Reveal all classes of structural variants using Bionano’s optical genome mapping Stratys™ System. Explore the Stratysphere!

Moving Forward Together

Let’s get ready to reconnect in Salt Lake City! We’re on a mission to change the way the world sees the genome with genome mapping systems, analysis software, and clinical testing services. Come explore the genomic variation continuum, from SNVs to whole chromosomes, through our solutions. Together, we can reveal more variation that matters across applications in human health.


ACMG Education Session, Sponsored Session and Poster Sessions


At Booth 807
At the Career Fair


Bionano Social in Salt Lake City


This year’s ACMG conference offers multiple opportunities to hear how optical genome mapping (OGM) from Bionano is uncovering relevant genomic variation that other methods can’t. Come and learn how we’re impacting genetic disease and cancer research.


Innovations in Genomic Diagnostics

  • Thursday, March 16, 2023

  • 4:15 PM – 5:45 PM

  • Ballroom IGE

As part of this conference session, global expert Dr. Ravindra Kolhe will provide an overview of OGM for structural variation detection in constitutional and somatic disorders.

Ravindra Kolhe, MD, PhD, FCAP

Augusta University


Optical Genome Mapping: A New Standard of Performance in Prenatal and Postnatal Genetic Analysis

  • Thursday, March 16, 2023

  • 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

  • Exhibit Theater 1

During this event, Dr. Brynn Levy from Columbia University will present groundbreaking results from two comprehensive, multi-site studies on the largest prenatal and post-natal cohorts evaluated with OGM to date. Results presented will demonstrate how OGM compares to multiple traditional methods (karyotyping, FISH, CMA) and share how OGM provides incremental findings and identifies pathogenic or candidate pathogenic variants in previously unsolved cases.

Dr. Roger Stevenson and Dr. Nikhil Sahajpal will present on the utility of OGM to unravel genomic aberrations contributing towards undiagnosed neural tube defects and for the detection of pathogenic repeat expansions implicated in fragile X syndrome. They will jointly present research data demonstrating how OGM outperformed PCR, NGS, and Southern blot methods, while also driving a more efficient laboratory workflow.

Brynn Levy, MSc, PhD

Columbia University

Roger Stevenson, MD

Greenwood Genetic Center

Nikhil Sahajpal, PhD

Greenwood Genetic Center

Don’t miss the latest research at the Poster Sessions!



If you’re curious about OGM and wondering how it connects to your work, stop by and talk to one of our dedicated team members. We can’t wait to share our enthusiasm for technology that is moving clinical research forward in remarkable ways.

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Booth 807

Look for our team in the Exhibit Hall, ready to share the latest research and new product information with you. Stop by to see a Saphyr instrument, get a software demo, and learn more about our products and services. We’ll have T-shirts, lab timers, and maybe even a free lunch!

Meet with us during ACMG

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ACMG Career Fair

  • March 16-17, 2023

  • 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

  • Booth #1313

Explore opportunities to join our team!


If we want to change the way the world sees the genome, we must move forward together. Enjoy some time with colleagues outside the conference center, exchange resources and ideas, and have some fun!


  • Thursday, March 16, 2023

  • 6:00 – 9:00 PM

  • Fat Jack's Burger Emporium

Eat some burgers and do some good! The Bionano social offers a great networking opportunity and a chance to learn more about our STEMinist initiative supporting Ignite Worldwide. Grab a tee shirt, post on social media, and we’ll donate to support STEM education for girls. Register today! Space is limited.


Poster Sessions

See all the latest research on OGM and our software solutions at the poster session. All posters will be presented in the Exhibit Hall BCD.

  • Odd numbers: Thursday, March 16 | 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

  • Even numbers: Friday , March 17 | 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

P480 Validation of optical genome mapping as a laboratory-developed test for facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy type 1 Sean Guy

P513 Bionano VIA software enables comprehensive analysis and interpretation of all classes of genomic variants in rare disease constitutional testing application Mike Gallagher

P429 Expanding the Chopra-Amiel-Gordon Syndrome clinical and molecular spectrum: Two novel deletions involving ANKRD17 Adrianne Baxterr

P450 The elephant in the shROOM: Evidence for SHROOM4 in neurodevelopmental disease remains limited and conflicting Jullianne Diaz

P550 SNP-FASST3, an adaptive algorithmic approach for accurate mosaic detection of CNV and LOH spanning technologies Sam Dougaparsad

P562 Sequence and copy number variant detection in autosomal recessive conditions utilizing tiered-testing approach Abby Stevens

P510 Validation of NxClinical for parent of origin detection of de novo events identified on SNP microarray in a postnatal population Megan Martin