When it comes to genetic inheritance from parent to offspring, there isn’t a guaranteed outcome. But there are ways to assess the possible outcomes

HEE’s newly published report outlines key recommendations for the NHS’s digital future and has genomics as a key focus

Genome editing has not been without controversies, but some studies suggest it may hold the cure for patients living with HIV

Sex as a biological variable has not always been factored in to medical research and practice. Will that change in the era of precision medicine?

Three additional films and supporting information illustrate the ways in which genomics is changing clinical practice across the NHS

The latest publication of the network includes the work of Dimitra Repana, funded by the programme to undertake research at The Crick Institute
  

Aggressive and complex, AML often proves a challenge for clinicians, but genomic analysis is helping in the search for targeted treatments

The Festival of Genomics, the largest genomics event in the UK, returns to London to showcase the latest developments and innovations in genomics

Despite its proven value, scientists and researchers are yet to harness the full medical potential of the soil. Is genomics the key?

We have developed a short guide for clinicians returning participant results from the 100,000 Genomes Project - and we'd like your feedback

Why is the procedure so controversial, what are the risks, and could it ever happen in the UK? We take a look at the key issues

In the latest article in our series, Eileen Gallagher introduces the increasingly important role that bioinformatics plays in today’s healthcare system

A ‘faulty’ gene can result in different outcomes for different people – penetrance and expressivity influence the impact of our genetic code

… and how can clinicians take advantage of advances in genomics to better predict how their patient will respond to medication?

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