Genomics plc, a leading analysis company developing an integrated platform to uncover the relationships between genetic variation and human disease, today announced that it has been appointed as Analysis Partner for the Genomics England Genomics Expert Network for Enterprises (GENE) Consortium. Genomics plc will be analysing genomes at an unprecedented scale and, together with the company’s existing knowledge base, be providing insights into human biology that will help to inform pharmaceutical R&D investment decisions.
GenomOncology’s Knowledge Management System to analyse cancer samples in the 100,000 Genomes Project
Genomics England is partnering with GenomOncology LLC (GO) to utilise the GO Knowledge Management System (GO KMS) as a tool for clinical reporting enablement.
Genomics England will integrate the GO KMS as a key content driver to augment clinical reporting in the 100,000 Genomes Project’s cancer programme, coupling Genomics England curated database with the GO KMS’s data for a comprehensive clinical report comprised of the most relevant drugs, prognoses,
Genomics England has selected Inuvika as a technology partner to deliver the secure virtual desktop environment for the 100,000 Genomes Project.
Genomics England selected Inuvika’s Open Virtual Desktop Enterprise (OVD) to deliver secure access to the research environment for the 100,000 Genomes Project. Consisting of a Windows virtual desktop, datacentre hosted applications and associated de-identified datasets, OVD publishes the users’ environment so it can be securely accessed from a standard HTML5 enabled web browser from any location.
The Science Museum’s Our Lives in Data exhibition highlights the technology revolution that will impact our lives.
More information about our lives is being captured than ever before, and as the amount of data collected grows so does the debate around data ownership.
The Science Museum’s newest exhibition, Our Lives in Data, will uncover some of the diverse ways our data is being collected, analysed and used.
A person’s full DNA sequence – their genome – generates around 200GB of data.
In September 2015, the Secretary of State for Health asked Dame Fiona Caldicott, the National Data Guardian to work with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and carry out an intensive review into data sharing in health and social care. The review, published this week, recommends:
- New data security standards.
- A method for testing compliance against these standards.
- A new consent or opt-out model for data sharing in relation to patient confidential data.
Genomics England is today (26/05/16) pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Ewan Birney, Director of the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) and a Senior Scientist at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, to the Genomics England Board.
As a member of the Board, Professor Birney will play an important role in overseeing all of Genomics England’s activities, ratifying major decisions and setting the overall strategy for the organisation.
Genomics England was set up by the UK’s Department of Health to deliver the 100,000 Genomes Project,
Genomics England want to showcase the potential benefits whole genome sequencing can offer patients,
Genomics England and Illumina, Inc today announce a partnership to develop a platform and knowledge base that can be used to improve and automate genome interpretation. The tools will operate within the Genomics England secure database to enable researchers and clinicians to access information and reports more readily.
Genomics England is partnering with Illumina to develop and deliver systems for clinical interpretation, decision support and knowledge curation for the 100,000 Genomes Project.
Genomics England has today (09/02/16) announced that it has selected ICON plc, a global provider of drug development solutions and services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, as data management partner for the 100,000 Genomes Project.
ICON will use its genomics expertise and powerful data management capabilities to validate clinical data from the 70,000 participating patients and their families. This work will take place within the secure Genomics England data environment.
The Genomics England PanelApp, a crowdsourcing tool that allows knowledge of rare disease genes to be shared and evaluated, has a new look for the New Year.
Over the past few months, we have worked to incorporate feedback from users and added new features which will make it easier to review gene panels.
Below are some screenshots of the new look. You can explore the platform here (opens in new window).
Genomics England Contracts with WuXi NextCODE as Clinical Interpretation Partner in both Rare Disease and Cancer
Genomics England has today announced that it has contracted with WuXi NextCODE as a Clinical Interpretation Partner for the 100,000 Genomes Project. The China, US and Iceland-based company is the first to work with them on cancer samples and will also interpret samples in rare disease. Genomics England will work with the clinical interpretation partners to drive up the quality of interpretation of genomic data. This will lead to better understanding of disease and more personalised care for patients in the future.
Genomics England has selected Cognizant as a technology partner to help design and implement the IT operating environment for the 100,000 Genomes Project.
The 100,000 Genomes Project aims to sequence 100,000 whole genomes from NHS patients and their families, of which around 70,000 are participants with certain types of cancer or rare diseases. The project aims to enable new scientific discovery, medical insights and diagnostics. When completed, the NHS will be able to offer genomic medicine and personalised treatments to patients with conditions that are currently hard to treat.
Genomics England selects LabKey Software for integrated data management solution
Genomics England has chosen the LabKey Server open source platform to provide its integrated data management solution. Genomics England will work with LabKey to design and develop a solution that will integrate and securely share complex clinical and genomic data for the 100,000 Genomes Project.
The 100,000 Genomes Project aims to sequence 100,000 whole genomes from approximately 70,000 people.