Dr. Joseph Gleeson
Rady Professor, UCSD Dept. of Neurosciences, UCSD and Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine
Dr. Shao-bin Wang
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Virginia School of Medicine and UVA’s Center for Advanced Vision Science
The grant program was created to accelerate innovation of single-cell genomic studies using the primary template-directed amplification (PTA) technology developed by BioSkryb, and now commercially available as ResolveDNA™.
These winners were chosen for effectively demonstrating the significance of their research, the hypothesis being addressed, and the human condition benefitting from the studies. Each recipient will receive up to $20,000 worth of materials required to perform a whole genome sequencing workflow.
This includes a ResolveDNA™ Complete Starter Pack, sequencing of up to eight human cells, access to BaseJumper (BioSkryb’s cloud-based bioinformatics platform), and dedicated technical support.