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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


synthetic biology

13-15 March 2023

Towards improving human health with synthetic biology technologies.

Registration deadline (In-person): 14 February 2023

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9-13 May 2023

Hands-on training in web-based data-mining resources for fungal genomes.

Apply by 15 February 2023

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22 -24 March 2023

Highlighting advances in imprinting research.

Registration deadline (In-person): 21 February 2023

11-16 June 2023

Learn how to apply next-generation sequencing technologies to clinical virology.

Apply by 9 March 2023

Full event listing

Download the WCS Learning and Training programme poster for 2022/23 here

We’re looking forward to returning to in-person courses and conferences at the Wellcome Genome Campus as soon as it’s safe to do so.

In the meantime, please keep checking individual listings for the status and format of each event.

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Keynote lecture by Martine Peeters, from the University of Montpellier, France, from the 2021 Virus Genomics and Evolution virtual conference.

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24 November 2022

Implementing whole genome sequencing in paediatric oncology practice across the UK

Improving access to genome diagnostics for paediatric cancers

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Genome Informatics in the 21st Century 

Helder Nakaya, Associate Professor at the University of São Paulo, shares his thoughts on the future of informatics, and his ...

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