As France sets out genomic ambitions, we compare the 100,000 Genomes Project and explore potential for future commercial collaboration

A look at the journey from arsenic and ancient alchemy to modern-day pharmacogenomics

How genomics is proving to be a vital resource in the ongoing fight against this globally infectious disease

Recent genetic analysis exposes differences in blood cancer, offering hope for patients and the future of personalised medicine 

Individual modules tailored to support healthcare professionals in order to keep updated in Genomic and Precision Medicine

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?

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

Exploring the gut microbiome and how research into this ‘useful snapshot of the microbiota’ could change our lives

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

Making sense of the fantastical and complex world of cells, their impact on health and potential discoveries from further research 

‘Sample Processing and DNA Extraction’ outlines the correct protocol for processing patient samples for the 100,000 Genomes Project  

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

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