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

This year’s annual science festival brings leading scientists to your local pub to share the latest ideas and advances. Here, we've collated all the genomics events

It’s not just human genomes that interest us in healthcare – the genomes of infective organisms can help us identify, track and prevent infection

Funding application process relaunched for full and part-time study in genomics at partner universities from this autumn

Are you a clinical or biomedical scientist, or a health professional interested in science? Discover great courses and resources with our handy guide

Carry forward your week of action pledge to learn more about genomics and its practical applications in healthcare by joining our flexible online course

This week the GEP will launch new videos, educational resources and podcasts to encourage nurses and midwives to converse about genomics

In the run-up to Rare Disease Day, we outline what constitutes ‘rare’ and how genomics is used in diagnosis and management

In the first article from a new series, STP trainee Alice Coulson looks at the invaluable role of genetic counselling in today’s health service

The new films and supporting information illustrate the ways in which genomics is changing clinical practice across the health service

Four years on from the government’s rare disease strategy, its implementation plan has been published. Here’s our summary of the key areas of focus

Blood test could ‘change the way we screen for cancer’, though more research is needed to ensure its efficacy in a real-world screening context 

Today's monoclonal antibody treatments benefit some patients but can be harmful to others; the search for reliable predictive biomarkers is on

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