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FILM: What Next for Genomics?

31 July 2017

By BioNews

Appeared in BioNews 911

This film documents the Progress Educational Trust/Genomics England event 'What Next for Genomics? Providing Answers, Changing Lives, Transforming the NHS'. The event launched the Generation Genome report by the UK's Chief Medical Officer, who was a keynote speaker.

The event also launched a new phase of the Genomics Conversation, a programme of activities led by Genomics England which involves the public and stakeholders in discussions about key issues in genomic medicine.

(If you cannot see the film below, click here to view it.)


Introductions
0:00:00 Sarah Norcross
Director, Progress Educational Trust
0:03:01 Mark Henderson
Director of Communications, Wellcome Trust

Presentation
0:05:11 Professor Dame Sally Davies
Chief Medical Officer

Responses
0:25:56 Professor Sue Hill
Chief Scientific Officer, NHS England
0:31:47 Michael Parker
Director, Ethox Centre and Wellcome Centre for Ethics, Innovation, Globalisation and Medicine
0:37:10 Professor Sir Stephen O'Rahilly
Head of Clinical Biochemistry, University of Cambridge

Audience contributions
0:54:46 Dr Sabrina Talukdar
Clinical Research Fellow, Institute of Cancer Research
0:55:57 Professor Sir John Savill
Chief Executive, Medical Research Council
0:56:35 Dr Jayne Spink
Chief Executive, Genetic Alliance UK
1:05:21 Dr Ron Zimmern
Founder and Chair, PHG Foundation
1:07:46 Arti Patel
Information Officer, Unique
1:08:23 Charlotte Tomlinson
Genetic Counsellor, Guy's Hospital
1:09:13 Dr Anna Middleton
Head of Society and Ethics Research, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Close
1:19:45 Sarah Norcross
Director, Progress Educational Trust

This film was made by the education charity WORLDwrite.

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CROSSING FRONTIERS

Public Conference
London
8 December 2017

Speakers include

Professor Azim Surani

Professor Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz

Professor Robin Lovell-Badge

Sally Cheshire

Professor Guido Pennings

Katherine Littler

Professor Allan Pacey

Dr Sue Avery

Professor Richard Anderson

Dr Elizabeth Garner

Dr Andy Greenfield

Dr Anna Smajdor

Dr Henry Malter

Vivienne Parry

Dr Helen O'Neill

Dr César Palacios-González

Philippa Taylor

Fiona Fox

Sarah Norcross

Sandy Starr


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