We live and work in an ever-changing world, where advances in research and technology have the potential to maximize patient benefit. This sounds easy, but in practice it is incredibly challenging, requiring investment in infrastructure and people.
Established in 2013 to deliver the 100,000 Genomes Project, Genomics England now supports whole genome diagnostic services in the National Health Service and healthcare-embedded research.
In this webinar, Dr. Richard Scott, Chief Medical Officer at Genomics England, will talk about the benefits and challenges of utilizing genetic technologies to understand disease at the individual level, and how this research is being applied to inform patient care.
- How genetic technologies can be used to understand and treat medical disorders
- How this work is being translated from bench to bedside
- How genetics research is making a real-life difference for patient care