Join us for a webinar “3D Genome Folding and Its Impact on Gene Regulation & Disease” on May
13, 2021 at 11AM
EST to learn from Anthony Schmitt, Ph.D., SVP of Science at Arima Genomics.
What you will learn in this webinar:
Anthony Schmitt joined Arima Genomics in 2016 and serves as the Senior Vice President of Science. He has led
the development of the core Arima-HiC chemistry and technology platform since Arima’s inception, contributed
to core inventions and technology development grants, and continues to lead their R&D programs for targeted
chromosome conformation capture techniques such as HiChIP and Capture-HiC.
Prior to Arima, Anthony received a Ph.D. in biomedical sciences from UC San Diego in the laboratory of Dr.
Bing Ren and a B.S. in biology from University of Massachusetts Amherst. During his doctoral training,
Anthony played roles in developing and applying Hi-C technologies, with notable contributions to our
understanding of gene regulation in nearly 30 human tissues using Hi-C and Promoter Capture-HiC, developing
target haplotyping methods for medically-relevant loci using Capture-HiC and HaploSeq, and developing
PLAC-seq (also known as HiChIP) for discovering long-range gene regulatory interactions associated with
specific chromatin proteins
May, 2021 Webinar series: "3D
Genome Folding and Its Impact on Gene Regulation & Disease" on May 13, 2021 at 5PM CET/11AM EST/8 AM
PST to learn from Anthony Schmitt, Ph.D., SVP of Science at Arima Genomics.Register now
June, 2021 WORKSHOP: Virtual
ChIP workshop, with a mix of lecture, demo, and activities to help you master the basics and more of
ChIP-qPCR and ChIP-seq.Register now
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