Delegates can hear about the work the programme is doing to support hospital doctors around genomics and personalised medicine

National series of events offers unique opportunity to learn more about the work of healthcare scientists across the NHS

When it comes to therapeutic treatments, one size doesn’t fit all. Could genomic tests be the key to minimising the harmful side effects of drugs?

Cancer multidisciplinary teams invited to hear updates on transformation of cancer services in the era of genomics and personalised medicine

A newly published report takes a different approach towards the controversial editing of human genomes

Learn how genomics is improving diagnosis of rare diseases, and the role nurses can play in the patient journey in our @WeNurses chat on 28th February

Professor Sue Hill will launch a new knowledge sharing professional community on 1st March

Forget designer babies and novelty pets. The potential for genome editing to improve the health of the general population is already emerging

The faculty will bring together genomic specialists and Master’s in Genomic Medicine alumni to create a professional community

Six new reference guides including for metabolic, respiratory and haematological disorders are now available 

How do we bring exciting research, exceptional medicine and public opinion to routine clinical practice?


Rapid advances in technology are revolutionising healthcare. How viable is portable DNA testing?

HEE’s Genomics Education Programme (GEP) hosted a ground-breaking event to create a Nursing and Midwifery Transformation Strategy

Heading to London ExCel on 31st January, the second Festival of Genomics will focus on genomics in the clinic and genetic counselling

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