Genomics Programme News


Genomics Programme News

Master’s programme tender process launch

Higher education institutions are invited to submit a tender to provide HEE’s Master’s programme in genomic medicine from September 2018. Find out more here.

Consent in the genomics era

The next PET event will take place in Manchester on 11th September titled: “What does consent mean for Generation Genome?” Free to attend, this discussion will focus on genomic medicine and consent to the use of genomic data.


Explore whole genome sequencing

Starting on Monday 11th September, our three-week online course in partnership with FutureLearn, explores whole genome sequencing and covers the fundamentals of genomics and whole genome sequencing and is ideal for non-experts.

Exeter expert series in genomics

The University of Exeter Medical School will launch the first course in its Expert Series in Genomics this autumn. The first of th e three modules will be available this October.


Gateway to Genetic Counselling

The Cambridge Genomic Medical programme has designed a training package to prepare nurses and midwives for the increased role of Genomics in healthcare.

Public health practitioner masterclass

On 28th November the GEP in partnership with the public health workforce team is hosting a workshop offering anyone working in the public health arena the opportunity to learn more about genomics and how it can impact on their work.


Introducing the Primary Care Accelerator

The EAHSN in partnership with the East of England GMC, are looking to accelerate the implementation of genomics within primary care through their innovation support programme.


School of Genomic Medicine

This September, Queen Mary University of London, are offering a 3-day ‘express’ course providing a compact overview of genomics and its application in patient diagnosis and treatment. For further details please contact Dr Nina Ravic


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