Tagged: genetics clinic of the future

Canadian Open Genetics Project (COGR)

Canadian Open Genetics Repository (COGR) is the creation of a unified, open-access, clinical-grade genetic database.   The project is to last three years and is funded by the government of Canada through Genome Canada and the Ontario Genomics...

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The Main Entrance: The Patient

  What is the role of the patient in the Genetics Clinic of the Future? Will the patient be simply a recipient of a diagnosis or is the patient an active participant in the...

graphic exploring the genetics clinic of the future and data sharing

GCOF: The Server Room and Data Sharing

The graphic below, ‘The Server Room’ visualises the processes and challenges associated with sharing our data. It’s been a bit of a wait for the final instalment of output from the Genetics Clinic of...

GCOF The Patient

The Patient was another one of the key themes explored by the Genetics Clinic of the Future. The session was lead by Cor Oosterwijk, Ralf Sudbrak, Francesco Lescai and Maud Radstake. All have distinguished careers in healthcare policy, bioinformatics...

The Doctor’s Office: Clinical Genetics

As part of the Genetics Clinic of the Future Workshop held in January 2014 several exciting graphics were produced. The first poster explored how Next Generation DNA Sequencing (NGS) would change genetics beyond the clinic....

Genetics Clinic of the Future: The Living Room

This January UMC Utrecht and The Responsible Innovation Collective ran an inter-disciplinary workshop ‘Genetics Clinic of the Future’, exploring the changing face of genetic clinics with the introduction of Next Generation DNA Sequencing (NGS). NGS is a pretty...