Event | TranslationalDx: Advances in Multi-omic Oncology

Watch our presentation from the Translational Dx Virtual Summit

Fabric Genomics will share a unique new presentation at an upcoming virtual summit, Translational Dx: Advances in Multi-Omic Oncology. Join us and fellow industry experts to learn about the latest advances in molecular oncology tools. On September 23rd, we share a presentation and live Q&A. Check out our virtual booth and networking sessions for more participation in the leading edge of molecular diagnostics and monitoring.


Hereditary cancer testing represents one of the fastest growing areas of precision medicine. As labs launch these tests, decisions about which genes to include, which assays to use, and how to accurately and consistently interpret variants can have economic and clinical implications. Here we discuss best practices for panel design, gene curation and variant interpretation and how Fabric software and clinical interpretation services are helping labs of all sizes deploy hereditary cancer testing at scale.

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Jeanette McCarthy, MPH, PhD 

Sr. Director Scientific Programs, Fabric Genomics

Jeanette McCarthy is a genome scientist and educator working at the forefront of precision medicine implementation. As a faculty member at Duke University, she ran research programs on genetic underpinnings of complex diseases, both infectious and chronic. In 2013 she founded Precision Medicine Advisors, an education and consulting business focused on communicating genomics to non-technical audiences, including health care providers, patients and other stakeholders. Jeanette has worked with Fabric Genomics since 2013 on the development of software for genome analysis and variant interpretation and currently leads scientific programs and clinical services. Jeanette is coauthor of the book, Precision Medicine: A Guide to Genomics in Clinical Practice (2016, McGraw Hill Education).

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