For patients receiving genetic counselling there is often a mixture of emotions and anxieties involved. The very purpose of this service is to help people make sense of who they are, what inherited risks they might face, or even come to terms with a difficult diagnosis.
A major new report based on a public dialogue around genomic medicine was launched last week. A Public Dialogue on … More
“As scientific knowledge advances and societal views evolve, the clinical use of germline editing should be revisited on a regular … More
A new deal on data: are you with us? For most of us it is hard to unpick the various … More
On 30th September 2016 we were part of a very exciting event to determine, from a patient perspective, what the … More
The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH) and the Wellcome Genome Campus have launched a new project to explore … More
Here is a little film that gives an overview of what we did in the Socialising the Genome project. Julian … More
This past Friday on the Genome Campus, Dr Anna Middleton of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute gave an interesting seminar … More