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  • Consent and Confidentiality

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  • BSGM Ethics and Policy Committee

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  • Introducing the 14th International Conference on Limb Development and Regeneration

    Introducing the 14th International Conference on Limb Development and Regeneration

    posted on 16th December 2016  |  0 Comments  |  Not tagged.

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    We are pleased to announce the upcoming International Conference on Limb Development and Regeneration. This will take place on the 23rd- 26th of July 2017.  Visit the events page to keep updated with further details.

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  • Dysmorphology Dates

    Dysmorphology Dates

    posted on 1st December 2016  |  0 Comments  |  Not tagged.

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    The next London Dysmorphology Meeting Dates:

    7th December 2016

    15th December 2017

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  • BSGM 2016 Success

    BSGM 2016 Success

    posted on 25th September 2016  |  0 Comments  |  Not tagged.

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    I'm sure those of you who were able to attend would agree that the 2016 BSGM one day event was a success!  We were graced with some really engaging talks and noticed some trending themes.  

    Of course the 100K Genome Project was high on the agenda, with informative updates from Professor Mark Caulfield and Professor Sue Hill. Restructuring and reshaping of Medical Genetics in the UK was also a feature, as well as tackling inequalities of access to genetic testing around the country.

    Professor Han Brunner (pictured above) received a deluge of applause for his Carter Lecture, grappling with the issue of understanding intellectual disability.

    We look forward to BSGM 2017.

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