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Everything You Wanted to Know about Genomics but Were Afraid to Ask

Progress Educational Trust
Garratt Suite, Science and Industry Museum, Liverpool Road, Manchester M3 4FP
4 September 2019 6pm (refreshments), 6.30pm-8pm (discussion)

Dr Anneke Seller, Head and Scientific Director of Health Education England's Genomics Education Programme and co-chair of the Progress Educational Trust's FREE-to-attend public event 'Everything You Wanted to Know about Genomics but Were Afraid to Ask', taking place in Manchester on the evening of Wednesday 4 September 2019Sarah Norcross, Director of the Progress Educational Trust (PET) and co-chair of PET's FREE-to-attend public event 'Everything You Wanted to Know about Genomics but Were Afraid to Ask', taking place in Manchester on the evening of Wednesday 4 September 2019A public event about genomics, taking place at Manchester's Science and Industry Museum on the evening of Wednesday 4 September 2019.

Attendance is free, but advance registration is required. Register here.

The event is produced by the Progress Educational Trust (PET), in partnership with Health Education England and its Genomics Education Programme.

Dr Simon Ramsden, Chair of the Association for Clinical Genomic Science and speaker at the Progress Educational Trust's FREE-to-attend public event 'Everything You Wanted to Know about Genomics but Were Afraid to Ask', taking place in Manchester on the evening of Wednesday 4 September 2019Sabine Starr, Participant in the 100,000 Genomes Project and speaker at the Progress Educational Trust's FREE-to-attend public event 'Everything You Wanted to Know about Genomics but Were Afraid to Ask', taking place in Manchester on the evening of Wednesday 4 September 2019It will be co-chaired by Sarah Norcross and Dr Anneke Seller, with speakers including Professor Jill Clayton-Smith, Elizabeth Alexander, Dr Simon Ramsden and Sabine Starr. Find out more about the speakers here.

In the PET tradition, much of this event's running time will be devoted to letting the audience put questions and comments to the speakers.

The event is taking place during NHS England's Health and Care Innovation Expo, which is being held at a nearby venue. But attendance is open to everyone, regardless of whether or not you are registered to attend the Expo.

If tweeting about this event, please use the hashtag #GenomicsConversation