The Process of Using Genomic Analysis in Cases AKA: The nuts and bolts of processes, time and costs [Slides for Download]

At our recent conference Genomic Analysis in Tort Cases, Michael Zapata III and Leonel van Zyl, PhD provided an in depth review and analysis of the nuts and bolts for using genomic analysis in legal cases. Michael and Dr. van Zyl explained their systematic and gated methodology for helping clients considering whether a genomic approach might be right for their specific case. In addition to a broad discussion of costs, they also described the different tiers of services that can be used to put forth a genetic case, such as the differences between basic reports, curated reports, and comprehensive reports. The information provided by this panel is of tremendous value for anyone wondering what the process is for using genetics in their case.

The slides from this panel can be downloaded by completing the form below. The slides contain material from The Process of Using Genomic Analysis in Cases panel, which included Michael Zapata III and Leonel van Zyl, PhD, both of Toxicogenomica.

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The Process of Using Genomic Analysis in Cases AKA: The nuts and bolts of processes, time and costs

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