ESMO 2022 Myriad Symposium on Controversies in Breast & Ovarian Cancer, 12 September 2022

Join Myriad genetics at ESMO 2022 Industry Satellite Symposium on 12 September 2022 from 13:00-14:30 (CEST) for a session on “Controversies in breast and ovarian cancer”. Taking place in Paris Expo Porte de Versailles (France), this year’s symposium will touch on high interest topics such as the use of genetics signatures for chemotherapy decisions and whether HRD tests are interchangeable.  Read More

Sample Preparation and Requirements for myChoice HRD Webinar

Held on 12 July 2002 (Tuesday) from 3pm – 4pm, the webinar featured Prof. Peter J. Wild, Director of the Dr. Senckenberg Institute of Pathology at University Hospital Frankfurt. He shared about the requirements for core biopsy and surgical sample as well as insightful tips to improve sample quantity and quality. Topics covered during the Read More

Are Surgeons Collecting Enough Tumor Tissue in Laparoscopic Biopsies for HRD Testing?

International Gynecologic Cancer Society (IGCS) Roundtable Webinar Held on 16 June 2022, the roundtable faculty discussed topics such as the importance of HRD testing, challenges in tumor testing, ways to improve sample quantity and quality as well as the optimal laparoscopic techniques. View the on-demand webinar recording below.

Let’s Talk Patient Aspects of Ovarian Cancer Treatment

The next Myriad Oncology webinar next Monday is focused on ovarian cancer. Dr Thomas Slavin will be joined by the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition! We will hear from their physician leadership and patient advocates. We can discuss all things ovarian cancer and they have some exciting updates to share. Please share the below information with Read More

Psychedelics in Psychiatry

Join Genomind and guest speaker, Dr. Cody Wenthur, as we discuss psychedelic use in psychiatry. Cody Wenthur, PharmD, PhD is Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Director, Psychoactive Pharmaceutical Investigation MS Program, School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin-Madison. He completed training at Purdue, Vanderbilt, and Scripps, which included clinical work in inpatient psychiatric units, mechanistically novel Read More