enGenome invited to talk on AI to advance variant interpretation at HUGO 2024
Company will showcase eVai and VarChat at HUGO in Rome, Italy
28 March 2024

enGenome is thrilled to announce its participation at the upcoming Human Genome (HUGO) Conference, scheduled to take place from April 8th to 10th in Rome, Italy.

Susanna Zucca, enGenome's Chief Scientific Officer, will be talking on "Advancing genomic variant interpretation with artificial intelligence" during the Computational Biology & AI Session on Tuesday, April 9th at 3:25 pm. This insightful session will provide valuable insights into the latest developments in AI-driven genomics.

In addition to the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to engage with enGenome’s team and explore its solutions by stopping by booth #23.

eVai, the AI-powered variant interpreter, leverages advanced algorithms to provide fast and precise variant classification, allowing clinicians and researchers to make informed decisions with confidence. VarChat, the industry's first GenAI genomic variant assistant, innovates literature search on genomic variants by using the power of generative AI to make the process faster and increase productivity.

Join Susanna’s talk on April 9th and stop by booth #23 to learn more about the innovative solutions and to engage with a team of experts.

For more information on the HUGO Conference, access the official website.