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?

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

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?

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

In order to make assertions about genomic variation and health, scientists rely on the ‘reference genome’ – but how definitive is it?

The application process is now open for the Post Graduate Certificate and Post Graduate Diploma at Cambridge

Additional new reference guides now available to identify patients / participants eligible to take part in the 100,000 Genomes Project

Making sense of the language of DNA to help transform 21st century healthcare and beyond

A number of funded places are available for individual CPPD modules starting early next year

Opportunities to apply for sponsorship for part-time study in genomics at Newcastle and Exeter Universities 

Recent research reveals potential dawn of personalised medicine for neurological disorders might be more than just 'gut feeling'

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