Mastermind User Group 2023
Salt Lake City, UT | March 14
The Genomenon Team, creators of the Mastermind Genomic Search Engine, hosted a user group in Salt Lake City prior to ACMG 2023. Attendees networked and learned from other Mastermind users about their unique workflows, how they use Mastermind to streamline their variant interpretation efforts, and ways to get the most out of the world’s most comprehensive source of genomic evidence. Watch the expert talks below from Intermountain Healthcare, Myriad Genetics and Connectics Consulting:
USER GROUP PRESENTATIONS
Natalie Peer, PhD
Natalie is a Variant Scientist on the Intermountain Precision Genomics team at Intermountain Health. Currently, she specializes in classifying and interpreting somatic genomic aberrations in both solid and liquid tumors. She holds a Ph.D. in molecular biology from Washington State University and a B.S. from the University of California, Merced.
Randi Rawson, PhD
Clinical Genomics Scientist II
Randi has been a Clinical Genomics Scientist at Myriad Genetics for 4 years. She works on variant classification and reclassification for Myriad’s Oncology products alongside a diverse team of scientists, genetic counselors, and lab directors. Prior to joining Myriad, Randi completed her PhD and post-doctoral training at the University of Utah.
Amy Gaviglio, MS, CGC
Amy is a certified genetic counselor and founder of Connetics Consulting, which provides public health genetics, genomics, and rare disease services across the country and has been working in the newborn screening and rare disease space for the past 15 years. Amy currently works with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Newborn Screening and Molecular Biology Branch, the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL), Expecting Health, and several other genetics and rare disease organizations. She is co-chair of APHL’s New Disorders in Newborn Screening workgroup and is a member of several others.