A recent Mendelian randomisation study found that genetically higher education level was associated with lower risk of major mental disorders […]
This article has been written by our guest contributor, Alice Godden. Image credit: Freepik.com In this short feature, I […]
We caught up with Lisa Mullan (creator of Dinky Amigos, lovable characters that aim to teach a young audience about […]
Genomics is a hugely powerful tool and the general population should know about it!
Dr Gemma Chandratillake is the Education and Training Lead for the East Midlands and East of England NHS Genomic Laboratory Hub.
Introduction The first publication of cancer genome sequencing was in 2006, whereby more than 13,000 genes involved in breast and […]
Researchers recently explored whether the genetic landscape of tumours could be captured through blood collection in African women with breast […]
In our latest World of Genomics piece, we travel to Vietnam, a country known for its rich culture, delicious food […]
David Edward Rose works for a rare disease magazine called Rare Revolution Magazine. He is also an ultra-rare disease patient […]
One of the most exciting applications of cancer genomics is the development of liquid biopsies. Measuring circulating tumour cells or cell-free […]