AoP WEBINAR SERIES: Emerging issues in medicine

The series adopts a different approach compared to other webinars and includes short statements of world-leading experts followed by ample time for panel discussion and audience participation

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Next Webinar in the Series Coming on 18th May @17:00: Translating current genetics into clinical practice

The new NHS Genomic Medicine Service marks an exciting new chapter in translating genetics into patient benefit. This webinar will include short talks by leaders in the field followed by a panel discussion, aiming to explore the challenges and opportunities ahead as genetic testing and therapies have the potential to impact all areas of medicine in primary and secondary care.

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Speakers including:

“The 100,000 Genomes Project: transforming the NHS.” Prof Sir Mark Caulfield Chief Scientist, Genomics England
“Clinical expansion of Cancer Susceptibility Genetics: opportunities and challenges” Professor Clare Turnbull Professor of Translational Cancer Genetics, Institute of Cancer Research

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