News & blog
Keeping you up to date with the latest developments in science, policy and health
Blog What does ‘good governance’ look like for genome editing?
21 July 2021
PHG Policy Analyst, Tanya Brigden, usefully summarises the recommendations for the WHO's considerations towards genome editing
Blog Expanding the public and patient role in medical regulation
6 July 2021
A recent consultation by the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) indicates a welcome new direction for public and patient involvement (PPI).
Blog Making the UK a science superpower
28 June 2021
The recent and abrupt change in Secretary of State for Health for the UK has overshadowed some very significant policy developments over the last week.
Blog Calls to review regulation of direct-to-consumer genetic testing
22 June 2021
Excellent new report from Science and Technology Committee, which is gratifyingly in line with our own recommendations
Blog Putting Genome UK into practice
18 May 2021
News Welcoming a new Trustee
26 April 2021
We are delighted to confirm Andrew Hutton has agreed to join our Board of Trustees. He will take the place previously held by Ian Peacock who has stood down after more than 14 years on the Board
Blog Bringing order to polygenic score reporting
14 April 2021
Inconsistencies in the way polygenic score models are reported could delay their introduction into healthcare. Two very welcome (in our opinion) new papers aim to bring order to the field