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Free lectures for the clinical, scientific and research communities involved in 100,000 Genomes Project.

Organised with Queen Mary University of London (opens in new window), experts from around the world explore subjects important in genomic medicine and share their experiences of genomic projects.

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Previous Events

If you have been to any talks in this seminar series, please let us know what you thought of them by filling in this short questionnaire (opens in a new window).

Dr Malte Spielmann

Our latest speaker was Dr Spielmann, from the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, who gave a talk on on his research in the field of non-coding variation, gene regulation, 3D genome architecture, and their implications for human genetics.

Dr Sharon Plon

Dr Sharon Plon from the Baylor College of Medicine recently gave a talk on “The use of clinical whole exome sequencing in the diagnosis of Mendelian disorders and pediatric cancer”.

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