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Making science work for health: Gala dinner
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Rebecca Bazeley.
The PHG Foundation, the leading UK centre for public health genomics, is celebrating its fifteenth year of making science work for health.
To mark the occasion, we invite you to join us for a very special dinner in the renowned Great Hall of King’s College, Cambridge and to enjoy the company of leading experts in public health, medicine and health policy.
Featuring guest speakers Professor Dame Sally Davies (Chief Medical Officer for England)and Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz (Vice Chancellor of the University of Cambridge).
This rare opportunity to combine cutting-edge intelligence of the future of genomics and health with sumptuous dining costs just £85. To book you place visit http://www.phgfoundation.org/15years/dinner/
This talk is part of the Translating genomics series.
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