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Old 06-01-2015, 11:56 AM   #1
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Default Webinar: Lab7 ESP: The Operating System for Your Lab

Chris Mueller, Ph.D., will provide an overview of Lab7's Enterprise Sequencing Platform (ESP) software, built to streamline operations of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) labs by integrating LIMS, analysis, data management, and reporting into a single "operating system" for your lab.

In this webinar, Chris will:
  • Discuss the challenges faced by different stakeholders when integrating data-intensive methods such as NGS into their laboratory operations.
  • Present the rationale for a single operating platform to tie together NGS sample management, wet lab operations, and informatics.
  • Perform a live demonstration of the Lab7 ESP to give attendees a closer look at the software, and describe how it can be configured for any laboratory operation, any analysis tool, any sequencing platform, and any variant annotation database.

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