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Join our Industry Learning Lunch at the ISPD 26th International Conference

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Industry Learning Lunch

June 22, 2022
12:15 PM EDT (UTC -4)

Learn more about

  • Importance of early and accurate screening for 22q11.2 deletions.
  • Clinical experience with NIPT for single gene disorders.
  • Counseling patients on expanded NIPT screening.

Hear from our speakers

  • Peter Benn, PhD, DSc.
    Professor Emeritus, Genetics and Genome Sciences University of Connecticut Health Center
  • Elysia Davis, MGC, CGC
    Medical Science Liaison,
    Women's Health

No dinner plans? Join us

An open discussion on the role of extended NIPT: Are guidelines keeping up?

Monday, June 20th
7PM EDT (UTC -4)

Vieux-Port Steakhouse
The Maisoneuve Room
39 Rue Saint-Paul Est
Montréal, QC H2Y 1G2

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Moderated by

  • Katie Wiens, MS, CGC
    Medical Science Liaison,
    Women's Health
  • Elysia Davis, MGC, CGC
    Medical Science Liaison,
    Women's Health

These independent programs, its presenters, or any products or services discussed are not endorsed or supported by ISPD

Don’t miss our ISPD ePosters

SNP-Based NIPT Posters

  • P-77: A typical Findings Cases and Considerations for Clinical Management Utilizing Single Nucleotide Polymorphism..

    Erin Armenti
    Wenbo Xu, Samantha Leonard
    Meredith Pastrick*
  • SNP-Based Non-invasive Prenatal Testing: The Reasons for the Presence of an Extra Haplotype in Cell-Free DNA..

    Valerie Kantor
    Russ Jelsema, Wenbo Xu
    Peter Benn*
  • Prenatal Screening for 22q11.2DS: Does It Change Patient Care?

    Kimberly Martin*; Mary Norton, Cora MacPherson; Bo Jacobsson; Sina Haeri; Melissa Egbert; Fergal D. Malone; Ronald J. Wapner; Ashley Roman; Asma Khalil; Revital Faro; Rajeevi Madankumar; Lance Edwards; Noel Strong; Robert M. Silver; Nidhi Vohra; Jon Hyett; Paul Billings, Charlly Kao, Pe’er Dar

*Indicates presenting author

Visit us at ISPD 2022 at Booth #303