American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) 2020
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About This Event:
The AACR Annual Meeting program covers the latest discoveries across the spectrum of cancer research—from population science and prevention; to cancer biology, translational, and clinical studies; to survivorship and advocacy—and highlights the work of the best minds in research and medicine from institutions all over the world.
[UPDATE: March 18, 2020]: “The AACR Board of Directors has made the difficult decision, after careful consideration and comprehensive evaluation of currently available information related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, to terminate the AACR Annual Meeting 2020, originally scheduled for April 24-29 in San Diego, California. A rescheduled meeting is being planned for later this year.” Click here to the latest information from AACR.
San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California
ReadCoor Attendee Highlight:
Senior Director, Sales
Alix Cruse brings 20 years of sequencing and genomics experience to ReadCoor, from both commercial industry and academic roles.
Before joining the leadership team at ReadCoor, Alix was Sales Director of North America East at Pacific Biosciences. There, she was responsible for leadership and expansion of a senior sales team focused on rapid growth and adoption of long read sequencing platforms; the RSII, Sequel, and Sequel II Systems. Prior to the sales management promotion, Alix had successful direct sales responsibility at Pacific Biosciences. She also has had a number of commercial technical roles focused on single-molecule technologies including Field Applications Scientist positions at Helicos Biosciences, RainDance Technologies, and Pacific Biosciences, and was an application assay development at Helicos Biosciences. Alix began her career at the Whitehead Institute, then the Broad Institute, as a research assistant on the Human Genome Project and other large genome projects. At the Broad Institute, she worked on production-scale sequencing operations before moving to management of production sequencing teams. Alix has a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Biology from Loyola Marymount University and Tufts University, respectively.