The 100,000 genomes project - mainstreaming genomic medicine in the NHS


Friday 2 February 2018


Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
Organised by

Medical Genetics Section , Genomics England


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This one day meeting will focus on mainstreaming genomic medicine in the NHS, exploring ethics and consent, the challenges faced plus the education and training opportunities available. 

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RSM members: £30 - £110
Non members: £40 - £130

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9.30 am

Registration, tea and coffee

10.00 am

Welcome and introduction

Dr Melita Irving, President, Medical Genetics Section

10.10 am

Introducing a new genomic medicine service in the NHS

Speaker to be confirmed

10.40 am

Mainstreaming genomics in Manchester

Professor William Newman

11.10 am

Ethics and consent considerations for generation genome

Professor Anneke Lucassen

11.40 am

Panel discussion: Challenges and barriers to mainstreaming genomics

Professor William Newman and Professor Anneke Lucassen

12.00 pm


1.00 pm

Applications of genomics in oncology, neurology and cardiology

Dr Nirupa Mirugaesu, Dr Henry Houlden and Dr James Ware

2.40 pm

Panel discussion

3.00 pm

Tea and coffee break

3.30 pm

Developing a genomic analysis pipeline for the NHS

Dr Augusto Rendon

4.00 pm

Education and training opportunities

Dr Kate Tatton-Brown

4.30 pm

Plenary talk and panel discussion

Professor Mark Caulfield

5.30 pm

Close of meeting

Drinks reception for all delegates

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For information on this event, contact Kathryn StokesTel: 02072903940 Email: arrow