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.
Start Date: 03/07/2014
End Date: 04/07/2014
The Wales Gene Park
Education Project Manager
Wales Gene Park
Institute of Medical Genetics
Tel: 029 2074
Fax: 029 2074
This course has been developed in response to requests for information on the important and rapidly developing field of paediatric genetics. It is specifically designed to discuss issues and answer questions relating to genetics and child health. The course is aimed at Consultants, Specialist Registrars, Community Paediatricians, General Practitioners and others involved or with an interest in this area. The information has been updated from previous years and new topics have been added.
Topics covered include:
The ‘New’ Dysmorphology
Deciphering genetic results
What is genetic counselling?
Why are genetic tests different?
RETT Syndrome & related disorders
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
British Society for Genetic Medicine (BSGM)
Charles Darwin House
Tel: 020 3793 7851
© The British Society for Genetic Medicine |   Registered Charity No.1058821 | Web Development by Chocolate Grape