Today, November 8, National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) celebrates the second annual Genetic Counselor Awareness Day. At NCBI, we’ve been working hard to provide and improve resources, such as MedGen, Genetic Testing Registry (GTR), ClinVar, and Medical Genetics Summaries (MGS), to help genetic counselors.
Next week, NCBI staff will be at the NSGC 2018 conference in Atlanta, GA. While there, you can chat in person with us at booth #700 to learn about our medical genetics resources and pick up helpful material. We’d also love to hear any other questions or feedback to help support you.
To stay up-to-date about NCBI staff at NSGC 2018 follow us on Twitter at @NCBI_Clinical and @NCBI. For more information about other NCBI presentations at NSGC, check the Conferences and Presentations page.
Starting this Thursday, November 1st, NCBI staff from projects like ClinVar, GTR, MedGen, Medical Genetics Summaries and OSIRIS will be ready to hear your feedback at the Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) 2018 Annual Meeting & Expo in San Antonio, Texas. Come to booth #1810 and tell us how to make our resources better for you or ask questions about how to participate and use these resources!
Staff will also present on their current work at AMP 2018. We will present our analyses of current GTR tests and discuss how GTR data aims to reflect the current genetic testing landscape.
Below is a sneak peek on two different presentations to learn about “The NIH Genetic Testing Registry (GTR): Test Methodologies as a Sensor of the Precision Medicine Environment”:
- Poster TT046 – Friday, November 2 from 2:30 – 3:30 PM
- Technical Topics Platform Presentation – Saturday, November 3 from 7:45 – 8:00 AM
As you know, NCBI will be attending American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) 2018 in San Diego.
This year, we have two CoLabs – interactive sessions where you can learn about freely available NCBI tools and resources. Read on below for a description of each CoLab and join us at ASHG in two weeks!