so you can easily apply the lessons from this example workflow to your own topic of interest. In this presentation, we will demonstrate a variety of GeneGlobe functionalities and show how to:

     • Leverage the knowledge hub with more than 10,000 manually-curated biological entities
     • Explore biological targets in their relevant context
     • Find the right products to study targets of interest
     • Store targets in the My GeneGlobe project space 
     • Build a custom product using a stored target list

About the speaker
Verena Schramm, Ph.D., Associate Director
Dr. Verena Schramm is a Global Product Manager for RNA sample extraction and Liquid Biopsy at QIAGEN GmbH, Germany. Prior or this position, she was a Global Product Manager at QIAGEN for NGS library preparation products. Verena holds a M.Sc. in Molecular Biology from University of Applied Sciences, Gelsenkirchen and a PhD in Bioinformatics from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany. During her PhD, she studied the impact of copy-number variation during the evolution of non-human primates using next-generation sequencing.Before joining QIAGEN, Verena worked as a Sales and Business Development Manager and as a Subject Matter Expert at Sophia Genetics, a company focusing on the analysis of clinical NGS data in diagnostics.
Date of recording:Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Duration:60 minutes