In this Issue of Front Line Genomics:

  • Front Line Genomics ACMG 2017How To Inspire The Next Generation
    Jerry Feldman talks us through his reign as ACMG president, and what it means to be at the forefront of education and training in genomic healthcare.
  • Mapping The Autism Spectrum
    Stephen Scherer, takes us through the remarkable work that lead to the discovery of copy number variation in relation to Autism, and why he wants more global publications.
  • Building A Global Map Of Genomics
    We get an inside look at the Qatar Genome Programme, and explore the local and global health benefits it will deliver.
  • Making The Most Important Clinical Genetics Meeting In The World
    This year’s ACMG meeting promises to be the biggest and best yet. We caught up with Program Committee Chair, Katrina Dipple, to find out more about how the meeting is put together.
  • From Facebook To A Vital Network
    There’s a remarkable story behind the International FOXG1 Foundation. Executive Director, Heather Norwood presents their history and important work.
  • Preparing Healthcare For The Arrival Of Genomics
    Chief Scientific Officer for England, Sue Hill, takes us through the steps the NHS is taking to mainstream genomics into healthcare.
  • Protecting Patients and Supporting Innovation
    A regulator’s life is never easy. MHRA CEO, Ian Hudson, explains how they strike a balance between encouraging scientific innovation and protecting the public.
  • Better, Faster, Cheaper: Clinical Services In The NGS Era
    Mike Friez of Greenwood Genetic Center, explains the changes we’re already seeing in molecular diagnostics as a result of NGS technology.
  • Explaining Phenotypes
    We go behind the scenes for a Day In The Life of Metabalon’s Senior Study Director of Global Cohort Studies.
  • Assassin’s Creed
    A terrible movie with, painfully unnecessary science at its core? Yes. But still a useful conversation tool!

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