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Virtual Rare Disease Patient Network meeting: 10th December 2020, 10am-2.30pm

Join Wales Gene Park for its sixth annual Rare Disease Patient Network meeting – this year’s event will take place exclusively online via Zoom.  We ...

Virtual Public Talk: 7pm, Thursday 12th Nov 2020

“We came, we saw, we took samples back to Earth!” Join us for a FREE virtual public talk from John Holt, Space Research Centre, University ...

COVID-19 update from Wales Gene Park: October 2020

As lockdown restrictions eased in Wales over the summer, we were pleased to re-open our laboratories and resume practical work. Both the Genomic Sequencing lab, ...

Virtual Genetics & Genomics for the 3rd Generation (3G) conference: 26 Nov, 10.15am-2.30pm

Join us via Zoom for a public event about DNA, genetics & genomics Like to find out more about the fascinating field of DNA, genetics ...

Virtual Public Genomics Café: Nov 19th, 11am

Are you affected by a rare or genetic condition? Are you a member of the public interested in finding out more about genomics and health? ...

Wales Gene Park Annual Report 2019 – 2020

The Wales Gene Park Annual Report 2019 – 2020 is now available here The report shows how Wales Gene Park has evolved and adapted to ...

Launch of ‘Rare Reality of COVID-19’ Report & Patient Experience Survey

Launch of the ‘Rare Reality of COVID-19’ report: Today Genetic Alliance UK has launched its report on the Rare Reality of COVID-19 for patients and ...

Y diweddaraf am COVID-19: Parc Geneteg Cymru

Yn unol â chyngor y llywodraeth ar COVID-19, ynghyd â’n sefydliad lletyol, Prifysgol Caerdydd, mae holl staff Parc Geneteg Cymru yn gweithio o bell ac ...

Health and Care Research Wales funding success

Wales Gene Park is delighted to confirm it has received continued funding from Health and Care Research Wales as part of its £44 million investment ...

Congenital Anomaly Register and Information Service (CARIS) Annual Report 2019

The Congenital Anomaly Register and Information Service (CARIS) was established in 1998 as a register of congenital anomalies in Wales, and has always included some rare diseases ...

Involvement opportunity: Improving Mental Health Support for Children with Rare Genetic Conditions

Cerebra, a charity who support children with brain conditions and their families, have collaborated with Cardiff University to improve mental health support for children with ...

Second Meeting of National Assembly for Wales Cross Party Group for Rare, Genetic and Undiagnosed Conditions

Members of the Cross Party Group (CPG) for Rare, Genetic and Undiagnosed Conditions met for the second time in the National Assembly for Wales on ...

Visit the new Genomics Partnership Wales webpage

Visit the Genomics Partnership Wales webpage to find out more about its work to establish a united approach to genomics in Wales and access the ...

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Upcoming Events

Community Group talk
Fri 27Nov2020
19:00-20:30
Public Event
Living with Genetic Conditions
Wed 02Dec2020
13:00-14:00
Professional Event
Living with Genetic Conditions
Thu 03Dec2020
16:00-17:00
Professional Event
Virtual Community Group Talk
Mon 07Dec2020
19:00-20:30
Public Event
Virtual Community Group talk
Tue 08Dec2020
14:00-15:30
Public Event
Virtual Rare Disease Patient Network Annual Meeting
Thu 10Dec2020
10:00-15:00
Patient EventPublic Event