Discovery of new genes implicated in hereditary diseases or cancer progression is challenging and advancing rapidly with an increase in the amount of cohort data to analyze. It is estimated that every day one new gene is discovered to be associated with a disease. QCI Interpret Translational can get your research to the next level by providing you all the necessary analysis tools with the world’s most comprehensive and up-to-date curated scientific evidence. Get valuable and reliable insights for your research project and speed up your discoveries by using a streamlined NGS analysis workflow in a user-friendly interface without needing bioinformatics expertise. 

In this webinar, attendees will have the opportunity to:

  • Explore capabilities which can enable them to accelerate discoveries from hereditary or tumor cohort analyses
  • Discover interactive tools with current and comprehensive associations between gene variants and diseases
  • Learn how these resources are supported by unique curated content among other integrated scientific evidence
About the speaker
Cristian Cosentino, PhD, QDI Field Application Scientist, EMEA
QIAGEN Digital Insights
Cristian Cosentino, PhD, is a senior bioinformatics field application scientist at QIAGEN Digital Insights (QDI) with over 15 years of academic experience in molecular physiology and genetics. In his current role, Cristian works closely with customers to educate, support and train on QDI software and solutions for clinical and discovery NGS applications. Prior to this, Cristian worked at Hamilton Robotics as an international application scientist, providing customer support for the automation of NGS library preparation projects. He also worked at Illumina as a field application scientist, running customer-facing trainings on NGS instruments and library preparations. Cristian obtained his PhD in plant molecular physiology from the Technical University of Darmstadt and completed his post-doctoral fellowship in human genetics and optogenetics from the University of Studies of Milan.
Date of recording:Thursday, January 26, 2023
Duration:60 minutes
Other Clinical Focus
Bioinformatics - Interpretation
Informatics & Data