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?

Genomic data is the currency of a new era of medicine that promises incredible advances. Here, bioinformatician Nana Mensah explains why

We’ve turned our public health event into a video-based course, so you can learn from experts in genomic medicine and gain a completion certificate

The DNA in your body doesn’t just come from you, thanks to the many millions of bacteria, virus and other cells that reside in you and on you

As the pioneering project recruits its last participants, we look forward to the NHS’s plans for a Genomic Medicine Service for all

Gene-silencing technique works without altering the person’s DNA, and prevents harmful proteins from being made in their cells  

The official response to a House of Commons report outlines ongoing focus on genomic technologies and education

Our new timeline infographic illustrates how genetics, and later genomics, has evolved over the lifetime of the NHS

The Royal College’s series raises awareness of the increased use of genomic information in healthcare and the issues facing primary care professionals

It’s Diabetes Week, so a great time to learn how advances in genomics are improving the lives of patients with rare forms of diabetes

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