In partnership with Genomics england
Britain is one of the best places in the world to find scientists who can make sense of our genetic code – and turn it into useful medical knowledge. How important is it that we maintain this position, how can we retain it and why does it matter to the average person that we do? We have spent billions of public money to become a world centre for genomics: Is this a good use of resources and where do we go next?
This is the second of a two part ThinkIn series with Genomics England. Click here to attend the first discussion on June 9 with Richard Scott, Clinical Lead for Rare Diseases at Genomics England and Latha Chandramouli.
editor and invited experts
Editor and Co-founder
Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
CEO, Genomics England