Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences
6th November 2019 -
New train-the-trainer course aims to improve global capacity and skills in low- and middle income-countries.
23rd October 2019 -
Addressing inclusion in genetic counselling: A trans community perspective (Will open in a new window)
Reubs Walsh, a scientist working to define better healthcare guidelines for the transgender community, joined the 2019 World Congress on Genetic Counselling to talk about transgender risk profiles.
9th September 2019 -
This October, all four scientific conferences organised by Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences have public talks as part of their programme.
6th September 2019 -
The special issue of this journal is guest edited by Anna Middleton, Barbara Biesecker and Christine Patch.
21st June 2019 -
The promised benefits of personalised medicine are unlikely to benefit all while the genomic studies are predominantly limited to European populations.
4th June 2019 -
Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences announces the launch of its first online course in Genetic Counselling in partnership with FutureLearn.
16th November 2018 -
Commercialising Genomic Research – 2018 workshop summary and new LinkedIn group
10th September 2018 -
Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences launch third online ‘Bacterial Genomes’ course (Will open in a new window)
The courses introduces the open-source genome browser and annotation, Artemis, which enables scientists to bring their work to life and share new understanding visually.
11th June 2018 -
Scientific Programme Manager, Dr Treasa Creavin, shares her perspective on developing and applying a gender balance policy for Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences.
29th May 2018 -
Free online course - Bacterial Genomes: From DNA to protein function using bioinformatics - starts 11 June.