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Manon Oud
PhD student Human Genetics 🧬 lab
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brent pedersen Jun 21
I posted an analysis that looks at trios, then makes them into parent-proband duos, then just proband solos and tracks the number of candidate variants for each inheritance mode:
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Adam Claridge-Chang Jun 19
The new answer to a 77-year-old problem in data analysis, published today in . Instead of significance tests, use estimation graphics. Our software suite DABEST makes it easy for everyone to visualize effect sizes.
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Richarda de Voer Jun 18
Whoeoeoeoe! Congratulations and with your ESHG Young Investigator Award!
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Kaitlin Samocha Jun 18
. is on the postdoc market! Reach out if you have an exciting position.
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Manon Oud Jun 18
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Manon Oud Jun 18
Interesting talk from Christophe Arnoult demonstrating that SPINK2 haploinsufficieny leads to oligozoospermia whereas homozygous loss of function variants lead to azoospermia
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Francesco Kumara Mastrorosa Jun 17
Today I am presenting my work on detection and interpretation of de novo CNVs in idiopathic male infertility at . Check my poster at P01.35C.
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Joris Veltman Jun 14
Tomorrow at presented by Discovery of new genetic causes of male infertility: Will lead to better diagnosis and treatment
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Manon Oud Jun 14
On my way to now to present our story ok de novo mutations in male infertility. Hope to see you there!
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Travis Johnson Jun 13
James Whisstock and myself are looking for a talented post doc who loves imaging as much as we do! Know anybody who might be interested?
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Manon Oud Jun 12
Replying to @jorisveltman
Very much looking forward to it! See you on Saturday!
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Manon Oud Jun 12
Can’t believe these three months went by so quickly! Sadly today I had my last day at . I’ve had a brilliant time in the lab, learned tons of new things! Now I’m really excited to continue with this project back in the Netherlands 🇳🇱
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Manon Oud May 31
Replying to @OudManon
For the detailed NYRA meeting program, see here:
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Manon Oud May 31
Replying to @OudManon
We will offer 15 young researchers the chance to present their work as oral presentations as well as an exciting poster session. Also this year we will award the best presentation and the best abstract.
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Manon Oud May 31
Replying to @OudManon
We are also happy to say that there is a reduced participation cost to the Molecular Andrology for NYRA members as we hope that many of you can participate in both. Notice that you need to register to both events independently!
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Manon Oud May 31
Replying to @OudManon
This year the meeting will be held adjacent to the 6th International Workshop on Molecular Andrology. Therefore this is an excellent opportunity for all andrology enthusiasts to take part in two meetings!
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Manon Oud May 31
The registration for the 12th Network for Young Researchers in Andrology (NYRA) meeting, 23rd-24th September in Giessen, is now open! Submit your abstract to share your research and make a chance to win a travel grant!
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Manon Oud May 28
Replying to @Lot_SB
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Manon Oud May 26
Been to our first footy game this weekend! Luckily we chose the right spot and got the perfect explanation and priceless live commentary of the game by our footy fan neighbors 👍 Go Roos!
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Laurens van de Wiel May 23
Our article on analysing pathogenicity of genetic variants by looking at variation found via protein domain relations via MetaDome is accepted for publication in Human Mutation and can now be found online
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