Whole Genome Sequencing: Decoding the Language of Life and Health will explore behind the scenes of emerging healthcare technology

Genomics is changing medicine, providing insight into diagnosis of cancer and rare disease - but what could other 'omics' sciences reveal?

The GEP team spent two days at the Primary Care and Public Health Exhibition, increasing awareness of genomics and the work of the programme

Could synthetic biology provide the next chapter in our ‘understanding of the blueprint of life’?

Elizabeth Quinlan-Jones, one of our funded students on the MSc. Genomic Medicine, tells of her experience studying the course part-time

Latest discovery in breast cancer marks a further step towards clearer genetic understanding of the disease

Learn more about the benefits of genomics in healthcare on 18th - 19th May at the NEC Birmingham

Full funding confirmed for the 2016/17 academic year for those wanting to study the master's in genomic medicine

Following a recent study revealing some people possess 'superhero DNA', a new project aims to unlock the secrets of their powers

New research sheds light on a group of genes that could play a key role in two major diseases: stroke and dementia


The new NHS Genomic Medicine Centre recruits first participant for world leading genomics project

Yorkshire & Humber GMC recruit first cancer patient

Report highlights the world-leading impact of UK Genomics and the importance of genomic education

Gene therapy for children now approved in Europe - what can this fusion of genomics and stem cell medicine mean for the future?


Find out about the future of genomic medicine and what your genes can say about your health

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