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Personalised healthcare: making the most of genomics

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A day of expert insight, multidisciplinary discussion and informal networking on personalised healthcare and policy will take place on 29 November at Robinson College, Cambridge.

Genomics is a fundamental component of personalised healthcare, and getting related policy right is essential to the successful delivery of better health. Join experts from a wide range of disciplines as they highlight exciting developments driving new healthcare opportunities, consider their societal impact and explore practical real-world policy issues from multiple perspectives.

A must for all those interested in personalised healthcare and policy, the event will include presentations from leaders in the field, including Prof Perry Elliott (Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine UCL & St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London), Prof Nitzan Rosenfeld (Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Inivata Ltd) and Dr Mohammad Al-Ubaydli (CEO, Patients Know Best). The full-day event will close with a panel debate on the role of science and society in shaping the future of personalised healthcare.

The conference is the latest in the Life Sciences and Society series, an initiative of the PHG Foundation, a Cambridge think-tank committed to achieving the prompt, effective and responsible application of biomedical advances within health services. The series is run in partnership with Cambridge University Health Partners and Hughes Hall.

For more information and to secure your place today, visit the PHG Foundation Website

This talk is part of the Life Sciences & Society series.

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