11 Aug 2016: "Careers in High-throughput Sequencing" by Illumina

Davis Postdoc Entrepreneurship and Career group (DPEC) - Knowledge Exchange and Bioinformatics Core will co-host a seminar, “Careers in High-throughput Sequencing”, by Tony Dodge (MSc) and Drew Kebbel (MSc) of Illumina. Careers in High-throughput Sequencing Join us for a conversation with Illumina to learn about the future of High-throughput Sequencing in careers in research, emerging markets and entrepreneurship. Tony and Drew will discuss: Career opportunities and applications of High-throughput Sequencing in various markets such as companion diagnostics in drug development, clinical neonatal testing, consumer genomics and bioinformatics, etc. The Illumina Accelerator Program, an incubation program in Mission Bay, San Francisco, which provides entrepreneurial support, seed funding, technology access, and venture capital networks to startups with High-throughput Sequencing applications. This talk is intended for anyone who is interested in high-throughput sequencing and entrepreneurship; all backgrounds are welcome! Speakers: Tony Dodge (MSc), Executive Business Specialist at Illumina and Drew Kebbel (MSc), Sequencing Sales Specialist at Illumina Date: Thursday, August 11, 2016 12:30 pm –2 pm (Networking and refreshments to follow) Location: Auditorium 1005, Genome and Biomedical Sciences Facility (GBSF), UC Davis campus. Please RSVP here! If you have any questions, contact us at dpec@ucdavis.edu