Monthly Archives: August 2012

Antenatal/newborn screening practice for genetic conditions – a global perspective

Are you a health professional with an interest in genetics? Please take part in a worldwide survey on antenatal/newborn screening at https://www.survey.glam.ac.uk/screening/. We are keen to get a global perspective and a range of views on this important issue. Please … Continue reading

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NICE news for Glamorgan-based Telling Stories project!

The Telling Stories Understanding Real Life Genetics project team were delighted to be contacted recently by NICE (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence) who have asked to use content from the Telling Stories website for an educational package that … Continue reading

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Using genomic information – what makes an expert?

Thanks to the joys of Twitter I have come across an interesting article in ScienceInsider (a news magazine and part of the online presence of the journal Science). Keeping it in the family describes Manuel Corpas’ (a bioinformatician at the … Continue reading

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Born Healthy – reducing the burden of birth defects in developing countries

The Born Healthy programme was established by the PHG Foundation as a response to the urgent need to reduce the burden of birth defects in developing countries. It has recently been singled out in a WHO report as one of … Continue reading

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Calling all early and mid-career researchers: Welsh Crucible is for YOU!

Now in its second year, Welsh Crucible brings together early and mid-career researchers from the St David’s Day Group with researchers from business, industry and the public sector in Wales for a programme of personal, professional and leadership development. Held … Continue reading

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