Next Generation Sequencing, based in Dr. Jordan’s Laboratory at The George Washington University, School of Public Health in the Science and Engineering Hall, provides NextGen Sequencing assays on the MiSeq and NextSeq NGS instruments for HIV, HCV, and human host cells for the DC CFAR investigator community.
Services and Instrumentation
Free Consultation Services
Targeted NGS of 4 regions within HIV-1 including PR, RT, IN and ENV. We also have the capability of analyzing the 46 drug resistant mutations (DRM) recognized by WHO.
Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) and targeted sequencing of HCV.
RNA-Seq of host cells
To request laboratory services, please complete the DC CFAR Core Service Request Form or contact the Basic Sciences Core Manager. Additional information about available services can be found in the available laboratory documents.
The NGS Laboratory is directed by Dr. Jeanne A. Jordan, who has more than 18 years directing clinical microbiology, virology and molecular diagnostic lab services, and over 25 years of experience developing molecular diagnostic assays for detecting infectious diseases. She is a Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the George Washington University. Dr. Kamwing Jair, Research Scientist/NGS Specialist, has over 3 years of NGS experience for RNASeq at NIH NIAAA. Drs. Jordan and Jair are available to consult with DC CFAR investigators on the design and development of relevant grant applications.
- Basic Sciences
- Virus Detection and Analysis Molecular Virology
- Next Generation Sequencing
- RCMI Proteomics
- Artificial Intelligence and Drug Discovery
- Research Pathology
- Flow Cytometry and Cellular Immunology
- Multiparametric Flow Cytometry
- Biacore Molecular Interaction Shared Resource
- Microscopy and Imaging
- Center for Functional and Molecular Imaging
- Basic Sciences Core Virtual Events Recording
- Clinical and Population Sciences
- Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Request Core Services
- Acknowledge Funding and Services
District of Columbia Center for AIDS Research
Supported by the following Co-Funding and Participating Institutes: NIAID, NCI, NICHD, NIDCR, NHLBI, NIDA, NIMH, NIA, NIDDK, NINR, NIMHD, FIC, and OAR. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH. (P30AI117970)