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Events: Annual Ataxia Conference

Join us at the 64th Annual Ataxia Conference being hosted virtually March 10-13th by the National Ataxia Foundation.

We have a full schedule of presentations planned:

 

Should you consider whole genome testing?

Join us for a short 15 minute discussion of how whole genome sequencing (WGS) differs from other methods of genetic testing, and why these differences are particularly applicable to ataxia. 15 minutes of Q&A will follow along with the opportunity to complete a short online survey to be entered into a drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card.

Wednesday 3/10 3:00-3:30 CT

Thursday 3/11 1:30-2:00 CT

Saturday 3/13 2:00-2:30 CT

 

What you need to know about FXN and Friedreich’s ataxia

As a recessive repeat expansion disorder, Friedreich’s ataxia poses unique challenges for genetic testing. Join us for a short 15 minute discussion (with case studies) about overcoming these challenges. 15 minutes of Q&A will follow along with the opportunity to complete a short online survey to be entered into a drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card.

Wednesday 3/10 3:30-4:00 CT

Friday 3/12 1:30-2:00 CT

Saturday 3/13 4:00-4:30 CT

 

Clinicians: Get started ordering testing from Variantyx!

Ordering testing is easy! Join us for a short 15 minute walkthrough of our ataxia testing menu and everything you need to know to submit your first order. At the end, complete a short online survey to be entered into a drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card.

Thursday 3/11 2:30-3:00 CT

Friday 3/12 2:30-3:00 C

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