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Molecular diagnostics and the NHSE Long Term Plan for Cancer

Peter Johnson, National Clinical Director for Cancer, NHS England

Cancer Genomics: The Impact of Genomics on Cancer Research, Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Clinical Care

Genomics research has been rapidly transforming our understanding and ability to treat cancer. Today, novel techniques are enabling the development […]

Beyond companion diagnostics – what next for ctDNA liquid biopsy in the NHS?

Liquid biopsy has the promise to revolutionise cancer care and treatment, allowing the detection of rare cell types with a […]

Cardio Diagnostics Inc

Cardio Diagnostics, a precision medtech company is transforming the prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) by developing the first at-home clinical […]

Liquid Biopsies: Current Status and Future Directions

With liquid biopsies promising to transform multiple stages of the cancer diagnostic and monitoring journey, patients from across the world […]

Genomic Sequencing Offers Young Cancer Patients New Treatment Options

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer  The results from a clinical trial that sequenced DNA and RNA in tumours from […]

Single-cell RNA sequencing: How to optimize the workflow from tissue through analysis – Webinar

Today, researchers can analyze 10 000+ cells from one tissue sample or patient to understand individual cell populations and their […]

Genome Giants: Stephen Scherer – Director, The Centre for Applied Genomics, SickKids

Stephen Scherer is a Canadian scientist who founded Canada’s first human genome centre, the Centre for Applied Genomics (TCAG) at […]

A Spotlight On: CRISPR and climate change – Monika Paule

Dr Monika Paule is an Associate Professor at Vilnius Tech University. She is also the CEO and co-founder of two […]

Deep learning model identifies patients with mental disorders

A new study, published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry, has developed a deep learning model that is able to genetically […]