Posts By: Wales Gene Park
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. This month’s café will focus on COVID-19 with… Read more »
28th April, 12pm – 1pm, Zoom meeting Join us for the Division of Cancer Genetics, Cardiff University School of Medicine Seminar Series. Wales Gene Park’s new Director, Dr Andrew Fry, will be speaking on ‘Understanding the host genomics of COVID-19 susceptibility: the first steps’ followed by Dr Alan Parker speaking on ‘Virotherapies to COVID vaccines:… Read more »
Are you affected by a rare or genetic condition? Are you 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 and Genetic Alliance UK in collaboration with Genomics Partnership Wales. The Virtual Café will be a relaxed, informal opportunity… Read more »
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 yn ymaddasu i ffyrdd newydd o gyflawni ein rhaglen waith. Er bod ein gwaith labordy wedi’i ohirio hyd nes y bydd hi’n ddiogel inni fynd yn ôl i’r gwaith fel… Read more »
With our labs closed and physical events cancelled, we’re adapting to news ways of working.
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 in health and social care research in Wales. This funding will allow us to continue to support, promote and advance genetic and genomic research, healthcare, education and innovation in Wales…. Read more »