Personalised medicine event was great success

On Thursday 19 October, more than 100 people attended the Read more …

Lord Willis visits GMC

Lord Willis of Knaresborough and Prof Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Chief Nurse Read more …

WMGMC hosting personalised medicine event

On Thursday 19 October, the WMGMC is hosting a ‘Future of Read more …

Coventry optician supports 100,000 Genomes Project

A Coventry optician is believed to be the first in Read more …

Genetic counsellors playing a key role in West Midlands

The role of genetic counsellors has been thrown sharply into Read more …

Recognition for leading 100,000 Genomes Project recruiters

Five staff at University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB) NHS Foundation Trust Read more …

WMGMC team at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Research Showcase

Staff from the West Midlands Genomic Medicine Centre were among Read more …

WMGMC partners to benefit from regional image sharing project

The West Midlands Genomic Medicine Centre (WMGMC) has appointed Insignia Read more …

Cardiologist speaking at Pint of Science Event

University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB) NHS Foundation Trust Consultant Cardiologist Dr Read more …

Final 100,000 Genomes Project eligibility wheels now available

The final 100,000 Genomes Project Eligibility Wheels, designed to help Read more …

Recruitment Has Ended

Recruitment to the 100,000 Genomes Project in the West Midlands finished in 2018. Since then, the team has worked to return results to all participants. This continued until March 2020, when the covid-19 pandemic led to prioritisation of coronavirus testing, resulting in a delay to any outstanding results. Going forwards, a Genomic Medicine Service Alliance will be established to bring genomics into routine NHS care.