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Young People’s Genomics Café: 17th Feb. 2021, 6pm

Are you a young person interested in finding out more about genomics and health, or affected by a rare or genetic condition? Join us for Young People’s Genomics Café! These events are aimed at those aged 16 to 25 and are run by Wales Gene Park with Genomics Partnership Wales.  At February’s café we have… Read more »

All Wales Genomics Survey for Nurses and Midwives

Genomics Partnership Wales (GPW) would like invite Nurses and Midwives in Wales to share their opinion about the impact of genomics in your area of work. Your responses will help inform future education and training initiatives and preparation of our workforce in line with the Welsh Government’s Genomics for Precision Medicine Strategy. Although some nurses… Read more »

Virtual Public Genomics Café: 14th January 2012, 11am-12.45pm

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. The first café of 2021 will provide the… Read more »

Virtual Rare Disease Patient Network meeting: 10th December 2020, 10am-2.30pm

Join Wales Gene Park for its sixth annual Rare Disease Patient Network meeting – this year’s event will take place exclusively online via Zoom.  We look forward to welcoming you to our 6th annual meeting, bringing members of the Rare Disease Patient Network* together. Genetic Alliance UK will be launching it’s Quinquennial Patient Experience Report,… Read more »

Virtual Public Talk: 7pm, Thursday 12th Nov 2020

“We came, we saw, we took samples back to Earth!” Join us for a FREE virtual public talk from John Holt, Space Research Centre, University of Leicester. Talk synopsis: NASA have been talking about Mars Sample Return (MSR) since the 70’s, but now it is happening for real! The Perseverance rover is the first stage… Read more »

COVID-19 update from Wales Gene Park: December 2020

As lockdown restrictions eased in Wales over the summer, we were pleased to re-open our laboratories and resume practical work. Both the Genomic Sequencing lab, based in the Division of Cancer and Genetics, School of Medicine, and the Genome Editing lab, based in the School of Biosciences, in Cardiff University are open for business. Things… Read more »