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Implementing whole genome sequencing in clinical practice

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The seminar is free but we do require registration as places are limited. Please register at Eventbrite

What is whole genome sequencing and what does it mean for clinical practice and the delivery of healthcare? Joining the PHG Foundation’s Dr Anna Pocorska-Bocci for some lively discussion will be Dr Mark Ross from leading sequencing and genotyping company, Illumina.

Followed by a drinks reception.

This talk is part of the Translating genomics series.

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