A new part-time, distance learning MSc is open for applications for a September 2018 start.
Wales Gene Park and Into Film present a free, unique schools’ screening of the film GATTACA at The Savoy Theatre, Monmouth Wednesday 5th July 2017, 12.30pm to 3pm GATTACA presents a future in which children are genetically designed to ensure that they possess the best hereditary traits of their parents. But, what about the science behind this?… Read more »
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Living with Genetic Conditions is an educational session originally developed for schools (specifically year 12 and 13 pupils) which, due to its popularity, has been expanded and is being delivered more widely to public audiences and also students on nursing and other healthcare courses at Cardiff University, University of South Wales, and Cardiff Metropolitan University amongst others. The sessions have… Read more »
Friday 12th May 2017, Radisson Blu Hotel, Cardiff Increasingly genetic alterations are being identified which confer a risk of neurodevelopmental and mental health issues. Professionals in clinical genetics and psychiatry will need to address these issues with families and consider how genetic testing, appropriate information, and counselling might be beneficial to individuals and the wider… Read more »
Join us for this free public event for prostate cancer awareness month! Thursday 23rd March 2017; talks 6.15-7.45pm (registration, coffee and stands from 5.45pm) Hadyn Ellis building, Cardiff University, CF24 4HQ In Wales prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. To find out more about it, join us at this public event to hear expert… Read more »
Wales Gene Park has been named as winner of the ‘Outstanding Contribution to Engagement’ award at Cardiff University School of Medicine’s inaugural STAR awards ceremony. The awards, which recognise the achievement of excellence by members of staff across the School of Medicine, were presented by Jayne Dowden (Chief Operating Officer, Cardiff University) at Cardiff’s City… Read more »
Join us for the first Wales Gene Park Genetics and Genomics for the 3rd Generation (3G) public conference in North Wales! Tuesday 29th November 2016, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham, LL11 2AH, 12.30pm – 4pm. There will be a series of short talks on a range of interesting, genetics-related subjects throughout the day (you can join us for the… Read more »
Join Dr Tom Fowler, Genomics England’s Director of Public Health and Deputy Chief Scientist, to learn about genomic medicine and how the 100,000 Genomes project can help the NHS to deliver it. There will also be a question and answer session with the speaker. Free Public event Thursday 13th October 2016, 7 – 8pm Large… Read more »
Friday 17th June 2016, 9.30am – 3pm. Register now by emailing AshelfordKE@Cardiff.ac.uk. Join us in Cardiff University’s Michael Griffiths lecture theatre (Heath Park Campus) to discover all you need to know about research data management. Learn about data management and how to put together a successful Data Management Plan. Discover the resources and support available within… Read more »