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Peter Hopper

Participant Panel member

Peter comes from an engineering background and currently works as a systems analyst. As parents of a young boy who was born with a rare neurological disorder, Peter’s family enrolled into the 100,000 Genomes Project in 2016. His family represents a key group who will significantly benefit from the adoption of Whole Genome Sequencing. Currently, his son attends a range of therapies including Hippotherapy (physio on a horse) – a highlight of their week, as well as monthly group therapy sessions at their local hospice.

Peter is passionate about the Project and using his personal experiences to do what he can to help others who may find themselves in a similar situation, now and in the future.

Conflict of Interests Declaration

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