Posts By: Wales Gene Park

Genomics Showcase 14th May 2021 – register now!

What is the Genomics Showcase? Wales Gene Park is organising a new and exciting Genomics Showcase in collaboration with Genomics Partnership Wales.  The Showcase was due to take place in Cardiff City Hall, however, the pandemic has forced a move to a virtual platform for delivery, so now you can join in from the comfort… Read more »

Genomics Showcase, 14th May 2021 – opportunity for involvement

Virtual Event – 14th May Opportunity for involvement! Would you like to be involved in Genomic Partnership Wales’ biggest event of 2021? The Genomics Showcase will take place virtually on 14th May 2021 and we want to offer your organisation the chance to be part of it. What is the Genomics Showcase? The Genomics Showcase… Read more »

SWAN UK Virtual Information Event/Digwyddiad Gwybodaeth Rhithwir: 21.04.21

SWAN UK Virtual Information Event  Does your child have global development delay (GDD) or learning/physical difficulties that are unexplained? Has your child had genetic tests and the results have come back negative or of unknown clinical significance? Are you a professional that wants to find out more about SWAN UK and the work we do?… Read more »

UK Rare Diseases Framework Westminster Hall Debate

UK Rare Diseases Framework Westminster Hall Debate took place on 24th March. The Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Rare, Genetic & Undiagnosed Conditions in Westminster, Liz Twist MP secured a debate on the UK Rare Diseases Framework. Members raised important points around expansion of newborn screening programmes, access to timely diagnoses and… Read more »


Families in Wales affected by undiagnosed and rare conditions to be better supported thanks to a three year project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund in Wales. About SWAN UK SWAN stands for ‘syndromes without a name’. It is not a diagnosis, but a term used to describe a genetic condition so rare it… Read more »

Public Genomics Café: 29th March 2021 – book now!

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? Join us for a Virtual Genomics Café! This initiative is being run by Wales Gene Park in collaboration with Genomics Partnership Wales. March’s café will feature relaxed talks from speakers… Read more »