Join us at ASHG 2018 in San Diego

We'll be at the ASHG meeting in sunny San Diego. This year, Moon will be at the epicentre of the entire show floor: you can find us at booth 928, right across the ASHG Central. As promised, we'll be introducing structural variant interpretation alongside a slew of other updates and enhancements. Don't miss this opportunity to be among the first to learn how to diagnose even more patients with Moon.

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Meet the Moon team at NVHG

Diploid will be sponsoring the Dutch Society of Human Genetics (NVHG) meeting taking place early next week in Papendal, The Netherlands. Feel free to visit our booth for a chat about variant interpretation, a Moon demo, or just to sample a Belgian chocolate.

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Moon wins Best of Show award at Bio-IT World

We're really proud to announce that our Moon software has just received a 'Best of Show' award at Bio-IT World in Boston.

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Moon helps Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego to establish new world record

Dr. Stephen Kingsmore and his team at Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic medicine just proved it’s possible to diagnose a rare disease patient based on whole genome sequencing in just 19.5 hours. Our Moon software has been used to provide clinical interpretation of the WGS data in just 4 minutes. Read the full story

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Experience Moon at the Festival of Genomics


Diploid is delighted to be attending the Festival of Genomics in London, January 30 – 31. Come by our booth LP21 to witness how Moon diagnoses a rare disease patient in just two minutes.

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Moon being discussed by enlightenbio

Brigitte Ganter from enlightenbio has written an interesting blog post about Diploid in general, and about our Moon software in particular.

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Moon autonomously diagnoses rare diseases within minutes

We're excited to announce the launch of Moon, the world's first software to autonomously diagnose rare diseases. More patients are suffering from rare diseases than from AIDS and cancer combined. For many of these patients, it takes months or even years before they reach a correct diagnosis. Moon allows genetic centres to diagnose patients in minutes, instead of days or weeks. Read the press release, or visit the Moon homepage.

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