The theme of Rare Disease Day 2018 is research. Rare Disease UK asked Maria, mum to Alex, what taking part in research has meant for her family.
The theme of Rare Disease Day 2018 is research. Rare Disease UK asked Sam, mum to Issy, what taking part in research has meant for her family.
In part one, we relived the excitement of January – June 2017. How did the year progress through the summer stretch and into the festive period? It’s only one way to find out…
Now that the Festival of Genomics London is done, dusted, and in the record books, we take a look back at what you were busy reading on our website during 2017, including your answers from our survey.
The Festival goes on, day two. We give you the highlights from some of the talks and discussions going down on our live blog.
We give you the low down on the first day of the Festival of Genomics London with our live blog, that explores the hot topics discussed.
We spoke to Sue Hill and Mark Caufield to discuss the impact of the government-led,100,000 Genomes Project, and to find out why it has made serious progress in transforming healthcare.
How can we integrate different datasets to gain a better research perspective? Our expert panel discusses all there is to know about big data.
Genomics Medicine Ireland (GMI) was founded in 2015 with the objective of solving diseases of genetic origin by creating large-scale, population-based medical research studies on the island of Ireland to examine the relationship between genetics, health and disease.
The Festival of Genomics London is right around the corner, so before you descend upon the ExCeL Centre next Tuesday, be sure to check out our Festival survival guide, giving you all the latest tips to help you get the most out of the event.
To help you plan your visit, or perhaps inspire you to sign up for your free place, we’ve put together a handy guide to this year’s theme, and some of our top picks from the agenda.
Paul focuses on the possibilities for big data in biomedicine, using computationally intensive approaches, including deep learning and graph databases.
Dr. Elhaik’s recent work includes the development of the GPS technology that identifies and dates the origin of genomes and promotes a new understanding of cot death and mental disorders. This is what a typical day looks like for him in his own words.
We sat down with CEO of Unique, Beverly Searle and Information Officer, Arti Patel ahead of their appearance at the Festival of Genomics London.
With the Festival of Genomics London just around the corner, we thought it was the right time to turn our attention to the key themes being presented.