Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences
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.
28th March 2018 -
New online course in genetics of disease-causing bacteria launched for health professionals and biologists worldwide
This 3-week introduction to pathogen genomics, will be the first online course offered by wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences and is open to anyone to join.
7th February 2018 -
Dr Alice Matimba shares her passion for developing and delivering courses on biomedical and genomic sciences in low- and middle-income countries.