Are you a young person interested in finding out more about genomics and health, or affected by a rare or genetic condition? Join us! These events are aimed at those aged 16 to 25. March’s café will feature relaxed talks including: Co-occurring conditions in autism – the who and the why Dr Jack Underwood, Cardiff… Read more »
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The podcast drama Tremolo – a collaboration between Wales Gene Park, Illumine Theatre and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, supported by the Genetics Society – has been nominated for two BBC Audio Drama Awards! The awards celebrate the range, originality and cut-through quality of audio drama on air and online and give recognition to the creativity of actors,… Read more »
Want to find out more about genomics & health in Wales? Affected by a rare, genetic or undiagnosed condition? Join us! February’s café will feature relaxed talks including: SWAN UK – Cymru: Update & Introduction to the new ‘Rare Resources Wales’ Izzy Rundle, SWAN UK All Wales Psychiatric Genomics Service: An update Dr Annie Procter,… Read more »
As 2022 draws to a close, it is a pleasure to share with you a few highlights from Wales Gene Park, demonstrating the breadth of our activities and inviting you to contribute to future highlights.
Genomics is amongst the most exciting arenas of 21st century healthcare and will give us previously unimaginable opportunities to better understand illness, improve patient outcomes and transform lives. Personalised medicine, testing and other genetic adaptations and innovations using new methods, tools and technologies will shape the future of modern medicine. The Genomics Delivery Plan for… Read more »
Find out from Louise Fish, Chief Executive Genetic Alliance UK, how you can raise awareness and help highlight rare diseases in February 2023.
Like to find out more about the fascinating field of DNA, genetics and genomics and discover how it affects our everyday lives? Join us for our 7th annual 3G public genetics and genomics conference! Enjoy short talks on topics including: Getting the Timing Right: Chrononutrition Exploring early human populations in Britain using ancient DNA The… Read more »
Britain’s first SWAN (syndrome without a name) Clinic has opened at the University Hospital of Wales — offering hope to children and adults with syndromes so rare they don’t have a name. Commissioned by Welsh Health Specialised Services Committee (WHSSC) and funded by Welsh Government, the SWAN Clinic has been established by Cardiff and Vale… Read more »
November’s café will feature relaxed talks including: Co-occurring conditions in autism – the who and the why Dr Jack Underwood, Clinical Research Fellow, Cardiff University Genomic Data-Sharing for Research Rhys Vaughan, Genomics Consent Manager, Wales Gene Park Introduction to Pharmacogenomic Testing in Wales: How Genetics can Help Treatment Choices Aine Moylett, All Wales Medical Genomics… Read more »