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

The Genomics Education Programme and partners are funding a number of secondments and fellowships across the wider genomics community

New project launched at Cancer Research Cambridge Institute helps to bring medicine based on DNA sequencing to the clinic

Exploring the complex issue of interpretation - can updated standards and guidelines help achieve increased clarity and consistency? 

Join us in December to learn the skills and knowledge required to recruit and consent patients to the 100,000 Genomes Project

Scientists reveal a permanent ‘footprint’ left on genome from the number of cigarettes smoked in a lifetime

A number of funded places are available for individual CPPD modules starting later this November

Gene-based treatments for eye diseases advance in the battle against blindness and related life-threatening conditions

Blood test at birth could reveal genetic high cholesterol levels, potentially preventing heart problems developing in the future

The application process is to restart for all funded Master’s, CPPD, PG Diploma and PG Certificate places for courses starting in early 2017

From the 17th century to the latest Nobel Prize winner - could we now be closer than ever in our understanding of the building blocks of all life?

Genomic research calls for broader genetic representation to ensure future healthcare could be truly personalised

Natalie Bolton, one of our funded Master’s students, explains how studying genomics has prepared her for the future of healthcare

Moving away from trial and error treatments to patient care tailored to your unique genetic makeup

 

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