As is tradition we wanted to let you know how you can connect with the EPI2ME Labs team both online and in person at what is looking like a typically cloudy London Calling 2023. There are some of the same old faces and some brand new ones to help you with your data analysis needs.
Highlights from the team include:
If you’re not attending in person then some of the team will be available online for the duration of the conference and can be reached through the LC2023 platform.
More information about London Calling 2023, how to register for online attendance (in person is SOLD OUT), and the jam packed agenda can be found on the conference website: https://londoncallingconf.co.uk/lc23. Please take a look!
The following you can find in person on the days indicated:
Not only serving up some data for breakfast Chris will be hanging around the EPI2ME demos to guide you on our best practice bioinfomatics workflows.
Our bioinformatics product manager knows everything there is to know about what we offer for the analysis of ONT data, he’ll be there to answer any of your questions.
Tom will be on hand to show off all new features of EPI2ME Labs in person so if you have any feedback, bug reports, feature requests then be sure to track him down!
Clinical bioinformatician responsible for short tandem repeat calling and copy number calling in wf-human-variation.
I’ll be there to talk about your viral sequencing needs, SARS-CoV-2, Influenza, Monkeypox and clinical application of our technology.
Lead developer of our do it all workflow for the detection of human variation Sam can answer all you questions on how to get the best out of wf-human-variation as well as other infrastructure related STUFF.
New to the team this year Natalia brings with her loads of metagenomics experience and has been polishing our metagenomics workflow.
Sarah still looks after our most popular workflow - plasmid sequencing analysis, wf-clone-validation. Fine her online if you have any questions about plasmid sequencing on ONT.
Andrea is developing our workflow for the detection of somatic variation which currently detects SNPs and Indels but more is coming soon!
Another new team member Julian has just released our amplicon sequencing workflow.
Clinical bioinformatician working on our regulatory compliance, if you have questions on how we are developing our workflows to meet ISO/IEC standards then Lucia will be happy to help online.
Neil has been busy adding our single cell workflow to our suite of RNA sequencing analysis tools. He’ll be available online to answer any of your questions on this or our other RNA workflows.