Welcome to the Precision Medicine podcast, the first Precision Medicine-only podcast in the world. Today we will be discussing the fixing of a disease gene in viable embryos.
My thoughts and notes on a recently help workshop on Personal Genetic Testing held at the Department of Anthropology at University College, London.
A brief commentary on how genome technologies have revolutionased our ability to diagnose rare genomic disorders.
My opinion on Dame Sally Davies’ Chief Medical Officer statement on ‘Generation Genome’.
In this second podcast I talk about some of the challenges around the application of genomic technologies to the clinic and Precision Medicine.
Listen to this podcast directly from your iPhone via iTunes> Subscribe to Podcast> Add URL https://personalgenomics.zone/category/podcast/feed/ Welcome to my podcast series 1 on Fundamentals of Precision Medicine. Here I introduce the concept of Precision Medicine, its history and how it differs from ‘conventional’ imprecision medicine. This will be […]
Workshop video on 28th of May in Copenhagen on best practices for human genomic data sharing as part of the European Society for Human Genetics (#ESHG2017)
A summary of the pioneering experience with direct-to-consumer genetic testing myself and my family went through.
A good and a bad example for how to share data from a high profile publication.
The National-Scale Population Sequencing Initiatives Rae that many governments have embarked upon to develop a new genome-based economy.