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|Myths and Realities of Personalised Medicine: the Genetic Revolution|
This course will distill the hype around personalised medicine, and allow you to form your own opinion on the advantages and disadvantages of the genetic revolution. Learning from a wide variety of expert clinicians and researchers currently working in the field, you will be equipped with the language and skills to debate the impact of personalised medicine on your own situation.
|Whole Genome Sequencing: Decoding the Language of Life and Health|
You don’t need an in-depth knowledge of genetics, as this course will provide a recap on the basics. It is designed for anyone who wants to learn about whole genome sequencing, how it operates and the impact it is likely to have on healthcare. The course is aimed at healthcare professionals who have limited or no understanding of the sequencing process and the uses of whole genome sequencing.
|The Genomics Era: the Future of Genetics in Medicine|
This course is aimed at current healthcare professionals, who are interested in learning more about the fundamentals of genetics and how genomic technologies are transforming medical practice. It is not essential to have previous genetic knowledge or experience, although medical terminology is used and the course is designed to be applicable to clinical practice.
|Genomic Medicine: Transforming Patient Care in Diabetes|
This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn about how the genomic era is changing medical science, including healthcare professionals, science undergraduates and non-specialists who just want to learn more about genomic medicine.
|Cancer in the 21st Century: the Genomic Revolution|
A background in biology may be helpful, but isn’t absolutely necessary as the course will build your knowledge week-on-week. Students who are interested in applying for the Cancer Sciences or Medical Genetics MSc programmes at the University of Glasgow are also encouraged to enrol on this course.