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Bassem A Bejjani

from Sammamish, WA
Age ~59

Bassem Bejjani Phones & Addresses

  • 2211 E Beaver Lake Dr SE, Sammamish, WA 98075 (425) 677-8864
  • Kiona, WA
  • 721 E Wandermere Estates Ln, Spokane, WA 99208 (509) 315-8234
  • 21415 Panorama Rd, Colbert, WA 99005 (509) 465-4635
  • 5810 Creek Bend Trl, Houston, TX 77096 (713) 721-4126
  • Issaquah, WA
  • Cambridge, MA
  • Bellaire, TX
  • Chapel Hill, NC

Education

School / High School: American University of Beirut / Faculty of Medicine

Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

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Dr. Bassem Bejjani - MD (Doctor of Medicine)

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Hospitals:
44 W 6Th Ave Suite 202, Spokane, WA 99204

21415 N Panorama Rd, Colbert, WA 99005
Education:
Medical Schools
American University of Beirut / Faculty of Medicine
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Bassem Abdu Bejjani, Spokane WA

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Specialties:
Medical Genetics
Clinical Genetics
M.D.
Clinical Cytogenetic
Clinical Molecular Genetics
Pediatrics
Work:
Sacred Heart Medical Center
101 W 8Th Ave, Spokane, WA 99204
Education:
American University Of Beirut (1987)

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Bassem Abdu Bejjani
Bassem Bejjani MD
Genetic Medicine · Pediatrician
101 W 8 Ave, Spokane, WA 99204

Publications

Us Patents

Methods And Apparatuses For Achieving Precision Genetic Diagnoses

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US Patent:
7816123, Oct 19, 2010
Filed:
Feb 11, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/057088
Inventors:
Lisa G. Shaffer - Colbert WA,
Bassem A. Bejjani - Colbert WA,
Assignee:
Signature Genomics-Perkin Elmer - Spokane WA
International Classification:
C12Q 1/68
C12Q 1/70
C12M 1/34
G01N 33/48
US Classification:
4352872, 435 5, 435 6, 702 19, 702 20
Abstract:
Methods and apparatuses for selecting and arranging clinically relevant chromosomal loci allow an exemplary diagnostic array to simultaneously test for numerous genetic alterations that occur in many different parts of the human genome. Clinically irrelevant or ineffective loci are eliminated. One implementation increases reliability and accuracy by dividing the base-pair sequence of each chromosomal locus into segments and then assigning nucleic acid clones for comparative genomic hybridization to each different segment. The segments may overlap for increased resolution and control. Clones representing segments that are adjacent on a native chromosome are placed in non-adjacent target areas of the array to avoid interfering hybridization reactions. Arrangement motifs within an array may be redundantly repeated for high availability and increased reliability and accuracy of results. Techniques, hardware, software, logic engines, loci collections, and diagnostic arrays are described.

Methods And Apparatuses For Achieving Precision Genetic Diagnoses

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US Patent:
7910353, Mar 22, 2011
Filed:
Feb 11, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/057088
Inventors:
Lisa G. Shaffer - Colbert WA,
Bassem A. Bejjani - Colbert WA,
Assignee:
Signature Genomic Laboratories - Spokane WA
International Classification:
C12Q 1/68
C12Q 1/70
C12M 1/34
G01N 33/48
US Classification:
4352872, 435 5, 435 6, 702 19, 702 20
Abstract:
Methods and apparatuses for selecting and arranging clinically relevant chromosomal loci allow an exemplary diagnostic array to simultaneously test for numerous genetic alterations that occur in many different parts of the human genome. Clinically irrelevant or ineffective loci are eliminated. One implementation increases reliability and accuracy by dividing the base-pair sequence of each chromosomal locus into segments and then assigning nucleic acid clones for comparative genomic hybridization to each different segment. The segments may overlap for increased resolution and control. Clones representing segments that are adjacent on a native chromosome are placed in non-adjacent target areas of the array to avoid interfering hybridization reactions. Arrangement motifs within an array may be redundantly repeated for high availability and increased reliability and accuracy of results. Techniques, hardware, software, logic engines, loci collections, and diagnostic arrays are described.

Methods Of Designing, Synthesizing, And Propagating Reference Nucleic Acids

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US Patent:
20050202441, Sep 15, 2005
Filed:
Dec 9, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/731419
Inventors:
Bassem Bejjani - Colbert WA,
Todd Christensen - Deer Park WA,
International Classification:
C12Q001/68
C07H021/04
C12P019/34
US Classification:
435006000, 435091200, 536024300
Abstract:
Subject matter includes design, synthesis, and propagation of synthetic and semi-synthetic reference nucleic acids and mixtures of reference nucleic acids for use in genetic tests, such as molecular screening, mutation testing, carrier testing, and diagnostic assays. In one implementation, methods are described for design, synthesis, and propagation of reference nucleic acid mixtures and a system is presented for using the mixtures.

