Apply to join a GeCIP Domain

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Please click the relevant tab below to view and submit an application to the Genomics England Clinical Interpretation Partnership (GeCIP) team:

The Genomics England Clinical Interpretation Partnership (GeCIP) is organised into rare disease, cancer and cross-cutting topics called ‘domains’. See a list of the current GeCIP domains.

If you would like to join a GeCIP domain(s) or subdomain please complete this form.

  • Your details will be sent to the GeCIP domain lead, who will be in touch to discuss your application further.
  • Note that membership of domains does not govern members’ access to data – all GeCIP members can see all 100,000 Genomes Project data within the research environment.
  • Applicants need only join the domain(s) that their intended research activities fit into. Please only apply for up to three GeCIP domains at one time.
  • Once you become a member of a domain and are from a valid institution you will then have to go through a regulatory process to gain access to the de-identified sequencing data.

Please complete all fields with as much detail as possible. If you experience any difficulties when using this form or need more information, contact us at chiefscientist@genomicsengland.co.uk

The Genomics England Clinical Interpretation Partnership (GeCIP) is organised into rare disease, cancer and cross-cutting topics called ‘domains’. See a list of the current GeCIP domains.

If you would like to join a GeCIP domain or subdomain, please complete this form.

  • Your details will be sent to the GeCIP domain lead, who will be in touch to discuss your application further.
  • To be eligible to join GeCIP as a student, you must have a supervisor who is a member of the GeCIP domain you want to join.
  • Note that membership of domains does not govern members’ access to data – all GeCIP members can see all 100,000 Genomes Project data within the research environment.
  • Applicants need only join the domain that their intended research activities fit into; you can only apply to join one GeCIP domain.
  • Once you become a member of a domain and are from a valid institution you will then have to go through a regulatory process to gain access to the de-identified sequencing data.

Please complete all fields with as much detail as possible. If you experience any difficulties when using this form or need more information, contact us at chiefscientist@genomicsengland.co.uk