Libby’s Legacy – a personal experience of the 100,000 Genomes Project

  A mother whose daughter died from cancer after treatment at the Royal United Hospital (RUH) in Bath has spoken about the value of joining the 100,000 Genomes Project for research and for helping her to come to terms with her grief. Diane Woodland’s daughter Libby volunteered for the project after she was admitted to […]

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Genomic Medicine Service – Cancer Education Event – January 29th, 2020, Taunton Racecourse

The South West Genomic Laboratory Hub will be launching new genomic services for cancer patients in 2020. We invite you to join us to hear about how these services will impact on the care of your patients, join us in discussions to shape future genomic strategies, and to provide feedback about sample and reporting pathways. Sessions […]

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Genomics England Research Conference – 4th November 2019

Genomics England are holding a Research Conference on Monday 4th November in Central Hall, Westminster London. The conference is providing sessions on how data from the 100,000 Genomes Project has been utilised by clinical, academic and industry research teams and is covering topics such as diagnostic discovery and new technologies. For further information please see the Genomics […]

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West of England GMC – Annual Conference – 29th October 2018

The West of England Genomic Medicine Centre’s Annual Event is taking place on the 29th October in the Education Centre, Upper Maudlin Street, University Hospitals Bristol from 2pm. You can now book your place via following link:  Sign up for WE GMC Annual Event – 29th October2018 The event will comprise of a series of short presentations […]

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