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Dr. Hanlee Ji from Stanford Medicine is evaluating Open Genomics Engine in his work to analyze cancer genome sequences.

Dr. Hanlee Ji from Stanford Medicine is evaluating Open Genomics Engine in his work to analyze cancer genome sequences.

The future of cancer therapy and personalized treatment ultimately means more survivors. If we can more quickly sequence a patient’s DNA, more targeted information can be taken into account when therapy is developed and delivered…

— Doug Ulman, CEO, Livestrong

The future of cancer therapy and personalized treatment ultimately means more survivors. If we can more quickly sequence a patient’s DNA, more targeted information can be taken into account when therapy is developed and delivered. That personalized piece is on the cusp of significant progress and we believe the Open Genomics Engine could help to accelerate the time it takes for researchers to make these discoveries.

— Doug Ulman, CEO, Livestrong

There is a need to more quickly identify changes in the genome, and computing plays a critical role in speeding this process. Our hope is that Open Genomics Engine…helps us move faster towards a cure…

— Dennis Dean, Director of Life Sciences, Virginia Tech

Open Genomics Engine was developed to be a comprehensive open source framework for analyzing and interpreting high-throughput sequencing data. There is a need to more quickly identify changes in the genome, and computing plays a critical role in speeding this process. Our hope is that Open Genomics Engine becomes a valuable resource for the cancer research community and helps us move faster towards a cure.

— Dennis Dean, Director of Life Sciences, Virginia Tech

Using computation to more quickly and accurately analyze and interpret genomic data will enable researchers to make great strides in cancer research…

— Yanqing Zhang, Associate Professor, Computer Science, Georgia State

Using computation to more quickly and accurately analyze and interpret genomic data will enable researchers to make great strides in cancer research. My hope is that the Open Genomics Engine will greatly improve the bottlenecks currently found in genome analysis, and make discovery easier for those who are searching for a cure for cancer.

— Yanqing Zhang, Associate Professor, Computer Science, Georgia State

Oncologists are faced with an explosion of medical data and the challenge is to apply that new and valuable information to the individual patient sitting in front of them. The Open Genomics Engine could streamline this process…

— Craig Nichols, MD, Director Testicular Cancer Commons, Co-Director Multidisciplinary Testicular Cancer Clinic, Virginia Mason Medical Center

Oncologists are faced with an explosion of medical data and the challenge is to apply that new and valuable information to the individual patient sitting in front of them. The Open Genomics Engine could streamline this process by making DNA data more actionable for the researchers that are searching for cures for cancer. I hope the research community will leverage these new tools to speed personalized predictive tools, preventive strategies and active treatments.

— Craig Nichols, MD, Director Testicular Cancer Commons, Co-Director Multidisciplinary Testicular Cancer Clinic, Virginia Mason Medical Center

Having an open, fast and free platform for cancer genome analysis is a tremendous step forward in enabling cancer research.

— Colin Hercus, CEO, Novocraft Technologies

Having an open, fast and free platform for cancer genome analysis is a tremendous step forward in enabling cancer research.

— Colin Hercus, CEO, Novocraft Technologies