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CIDR NEWS

September 2011

Volume 1, Issue 1

New Statistical Service: Collaboration with University of Washington

We are pleased to announce that CIDR has entered into a collaboration with the University of Washington Center for Biomedical Statistics (CBS) to provide statistical and analytical support for the interpretation of genetic data. The CBS is part of the Department of Biostatistics, a recognized leader in the statistical sciences. The Department is a center of excellence for development and application of statistical methodology across the health sciences. Read more...

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New Genotyping Products & Services

CIDR is offering new Illumina Infinium array options that have the most up-to-date content and allow researchers the flexibility to genotype samples with hundreds of thousands to millions of markers. Read more...

CIDR will be at the upcoming American Society of Human Genetics Meeting in Montreal October 11-15, 2011. Visit Booth #006 for the latest information about our products and services. These 14 scientific posters and platform presentations involve Read more...

Visit us at ASHG

Employment Opportunities:

CIDR is hiring a Director of Project Management. Read more...

Next deadline for applications for the NIH CIDR Program

Did you know CIDR offers Sequencing?

We offer whole exome and custom targeted sequencing using the Illumina HiSeq 2000 platform and Agilent SureSelect for target enrichment. Please visit our website at www.cidr.jhmi.edu for more information and pricing. 

Read how scientists are using sequence data generated at CIDR:Characterization of complex chromosomal rearrangements by targeted capture and next-generation sequencing. Sobreira et al., Genome Res. 2011 Sep 2 [Epub ahead of print].

 

Whole Genome Sequencing coming in 2012!

 

Finding genes that contribute to disease