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15 September 2021
The genomics revolution has given us an exceptional understanding of what genes do, how they are expressed (turned on or off), and what happens when they don’t work as they should.
Genomic factors can explain why different people (hosts) may have more or less severe symptoms or no symptoms when infected by the same pathogen.
13 October 2021
PHG Foundation Deputy Director Dr Philippa Brice has been awarded a Capabilities in Academic Policy Engagement (CAPE) Policy Fellowship to explore issues in precision medicine.
27 September 2021
The quiet extension by the UK Government of measures for lawful processing of confidential patient information for COVID-19 purposes is likely to have been welcomed by researchers.
The potential to routinely use polygenic scores in clinical practice is currently of particular interest, and research indicates that polygenic scores for cardiovascular disease may be the closest to potential implementation and delivery.