Inspiring Science Transforming Careers
We fund, develop and deliver training courses, conferences and other events (in-person and online) focusing on genomics in research and healthcare
29 October – 1 December 2023
Develop the skills to generate and culture different organoid models, including organoids derived from endometrium, intestinal, and cancer tissues.
Apply by 3 August 2023
10 -12 July 2023
A forum for the clinical genomics and biodata communities to discuss best practice use of genomics data in clinical settings.
Register for an in-person place by 13 June 2023
6-8 September 2023
Join neuroscience experts from across academia and industry to discuss neurodegeneration-related human genetics, trafficking dysregulation and challenges of translating mechanistic advances into therapeutics.
Submit an abstract by 4 July 2023
29 November – 1 December 2023
Join global leaders working across aspects of genomics, translational research, and clinical treatments related to chronic pain, to address the urgent need to discover, test and implement innovate and safe therapies.
Submit an abstract by 3 October 2023
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Keynote lecture by Martine Peeters, from the University of Montpellier, France, from the 2021 Virus Genomics and Evolution virtual conference.
To view other keynotes from our recent virtual events, as well as many more videos, visit our YouTube channel.
Strengthening bioinformatics skills across the world for SARS-CoV-2 genomic analysis
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Financial support to access our career development opportunities in genomics
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