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Monday, November 7 • 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Genomic Medicine - Improving population health in the UK through Genomic Medicine

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Lecture Summary

How secondary variants might be used in predictive medicine and improving health at a population level, including how we might embed and develop genome sequencing in mainstream medicine and the relationship between clinical testing, secondary variants and screening.

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avatar for Hilary Burton, MA, BM BCh, FFPHM

Hilary Burton, MA, BM BCh, FFPHM

Director, PHG Foundation, Cambridge , UK
Dr Hilary Burton is the Director and one of the founder members of the PHG Foundation and a Fellow of Hughes Hall, Cambridge. The PHG Foundation is a not for profit organisation with a special focus on how genomic and other technologies can provide more effective personalised healthcare and improve population health. Qualified in medicine at Oxford University, Hilary subsequently trained in public health and worked as a consultant in... Read More →



Monday November 7, 2016 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning Auditorium

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