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This week, we explore new findings that link variants in the non-coding region of the genome to developmental disorders
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In our first #GenomicsConversation Q&A, we speak with inherited cardiac conditions nurse Tootie Bueser about how genomics is shaping nursing practice
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In the first of two articles reflecting on this year, we look at how genomics became central to tackling an unprecedented global pandemic
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UCL Genetics Institute honorary professor and psychiatrist David Curtis explains the challenge of understanding mental illnesses like schizophrenia, and how recent advances in genomics could have a real impact on clinical practice
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We take a look at the latest developments in our understanding of the role of the human genome when it comes to disease severity
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What are RNA therapies and how are they used? We compare the two licensed types – antisense and RNA interference – to find out more
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The government has set out its vision for how the UK will harness the power and potential of genomics for the benefit of patients. Here are the top highlights
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The GEP will launch a new webinar series to support nurses, midwives and health visitors to learn more about genomics and how it can help in practice.
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The funding application process is now live for Master’s-level CPPD modules and qualifications in genomics at partner universities
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Curious about genomics but not sure where to start? Try our collection of free, short introductory online courses
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During this chat we would like to explore some of the common themes, myths and misconceptions perpetuated by popular culture around genetics and genomics
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The 2021 RCM annual conference is a UK-wide annual event for all midwives and professionals with an interest in maternity services.