The faculty will bring together genomic specialists from within the NHS, academic institutions and other healthcare systems worldwide to create a professional community.
The Faculty will serve as the epicentre of knowledge and expertise about how advances in thinking in genomic medicine can be translated into improvements in the routine diagnosis, care and management of patients. It will do this through bringing together genomics expertise from within the NHS, as well as academic institutions and other healthcare systems worldwide.
The faculty was officially launched on 1st March with a webinar led by Professor Sue Hill, NHS England Chief Scientific Officer, Senior Responsible Officer for the 100,000 Genomes Project.
What is the Faculty?
The faculty is a way to bring together those working within the healthcare sector who have particular focus on personalised medicine and genomics, with the aim of sharing knowledge and best practice. The expectation is that faculty members will act as advocates for genomics within the health service.
- Advance your career and research opportunities.
- Access webinars & lectures by experts.
- Networking - make connections and enhance relationships.
- Share and gain knowledge across clinical and scientific specialties.
Eligible to Join?
The Faculty is a professional body designed to bring together experts and other stakeholders in genomic medicine. Expressions of interest to join are welcomed from alumni of the MSc in Genomic Medicine, GMC Education and Training Leads, GeCIP Education and Training Leads, academics, international networks and industry internships. Please complete the form opposite in order to register.