Nine successful applicants ready to begin their academic research projects under the HEE GEP research and innovation fellowship scheme

New host platforms set to enhance learning, support existing teaching methods and provide a valuable learning hub for a wide audience

First major award nomination for ground breaking education programme

A new and funded opportunity for nurses and midwives to train in genetic counselling

In the past decade, the use of genomic technologies has both advanced diagnosis and become far more accessible to clinicians within the NHS

Register for this free one-day study event focusing on the impact of genomics in diagnostic and academic pathology

Our new animation illustrates how the GEP is supporting health professionals to embrace the full potential of genomics in healthcare

In her annual report, Dame Sally Davies reveals her enthusiasm for genomics and how it can transform diagnosis and treatment for NHS patients 

Explore the world of clinical bioinformatics and its important role in the patient journey

Explore the world of clinical bioinformatics and its important role in the patient journey

An afternoon workshop aimed at those involved in referring and consenting women with high risk pregnancies

 

Join St George's, University of London this summer for a blended education programme aimed at clinical geneticists interpreting genomic results

Genetic Variant Interpretation Workshop

Join our Twitter chat on 4th July to hear how nurses and midwives tackle communicating complicated information to their patients

Save the date for the second in our webinar series, focusing on the impact genomics is having on diagnosis and treatment

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