Public Genomics Café, 24th Nov, 11am-12.45pm, Zoom. Book now!

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 »

Young People’s Genomics Café: 20th Oct, 6 – 7.30pm, Zoom – book now!

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. October’s café will feature relaxed talks including: Chromosomes! Dr Andrew Fry, Clinical Senior Lecturer in Medical Genetics, Cardiff University An Introduction… Read more »

Genomics After Dark @ Techniquest, 6th October 2022, 6.30 – 10pm

Genomics Partnership Wales is taking over Techniquest for one night only! Join us for an evening of fun activities that will give you an understanding of the fascinating world of genetics and genomics. Activities include: DNA Extractions Public Talks Interactive Stands Techniquest’s own hands-on exhibits Star-Tours in the planetarium Fully Licensed Bar Full event details… Read more »

Public Genomics Café, 29 Sept, 11am – 12.45pm, via Zoom – book now!

September’s café will feature relaxed talks including: Genetics & Exercise – Can Your IL-6R Gene Influence Your Exercise Choices? Dr Richard Webb, School of Health Sciences, Cardiff Metropolitan University A Personal Experience of a Rare Condition Rare Disease Advocate Supporting those with Undiagnosed Conditions in Wales: the new SWAN Clinics Initiative Dr Ian Tully, All… Read more »

Public Genomics Café: Tue 5th July 2022, 11am-12.45pm, Zoom – book now!

July’s café will feature relaxed talks including: Enabling Diagnosis through Genomic Research Dr Karen Reed, Wales Gene Park A Family’s Experience of the Rare Condition Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF-1) Clare Giles, Rare Disease Advocate The Impact of Rare Disease Through a Lens Ceridwen Hughes, Same But Different A Personal Account of Thalassaemia Kyriacos Kanias, Rare Disease Advocate All… Read more »