The British Society for Genetic Medicine (BSGM) represents
health professionals working in specialised genetic services in the
NHS and scientists and health professionals in medical
The society welcomes anyone working professionally within human
genetics in the UK. People who are not based in the UK can become
overseas affiliates; they are not eligible for election to the
council, but otherwise enjoy the same privileges as full
Latest News and Events from across the BSGM.
Information on Genetics, Education and Resources.
Founded in 1996, the British Society for Human
Genetics now known as the British Society for
Genetic Medicine, provides a forum for
professionals involved in Genetics as a
clinical service and research. Its membership is in excess of 2000
and includes a wide spectrum of clinical, laboratory and research
BSGM is a registered UK charity (No: 1058821). Its roles are
defined by its council and constitution.
Membership of the British Society for Genetic Medicine is open
to anyone professionally involved in human genetics and may be
membership of the BSGM alone or in association with membership of
one of the three constituent groups or the two interest groups.
For more information, look at our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), or contact us.
We were sorry to hear of the passing of one of our founding
fathers, Professor Rodney Harris. This obituary
from Professor Gareth Evans tells you more about his remarkable
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