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Jennifer Gardy
I am an actual scientist and I also play one on TV. And when I’m not doing that, I make booze at .
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Jennifer Gardy 22h
Replying to @pauloluniyi
You are most welcome! :)
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Jennifer Gardy 22h
Hahaha, I think it might have been helping out there. Though I did go back and add some bonus material :)
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Jennifer Gardy 22h
Conference-organizing and note-taking are my superpowers :)
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Jennifer Gardy 23h
Check my notes at - Vasee Moorthy's talk. Got some of the key points captured there.
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Jennifer Gardy 23h
New "code of conduct", not yet posted
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 17
At the meeting, announces they'll soon be posting a draft plan for sequence-sharing during outbreaks to their website and will be collecting community feedback
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 17
At a conference dinner with different food stands. I’m not sure about this one.
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 17
They also make many cool shiny, reflective things 😎
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 17
They gave me so many the first time I worked with them that I still have a pad or two! :) But they can send more anytime... Love me some Post-its.
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 17
Replying to @EricTopol @CDCgov and 5 others
Would be a good close-to-home year case for ’s IDseq approach - I’ll ask Joe about it later today; we’re at the same meeting!
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 16
Replying to @edyong209
Should have threaded this right under KGA’s comment, doh. Anyway I wonder how often we as genomics ppl from the research domain worry about our work being used as clinical dx when that field has been validating and relying on some less informative approaches in the past.
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 16
Replying to @edyong209
This was a good point brought up in today’s GC convos around the platform - it shows you the data, but the interpretation is all on you. Some ppl take issue with this, but I sometimes play devil’s advocate and note that really all molecular dx fall under the same umbrella.
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 16
Kinda wish I was in elementary school again – the Ecoleague™ Youth Forum, supported by is a fantastic way to show tomorrow’s STEM leaders how they can make a difference in their community
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 16
Excited to be working with over the next few months to promote some of the amazing STEM initiatives they’re supporting - I’ll be tweeting and blogging with them :)
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 16
Replying to @DrTedros
It’s WHO DG up next at the meeting. He has three asks of the community: investment, reducing patient out of pocket payments, and innovating with a purpose.
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 16
It’s Bill Gates! This is the second-closest and I have been to him; the first time we were at the other end of a boardroom table talking genomics with him. Such a pleasure working with !
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 16
Good morning - wake up to the dulcet tones of Santa & I talking about AI on the latest episode of our podcast. New episodes every month!
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 15
Replying to @jennifergardy
As this session winds down, the notion of viral genomic data-sharing came up and Paul Stoffels from J&J said “If you’re holding onto sequences for IP reasons, don’t. You’re not going to make any money” 🙌🏻
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 15
Finishing up my day with the pandemic preparedness session. Nice to see highlighting the importance of communication within the first 48h. Like many topics at this meeting, we’ve held a Forum on this:
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Jennifer Gardy Oct 15
Proceedings from our June workshop on Understanding the Economics of Microbial Threats are now online. Organized by and friends, this was a fascinating session.
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