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A Spotlight On: Increasing Diversity in Genetics Studies – Karoline Kuchenbaecker

Karoline Kuchenbaecker, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at University College London, joins us to discuss her work to increase representation in […]

World of Genomics: India

The Republic of India is the most populous democracy in the world, and is a highly diverse country with thousands […]

Bioinformatics study identifies new SNPs never before seen in cancer

New single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), that have never before been implicated in cancer, were identified in a recent bioinformatics study, […]

World of Genomics: Qatar

With the upcoming FIFA World Cup being hosted in Qatar, our latest World of Genomics takes us to the Persian […]

World of Genomics: Nigeria

One of the most populated countries in the world, Nigeria is a multi-lingual, multi-ethnic nation in West Africa. One of […]

Liquid biopsies offer faster and more accurate biomarker identification for bowel cancer patients

Written by Poppy Jayne Morgan A new study in ESMO Open has identified a faster and more accurate diagnosing tool […]

Sepsis-Associated Variants Integrated into Polygenic Risk Score

Written by Vered Smith, Science Writer  Researchers at the University of Michigan have published a study in PLOS ONE identifying […]

The Sequencing Buyer’s Guide 4th Edition

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) has evolved rapidly over the last decade, and as a result, has revolutionised genomic research. The last […]

Genetic variant affects the impact of brain stimulation on memory

A new study has revealed that a variant of the gene BDNF can affect an individual’s response to brain stimulation. […]

The low portability of polygenic scores using UK Biobank data

Using data derived from the UK Biobank, researchers have found that polygenic scores have low portability between genetic populations. Polygenic […]