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Mitochondrial DNA genotype-phenotype interactions

A recent study has found that genetic variants in mitochondrial DNA could increase the risk of developing several common diseases, […]

Guidelines for reporting polygenic risk score

Researchers from NIH have developed a 22-item framework, published in Nature, that has identified the minimal polygenic risk score-related information […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 28th November

A lot can happen in a week! But don’t worry we’ve got you covered with the latest round-up of the […]

Prioritising individuals with disease but low PRS for sequencing

A recent study, published in Genetics in Medicine, has found that prioritising individuals for sequencing who have disease but low […]

Serum Proteins: A New Approach to Personalised Medicine

Could serum proteins act as holistic biomarkers for personalised medicine? Whilst personalised medicine is a highly promising new treatment, in […]

Novel statistical test for interpreting pathogenicity of rare variants

Researchers have developed a novel statistical test to interpret the pathogenicity of rare variants and accurately distinguish between benign and […]

Human Genome Project: Triumph or failure?

It has been 20 years since the first draft of the human genome was unveiled. The ambitious project to sequence […]

Interview with Rory Collins, Principal Investigator and Chief Executive of UK Biobank

Rory Collins, Principal Investigator and Chief Executive of UK Biobank leads this landmark project. We talk to him about some of the research outcomes from UK Biobank, and why he’s excited to be speaking at the Festival of Genomics this January.

Cell Prep Possibilities: Sample Prep and Cell Isolation Methods for Single-cell

This feature introduces the basic single-cell workflow, as well as best practices and the latest commercial methods in sample preparation […]

Single Cells, Infinite Insights: Overcoming Obstacles for Top-Notch Data

In this webinar, we will show you every step of a particularly challenging single cell project, including often neglected pilot experiments, taking you from the initial research questions to the final results.
In these early stages of progress, clear and informative dialogue between experts in the field is vital. No one has the time to read all the papers and preprints necessary to truly ‘stay ahead’. Therefore, a tailored webinar series such as this is the perfect opportunity to learn on the go. 

So, please join us for our next Multi-Omics ONLINE webinar series. This webinar series is a 3-part exploration of some of the most promising developments in multi-omics happening right now.