Join us at our September Genomics Café at Swansea University!

Are you affected by a rare or genetic condition? Are you a member of the public interested in finding out more about genomics and health? Join us for a Public Genomics Café! 

The café will feature relaxed talks from guest speakers on:

  • Meet the Genomic Counsellor: find out about what they do and the work of the All Wales Medical Genomics Service Alys Kennedy, AWMGS
  • Measuring DNA Damage in Circulating Blood in Oesophageal Cancer Hamsa Naser, Swansea University
  • Mini-guts for Cancer Research Dr Alethea Tang, Swansea University
  • Update from SWAN (UK) Cymru Amanda Thomas, SWAN (UK) Cymru

The Café will be an informal opportunity to meet others and find out about new advances in the area of genomic medicine in Wales. It will also be a chance for people to come together, be supported by others in their communities and let us know how we can better support those affected by rare or genetic conditions.

Register for IN-PERSON Café:

Join us for a cuppa! All welcome – FREE to attend.

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