Methods And Apparatuses For Comparative Genomic Microarray Analysis

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US Patent:
20070238121, Oct 11, 2007
Filed:
Mar 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/731424
Inventors:
Blake C. Ballif - Greenacres WA,
Lisa G. Shaffer - Colbert WA,
Bassem A. Bejjani - Colbert WA,
International Classification:
C12Q 1/68
C12M 3/00
US Classification:
435 6, 4352872
Abstract:
Control nucleic acids and their method of use to simultaneously test for numerous genetic alterations that involve an unbalanced arrangement of chromosomes. One implementation increases reliability and accuracy by adding additional nucleic acid to test and/or reference samples. Clones representing segments insensitive to chromosomal rearrangements are placed in non-adjacent target areas of a microarray to avoid interfering hybridization reactions.

Methods And Systems For The Detection Of Microdeletion And Microduplication Syndromes

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US Patent:
20090075835, Mar 19, 2009
Filed:
Sep 16, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/211578
Inventors:
Bassem A. Bejjani - Spokane WA,
Blake Charles Ballif - Greenacres WA,
Lisa G. Shaffer - Spokane WA,
Assignee:
SIGNATURE GENOMICS LABORATORIES, LLC - Spokane WA
International Classification:
C40B 30/04
C40B 40/08
C12Q 1/68
US Classification:
506 9, 506 17, 435 6
Abstract:
Methods for diagnosing the presence or absence of a genetic disorder in a patient are provided, wherein the genetic disorder is associated with a chromosomal abnormality at 1q41q42 and/or 16p11.2p12.2, and wherein the genetic disorder is not Fryns syndrome or congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH). Materials, such as microarrays for use in microarray CGH, and kits for use in such methods are also provided.

Web-Based Genetics Analysis

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US Patent:
20100115421, May 6, 2010
Filed:
Nov 5, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/265396
Inventors:
Bassem A. Bejjani - Spokane WA,
Lisa G. Shaffer - Colbert WA,
Blake Ballif - Greenacres WA,
Brice Tebbs - Spokane WA,
Kyle Sundin - Spokane WA,
Assignee:
Signature Genomic Labs - Spokane WA
International Classification:
G06F 3/00
G06F 15/16
G06F 17/30
G06F 19/00
US Classification:
715751, 702 19, 707E17044
Abstract:
Techniques for allowing doctors and clinicians to upload genetic data associated with patients for comparison with previously-uploaded genetic data associated with other patients are described herein. These techniques may also allow doctors and clinicians to create notations associated with uploaded patient data. Both the previously-uploaded data as well as the created notations may be used by doctors and clinicians in attempting to diagnosis patients. That is, these techniques allow previously-acquired knowledge to be widely shared for the future benefit in attempting to detect genetic syndromes.

Method For Diagnosing A Genetic Alteration Associated With A Chromosomal Locus

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US Patent:
20100248983, Sep 30, 2010
Filed:
Jun 10, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/797622
Inventors:
Lisa G. Shaffer - Colbert WA,
Bassem A. Bejjani - Colbert WA,
Assignee:
SIGNATURE GENOMICS LABORATORY - Spokane WA
International Classification:
C40B 30/04
US Classification:
506 9
Abstract:
Methods and apparatuses for selecting and arranging clinically relevant chromosomal loci allow an exemplary diagnostic array to simultaneously test for numerous genetic alterations that occur in many different parts of the human genome. Clinically irrelevant or ineffective loci are eliminated. One implementation increases reliability and accuracy by dividing the base-pair sequence of each chromosomal locus into segments and then assigning nucleic acid clones for comparative genomic hybridization to each different segment. The segments may overlap for increased resolution and control. Clones representing segments that are adjacent on a native chromosome are placed in non-adjacent target areas of the array to avoid interfering hybridization reactions. Arrangement motifs within an array may be redundantly repeated for high availability and increased reliability and accuracy of results. Techniques, hardware, software, logic engines, loci collections, and diagnostic arrays are described.

Method For Precise Genetic Testing By Genomic Hybridization

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US Patent:
20100248984, Sep 30, 2010
Filed:
Jun 10, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/797623
Inventors:
Lisa G. Shaffer - Colbert WA,
Bassem A. Bejjani - Colbert WA,
Assignee:
SIGNATURE GENOMICS LABORATORY - Spokane WA
International Classification:
C40B 30/04
US Classification:
506 9
Abstract:
Methods and apparatuses for selecting and arranging clinically relevant chromosomal loci allow an exemplary diagnostic array to simultaneously test for numerous genetic alterations that occur in many different parts of the human genome. Clinically irrelevant or ineffective loci are eliminated. One implementation increases reliability and accuracy by dividing the base-pair sequence of each chromosomal locus into segments and then assigning nucleic acid clones for comparative genomic hybridization to each different segment. The segments may overlap for increased resolution and control. Clones representing segments that are adjacent on a native chromosome are placed in non-adjacent target areas of the array to avoid interfering hybridization reactions. Arrangement motifs within an array may be redundantly repeated for high availability and increased reliability and accuracy of results. Techniques, hardware, software, logic engines, loci collections, and diagnostic arrays are described.
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