WEBINAR: Understanding and Clarifying the Complexities of HRD Measurement in Cancer

Homologous recombination DNA repair deficiency (HRD) creates a permanent genomic scar in cancer cells for many tumor types. Furthermore, HRD is a response biomarker for poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase inhibitors (PARPi) effective therapy. Consequently, HRD measurement has the potential to improve cancer therapy as evidenced by over 100 clinical trials that include HRD today. However, measuring and standardizing HRD quantitation is not straightforward. HRD measurements may include germline and somatic mutation testing, a measure of hypermethylation, and metrics of genomic instability including loss of heterozygosity, telomeric-allelic imbalance, and large-scale genomic rearrangements.

Understanding and Clarifying the Complexities of HRD Measurements in Cancer







This webinar brings together academic, clinical, IVD, and pharmaceutical experts in the clinical genomics and therapeutics fields to discuss the promises and challenges of HRD measurement for disease management. 

Speaker Panel:

  • Ravindra Kolhe, MD, PhD, FCAP Vice-Chairman of Pathology, Associate Dean for Translational Research Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University
  • David Fabrizio, PhD Vice President, Translational Strategy, Foundation Medicine
  • John Jiang, PhD Senior Director of Medical Affairs, Illumina
  • Yves Konigshofer, PhD Director, Technology Development, LGC Clinical Diagnostics