Despite its proven value, scientists and researchers are yet to harness the full medical potential of the soil. Is genomics the key?

We have developed a short guide for clinicians returning participant results from the 100,000 Genomes Project - and we'd like your feedback

Author Lisa Mullan introduces complex genetics terminology in a fun and entertaining way for older children and adults alike

Why is the procedure so controversial, what are the risks, and could it ever happen in the UK? We take a look at the key issues

In the latest article in our series, Eileen Gallagher introduces the increasingly important role that bioinformatics plays in today’s healthcare system

A ‘faulty’ gene can result in different outcomes for different people – penetrance and expressivity influence the impact of our genetic code

What is a clinical bioinformatician? Are clinical geneticists doctors? What does a genetic counsellor do? Find out about these essential roles in our new films

… and how can clinicians take advantage of advances in genomics to better predict how their patient will respond to medication?

As genomic testing becomes more prevalent, the ability to deliver results sensitively is paramount; so what matters to your patients and their families?

It was once believed that 99% of our genome was made up of ‘junk’ DNA with no purpose. Recent discoveries suggest this is far from the truth

Learn a systematic method of estimating a tumour sample’s cellularity and neoplastic content, and test yourself in a digital pathology environment

Being able to predict an individual’s risk of common conditions is regarded by many as the holy grail. So, where are we now?

Develop your skills in genetic counselling at this funded one-day primer hosted by the University of Cambridge

TB cases are falling worldwide, but with hard-to-treat strains more prevalent than ever, how can genomics help? And what’s new on the treatment horizon?

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