This upcoming webinar hosted on Thursday 26th November 2pm GMT by Oxford Global will provide an insight of "The Applications of NGS Technology in Forensic Science".
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About the Webinar:
Advances in next generation sequencing technologies and platforms have opened up exciting new opportunities in many areas of investigative genetics research. NGS is allowing researchers to access even more forensically relevant SNPs and STRs, and even has the potential to deliver high value DNA panels from partially degraded and mixed DNA. Our free webinar offers you the chance to hear from Christopher about how his research uses NGS technology.
Christopher Phillips, Researcher, University of Santiago de Compostela has been in forensic science since 1979, starting at The Metlab then moving to Barts Hospital, where he helped develop DNA analysis, then in its infancy. Since 2001, he has been a full-time researcher in the Forensic Genetics Unit, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain. His research has focused primarily on SNP analysis; development of novel forensic markers, including new STRs, SNPs and Indels; forensic ancestry inference; accessing public genome-scale data for forensic purposes; and building open- access online population data resources for the genetics community, exemplified by SPSmart.
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