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  • LAB GROUPS OVERVIEW

    NYGC’s translational research focus spans a wide range of clinical areas. NYGC will also be home to investigators with joint appointments at our member institutions. To that end, we are recruiting senior and junior faculty and researchers, with the goal of leveraging genomic science and technology to transform clinical care.

    NYGC seeks promising research projects with clinical applications and is building a highly selective team of academic investigators and industry partners. If you have a genomics project that would benefit from collaboration with leading scientists, please
    contact us.

    Research Sequencing Inquiries

    Email: service@nygenome.org

    Phone: 646-977-7222

    WEB INQUIRY FORM

    A project manager will work with you from initial inquiry through data delivery.

    LAB GROUPS
  • GENOMICS

    NYGC’s Integrated Genomics include experimental design assistance, sample quality control processes, library preparation, sequencing, extensive data quality control, bioinformatics, and data storage.

    Clinical Sequencing Inquiries

    Email: clinical@nygenome.org

    Phone: 646-977-7171

    A clinical project manager can share information about our offerings and how to order them.

    GENOMICS HOME
  • RECENT PUBLICATIONS

    • Agius P, Geiger H, Robine N.

      Bioinformatics. 2019 June 14.

    • Stuart T, Butler A, Hoffman P, Hafemeister C, Papalexi E, Mauck WH, Hao Y, Stoeckius M, Smibert P, Satija R.

      Cell. 2019 June 6.

    • Wang W, Niu X, Stuart T, Jullian E, Mauck WM, Kelly RG, Satija R, Christiaen L.

      Nature Cell Biology. 2019 June 3.

    • Dolzhenko E, Deshpande V, Schlesinger F, Krusche P, Petrovski R, Chen S, Emig-Agius D, Gross A, Narzisi G, Bowman B, Scheffler K, van Vugt JJFA, French C, Sanchis-Juan A, Ibanez K, Tucci A, Lajoie B, Veldink JH, Raymond L, Taft RJ, Bentley DR, Eberle MA.

      Bioinformatics. 2019 May 27.

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This work was partially supported by a gift from the Simons Foundation.