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Unlocking the potential of genetics and genomics in Rare Diseases

This webinar will provide an overview of genomic technologies used in diagnosing and managing children and adults with rare genetic syndromes...

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Date(s)
February 11, 2021
Location
Remote public webinar - please register at the following link: https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4mG1CTDVS9OfeX4eK7LP_w
Time
12:30 - 14:00
Price
Free of charge - all welcome

All welcome.  

This UCD - QUB hosted webinar will provide an overview of genomic technologies used in diagnosing and managing children and adults with rare genetic syndromes, followed by a discussion on genomic and precision medicine and its application to Inherited Metabolic Disorders. It will also explore the challenges and possibilities of using and integrating genomic information in electronic healthcare records.

 

Please do save the date and take time to join us for a promising discussion!

Remote Webinar: All welcome

Chaired by AJ McKnight, Centre for Public Health.   

11th of February 2021 (12.30-14.00)

Please register at this link for this genomics webinar

 

Presenters:

Dr Shane McKee: Genetic Medicine at Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, Lead of Northern Ireland's input to the 100,000 Genomes Project.

Dr Jim O’Byrne, Consultant Clinical/Biochemical Geneticist, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin 

Chair: Prof Amy Jayne McKnight, Professor, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, Centre for Public Health, Queen’s University Belfast A.j.mcknight@qub.ac.uk

Event Organiser Details
Name AJ McKnight
Email a.j.mcknight@qub.ac.uk
Website https://www.nmhs.ucd.ie/news-and-events/rare-diseases-public-webinar-series
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