Learn about whole genome sequencing in healthcare

Published on
9th October 2020
Filed under
Learning and Development

Whole genome sequencing has been in use behind the scenes for some time, but now it’s becoming part of routine care with the introduction of the NHS Genomic Medicine Service. But when should it be used? How does it work? And what are the implications, both in healthcare and for families?

Join the Genomics Education Programme’s free, flexible online course on Monday 2nd November 2020 to learn from expert scientists, medics and researchers, as well as patients and families, how valuable this revolutionary test can be in a number of areas – most recently in the current fight against Covid-19.

The course is delivered through a range of articles, videos, animations and discussion forums facilitated by experts. Prior to enrolling on the course, join our Twitterchat on Thursday 22nd October 2020 to find out why now is the time to learn about whole genome sequencing.

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Last updated on 13th October 2020

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