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Bringing Genomics into routine care: Free virtual Q&A

30 June 2021, 1-2pm | Online event
The North Thames Genomic Medicine Service (GMS) Alliance and North Thames Genomic Laboratory Hub (GLH) are hosting a virtual Q&A session for all NHS healthcare professionals who would like to know more about how genomics is being embedded into the NHS.

Genomic medicine has the potential to shape how we care for many of our patients, from helping diagnose rare and inherited diseases, to providing tailored treatments for cancer patients, and even helping to predict conditions.

This will be particularly relevant for nurses, midwives, health visitors and pharmacists who want to learn about how genomics will be relevant to their practice.

The panel

Dr Angela Brady
Consultant Clinical Geneticist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London

Dr. Raliat Onatade
Chief Pharmacist at North Thames Genomic Medicine Service Alliance

Demetra Georgiou
Genomic transformation manager (healthcare innovation) at Imperial and North West London Healthcare

Natalie Percival
Chief nursing officer at North Thames Genomic Medicine Service Alliance

Blanche Griffin
North Thames Genomic Medicine Service Pathway Implementation Manager

Corinne Trim
Education and Training Lead at North Thames Genomic Medicine Services

Dr Dagmar Tapon
Genetic Counsellor at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust


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