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Whole genome and whole exome sequencing are helping to provide clarity for patients with a rare disease, many of whom have been without a diagnosis for several years. In this film, Beskida Fejzullahu talks about what having a diagnosis has meant for her family.

This film forms part of the Genomic Education Programme’s Clinical Genetics in Action series, created in collaboration with the Royal College of Physicians.

Advances in genomic technologies and our understanding of the genome are changing the way we care for patients and families affected by cancer.

Learn more from Dr Clare Turnbull, senior researcher at the Institute of Cancer Research, who explains how experts are using genomics to transform and improve cancer care.  You can learn more about cancer genomics and the use of whole genome sequencing on Genomic England’s website.

Advances in genomics are making truly personalised medicine a possibility, particularly in oncology. Here, specialist registrar and clinical research fellow Dr Alison Berner talks about the exciting developments in the analysis of mutational signatures in tumour DNA.

This film forms part of the Genomic Education Programme’s Clinical Genetics in Action series, created in collaboration with the Royal College of Physicians.

The Genomic Education Programme (GEP)’s Clinical Pathway Initiative is supporting the delivery of the transformation projects where there are new genomics networks growing eg. Lynch, monogenic diabetes, pathology, nursing and midwifery.

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Join our education network and contact us to learn more

The NE&Y genomics education network has been established to bring together all those working in the genomics education arena in the region. The outcomes from this group will be shared on the website going forwards however, if you have any suggestions for the group, please contact Helen or Emma.

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Our team are:

Helen Bethell, Workforce Development and Education Lead, NEY GMSA
Emma Clark, Education and Training lead, NEY GLH