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MGI will Showcase Sequencing Technology at the 3rd Annual Nordic Precision Medicine Forum

Release date:2019-03-18Writer:MGIViews:1111Share

The 3rd Annual Nordic Precision Medicine Forum will be held at the Hotel Birger Jarl in Stockholm, Sweden from March 18 to 19. MGI is invited to present at the breakout session: "A New Era of 'Broadband' Sequencing to Realise the Full Benefits of Genomic Information.

MGI will introduce the ultra-high-throughput genetic sequencer MGISEQ-T7 and its disruptive single tube long fragment read (stLFR) technology, enabling participants to gain a better understanding of this new era of "broadband" sequencing. Three MGI platform users will share their sequencing projects with the audience. At the event, MGI will also officially launch its Global Sequencer User Program in Europe.


March 18, 2019

15:30 – 16:40 TEAM Room, Hotel Birger Jarl, Stockholm

A New Era of "Broadband" Sequencing: MGISEQ-T7 Sequencer and Efficient Long Single Molecule Sequencing

Jingjing Wang, Senior Product Manager, MGI Tech

A Mammalian Brain Atlas with Transcriptomics Data Using Next Generation MGI Sequencing

Prof. Mathias Uhlen, Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

A Deeper Understanding of Regenerative Medicine Using Transcriptomics and Genomics Data from MGI Sequencing

Prof. Yonglun Luo (Alun), Executive Director, Lars Bolund Institute of Regenerative Medicine (LBI), BGI, and Associate Professor, Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University

Genomic Approaches – and Vastly More - to Overcome Chemoresistance in Ovarian Cancer

Dr. Rainer Lehtonen, Senior Researcher, University of Helsinki

MGI Global Sequencer User Program

Pingfei Xu, General Manager, MGI Europe

About Global Sequencer User Program

MGI launched the Sequencer User Program in China in July 2018, aiming to assist enterprises and research institutions that need sequence data to establish in-house sequencing facilities.  The program aims to promote the innovation of genomics technology and industry development. After the SUP program achieved great success in China, MGI officially launched the Global Sequencer User Program in January 2019, providing an open platform to its members with comprehensive technical support, including reagents, training and application guidance.

About Nordic Precision Medicine Forum

The Nordic Precision Medicine Forum is the original, leading forum for precision medicine in the Nordic region and aims to promote global collaboration in this field. The Forum brings together those at the very forefront of precision medicine, from biologists, physicians and technology developers to data scientists, patient groups and governments, to meet and exchange ideas with like-minded professionals who are shaping the future of healthcare.

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