Leveraging Genomics-Based Assays for Immuno-Oncology in Clinical Research

Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 2017

Presented at Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 2017, this presentation provides an overview of how genomics-based assays can be effectively implemented for immuno-oncology clinical research. With the expansion of immuno-oncology pipelines over the last decade, genomics-based assays can help design and execute smarter trials. Self-recognition HLA and KIR typing, immune gene signature, and tumor characterization can be used to develop "virtual panels" of expression targets to recapitulate IO targeted panels, identify neo-antigens directly from RNA sequencing data, and more. 

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Victor Weigman, Ph.D., Director, Translational Genomics