An informal chat with to experts on the Genomics scene from the Cambridge (UK) perspective.
In this podcast, we talk to scientist Albert Vilella, who has been closely following what has been happening in the Twittersphere last week and in particular the renown #AGBT19 event at Marco Island, Florida.
Focusing on opportunities and limitations in personal genetic testing, the benefits of sharing personal genomes, the challenges, resources and technologies to help with interpretation of personal genomes.
The ultimate genetic test Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) is considered ‘the ultimate genetic test’  as it is of timeless […]
Cambridge Precision Medicine (CPM) wishes to help clinicians interpret genomics for accurate diagnoses. Particularly in developed economies, clinicians in all […]
Using my phone camera carried out short interviews to attendees at the Festival of Genomics London 2018. I was interested […]
The FAIR acronym in the context of biomedical data refers to the need for any data produced with public funds […]
Some of you Twitter monsters like myself may have cheered with more of less enthusiasm the change in Twitter policy […]
October 15-17, Hilton Orlando, Florida Repositive is pleased to participate and contribute to the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health […]
A recent news article has been published in Nature entitled ‘Gene-expression study raises thorny ethical issues‘. This is to do […]