Thank you @GeneticsSociety staff and program committee for making #ASHG20 a reality; loved the science though we definitely missed San Diego today....
The great @JFuBiostats to discuss integrated analyses of coding SNVs, indels, and copy number variants in autism from the ASC and @broadinstitute CCDG, the SFARI SSC cohort, and @sparkgenomics at #ASHG20 in Session 051. Good luck Jack!
👇#gnomAD v3.1 free download options
We are also proud to announce that the #gnomAD v3.1 dataset, as well as all previous releases, are available for free download to users of Amazon Web Services @awscloud, Google Cloud @googlecloud, and Microsoft Azure @Azure (7/12) https://gnomad.broadinstitute.org/blog/2020-10-open-access-to-gnomad-data-on-multiple-cloud-providers/
👏 #gnomAD v3.1 is released!!!! Congratulations to the entire team!!
Today, we are excited to announce the launch of #gnomAD v3.1, which contains 76,156 genomes, and is mostly focused on adding new features and diverse datasets http://broad.io/gnomad_blog #ASHG20 (2/12)
The session really turned out nicely. The talks were fantastic and the speakers were so insightful and measured about the challenges we face during our panel discussion. Thanks so much @kristenbrennand!!
Agree - this was a great (and data-packed!) session. Thanks to @kristenbrennand @TalkowskiLab for putting this together! #ASHG20 https://twitter.com/kidneyomicsamps/status/1321920164288483329
Looking forward to co-moderating a great set of talks with the wonderful @mollygasp. Join us and our exciting lineup of speakers: @jengreitz, @wendy_bickmore, F. Hormozdiari, and E. Weeks today (Wed) at 3:30ET for our session on variant-to-function coupling! #ASHG20