Events

RCIGM hosts numerous educational events throughout the year. You can also find our team members presenting at conferences and webinars.  A partial list is below — follow us on Twitter (@RadyGenomics) to get the latest updates. 

Upcoming Events

Feb 23 2022

NTRK Fusions in Pediatric Population: A Model to Drive Precision Medicine in Rare Tumors

Presenters: Alanna Church, MD Assistant Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School and Associate Director, Laboratory for Molecular Pediatric Pathology
RPM GRAND ROUNDS
Apr 12 2022

Genomics 101

The RCIGM Genomics 101 course is designed to provide learners with a foundational knowledge of genomics and genomic medicine at the Rady Children’s Institute
ONLINE COURSE
Apr 26 2022

Frontiers in Pediatric Genomic Medicine Conference 2022

Save the date for our virtual annual Frontiers in Pediatric Genomic Medicine Conference, coming April 26-27, 2022 to a computer screen near you.
VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

Past Events

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Jan 26 2022
Speaking Engagement

Festival of Genomics & Biodata

Charlotte Hobbs, RCIGM VP of Research & Clinical Management, will present on "Rapid whole genome sequencing for precision medicine in critically ill
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SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTVIRTUAL CONFERENCE
Jan 26 2022
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Key Lessons from NICUSeq

Registration now open Speaker: David Dimmock, MD FACMG DABP | RCIGM Sr. Medical Director  
RPM GRAND ROUNDS
Jan 24 2022

Medlab Middle East (Dubai)

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IN PERSONSPEAKING ENGAGEMENT
Jan 06 2022
Speaking Engagement

GENEuary 2022: The Future of Pediatric Genomic Medicine

Dr. Stephen Kingsmore will present as part of Nicklaus Children's Hospital's month-long "GENEuary 2022" program to promote understanding of the role of
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SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT
Nov 10 2021

Biomarkers for Rare Diseases Summit

Stephen Kingsmore, MD, DSc, will present on "Diagnosing Rare Disease & Identifying Drug Targets at Earlier Time Points"
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SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTVIRTUAL CONFERENCE
Nov 09 2021
Genomics Webinar

National Cancer Institute SeqSPACE Webinar Series

RCIGM Associate Director of Clinical Genomics Research Matthew Bainbridge, PhD, will present with Melissa Bondy, PhD of Stanford University, on "Lessons
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SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTWEBINAR
Oct 27 2021
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Lessons Learned From Sequencing Fetal Structural Anomalies

Presenters: Ronald J. Wapner, MD | Vice Chair of Research, Obstetrics and Gynecology And Director of Reproductive Genetics, Columbia University Irving
RPM GRAND ROUNDS
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Oct 25 2021
San Diego Study of Outcomes in Mothers and Infrants

The Big Picture: Linking and Leveraging Administrative Data for Maternal and Child Health Research

Highlights: Keynote: Maternal Morbidity and Mortality/Health Disparities, Cynthia Gyamfi-Bannerman, MD, MS, FACOG, Chair and Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology,
SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT
Sep 22 2021
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Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) as a Universal Ambulatory Platform towards a Precision Population Care for All

Presenters: Apostolos "Paul" Psychogios, MD, FACMGG | Chief of Genetics, Dayton Children’s Hospital Associate Professor Pediatrics, Wright State University
RPM GRAND ROUNDS
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Aug 25 2021
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Using Whole Genome Sequencing as a Diagnostic Tool: A Sub-Specialist’s Point of View

Speaker: Erika Allred, MD | RCHSD/RCIGM Nephrology Fellow / UC San Diego School of Medicine
RPM GRAND ROUNDS
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