Latest updates on our activity and achievements

New conditions factsheets

These handy factsheets are perfect for clinicians as an introduction to or a refresher on a range of genetic conditions

New introductory Genomics 101 courses launched

Learn about the fundamentals of genomics and its impact on healthcare in our collection of introductory courses

New genomics and counselling skills course

Funded learning opportunities are available for nurses on this new introductory online course

New 'Genomics in Medical Specialties' resources launched

Information for neurology, clinical genetics and gastroenterology has been added to our collection of resources for specialists

Master’s in Genomic Medicine: 2020/21 funding opens

The funding application process is now live for Master’s-level CPPD modules and qualifications in genomics at partner universities

Join our third #GenomicsConversation!

Join us as we bust myths, challenge misconceptions and explain the facts about the impact of genomics in nursing

Learn about the fundamentals of genomics

Two new short online courses, exploring the role of proteins and how genetic conditions are inherited, have been added to our collection

Genomics Specialist Careers: meet the genomic scientists

What is a genomic scientist? How do the scientists working in genomics contribute to finding answers for patients? Find out in our new resource.
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2020: the year for whole genome sequencing in the NHS

Learn more about this new, revolutionary test with our free, flexible, online course, which explores how it works and how it can benefit patients.
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New RCGP genomics toolkit launched

GPs can now access tailored training resources, links to relevant guidance, and resources for patients in this handy collection

New competency framework for genomic testing

The GEP has developed a cross-professional framework to support…

Genomes, whole genome sequencing and the genomics team

Three new introductory films explore why we want to know about genomes, how whole genome sequencing is used in key areas, and who makes up the genomics team

New journal article and films highlight progress in genomics

The power and pitfalls of applying genomics in clinical genetics today are explored in a newly published piece in Clinical Medicine journal

New guidance for clinicians on the ethics of genomic testing

Fully revised guide offers clinicians practical advice around consent and confidentiality when supporting patients through genomic testing

New factsheet series for educators

These handy one-page factsheets can be used as part of a range of educational activity

Welcome to the new Genomics Education Programme website!

The redesigned, rebuilt website is packed full of new and improved features to support health professionals to learn about genomics

Head to the bar for your Pint of Science

This year’s science festival covers all kinds of genomics-related topics, from jumping genes to microscopic worms. Find out what’s happening near you

New guide for clinicians feeding back genomic results

Clinicians returning rare disease results to 100,000 Genomes Project participants can use this handy 2-page guide, with further resources to follow

It's time to learn more about whole genome sequencing

Our free, flexible and newly updated course explores how it works and how it will be used to benefit patients in the new Genomic Medicine Service

Competency framework for consent: reviewers sought

We are inviting feedback on a new competency framework that outlines the key elements required for clinicians to seek consent for a genomic test

Genomics Game quiz: results revealed!

Did you join our genomics quiz on Twitter? It's time to find out all the correct answers and the lucky winner of our Genomics Game