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Participating in research: What can be learned from a real example?

Ever wondered what it’s like to volunteer in a scientific study? Donating blood, saliva or even simply answering a questionnaire […]

World of Genomics: Vietnam

World of Genomics: Vietnam originally written by Sophie Ormiston, September 2021. Updated by Bethany Hanson, November 2023. In our latest […]

World of Genomics: Ecuador

Home to five UNESCO heritage sites, Ecuador is a country of rich cultural heritage and exceptionally diverse wildlife. It has […]

The price of fame: Should celebrities disclose their health struggles?

Being unwell can be an isolating experience. Patients can often be unsure of where to turn for support and for […]

Curing misconceptions: where do genomics myths come from?

Genomics has, perhaps more than any other field, been plagued by misconceptions. From oversimplified explanations in high school biology classes […]

Women’s Health: From the Wandering Uterus to the 21st Century

Despite women making up nearly 50% of the global population, significant gender disparities in healthcare continue to be reported. Whilst […]

World of Genomics: England

Last updated on 9th November 2023 by Kira Newbon. Best known for fish and chips, football, the Royal Family, and […]

World of Genomics: Wales

Wales is a small nation with a big personality! Best known for its love of rugby and daffodils, Wales also […]

World of Genomics: Ireland

Ireland, known in Irish as Éire, is famous for its rich heritage, traditions, Guinness, pubs and St. Patrick’s Day. Ireland […]

A Spotlight On: Genetic Counsellors and Adapting Services – Beth Coad, Principal Genetic Counsellor

Beth Coad is a Principal Genetic Counsellor at St George’s Hospital in London. She is also a part-time Honorary Clinical […]