Baroness Nicola Blackwood of North Oxford is Chair of Genomics England celebrates women involved in the fight against COVID-19.
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Genomics England today announces the appointment of Professor Matt Brown as the organisation’s new Chief Scientific Officer.
Australian Genomics and Genomics England joined forces to tackle the challenges of assessing evidence for gene-disease associations and integrating it into diagnostic practice.
The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, has today provided a blood sample so that his genome can be sequenced, as part of Genomics England’s Diverse Data…
A new national public dialogue finds that members of the public are broadly supportive of the use of whole genome sequencing (WGS) in newborn screening.
Augusto Rendon looks back at the progress made by Genomics England and the international genomics community.
Chris Wigley, the CEO of Genomics England reflects on the past 8 years.
Professor Sir Mark Caulfield will be leaving his role as Chief Scientist at Genomics England at the end of July 2021 to take up the position of Chief Executive at Barts Life Sciences.
Register for an online event on 8 July to find out about a nationwide public dialogue on the implications of using whole genome sequencing for newborn screening.
Baroness Nicola Blackwood of North Oxford is Chair of Genomics England shares her personal experiences of having an undiagnosed illness as a child.
A study funded by Cancer Research UK has found a new way to identify tumours which could be sensitive to particular cancer therapies.
Professor Sir Mark Caulfield is Chief Scientist for Genomics England looks at the extraordinary journey the Participant Panel and Genomics England have taken together.
The PHG Foundation has published its report examining the legal and ethical implications of an online platform for patient engagement in precision medicine research being developed by Sano…
Vivienne Parry, Head of Engagement at Genomics England celebrates our Participant Panel’s achievements on their 5th anniversary.
Jillian Hastings Ward is the independent Chair of the Participant Panel at Genomics England reflects on its fifth anniversary.
Dr Christine Patch, Clinical Lead for Genetic Counselling at Genomic England, pays tribute to the first National Data Guardian, Dame Fiona Caldicott.
Genomics England is excited to announce the appointment of Andrew Eland, Annalisa Jenkins and Vikram Bajaj to the Board as Non-Executive Directors.
West syndrome – a rare epilepsy as seen through the eyes of a father
Medical research charity, LifeArc, announces today that it is providing £5 million funding to support the work of the GenOMICC COVID-19 Study.
Vivienne Parry, OBE, Engagement Director at Genomics England celebrates geneticist Barbara McClintock.