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The Ontario Genomics Institute (OGI), The Centre for Applied Genomics and The Centre for Computational Medicine are hosting a one hour web conference/webinar about MedSavant - a visual analytics platform for assessing the clinical significance of genomic data.

MedSavant is a data management and analytics solution for genomic variant datasets. It offers a high-performance variant search engine aimed at making the task of finding disease causing genetic mutations easier and more efficient. Complex queries can be constructed from genotype criteria (e.g. call quality, genomic position), phenotype criteria, or from the intersection of external datasets like OMIM. MedSavant is user-friendly, providing a simple interface and real-time visual feedback through a built-in charting platform and next-generation genome browser.

The presentation will be led by Marc Fiume, the chief developer of Savant. The webinar will be appropriate for all levels if clinical investigators that are interested in learning to use a tool that assists in the discovery of disease causing genetic mutations.

We require all attendees to register so please click the following link: Register for webinar on Thursday, Nov. 1, 1 p.m. EST.

On the day of the webinar, you will be able to access the webinar by clicking here and entering as a guest.

Please be sure to provide your name, title, institution and valid email address so that we can send you an email with webinar details and instructions.

Feel free to pass this invitation along to colleagues who may benefit from learning about this valuable, freely available tool. Many thanks and we look forward to hearing from you

For questions or comments contact the TCAG Manager,

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