Precision Medicine at the cross-roads
40 leaders from the public and private sectors concluded that precision medicine's key barriers exist in policy and governance, not science and technology.
Putting Genomes at the Heart of Patient Care
Sequencing and analysis of whole genomes in the 100,000 Genome Project led to the genetic diagnosis for 60% of patients with rare diseases.
From data to diagnosis – delivering nation-wide results with Genomics England
Following a rigorous evaluation, Congenica was selected as the exclusive clinical decision support provider for the UK Genomic Medicine Service.
Providing rapid genomic answers in urgent prenatal settings
In this post, Suzanne Drury, PhD; Clinical Genomics and Personalized Medicine Specialist reviews prenatal diagnosis in the era of genomic medicine.
Congenica Prenatal to enable faster research of fetal anomalies in critical prenatal settings
Congenica launches Congenica Prenatal, a new application that facilitate faster, more accurate and comprehensive molecular research into fetal anomalies.
Lightning Talk: using exome sequencing to identify fetal anomalies
This lightning talk highlights the background and findings from a recent study on the diagnosis of fetal structural abnormalities using exome sequencing.
Diagnosis Of Fetal Structural Abnormalities Using Exome Sequencing
Louisa Ive presents work on the use of exome sequencing in the diagnosis of fetal structural anomalies, highlighting its importance in a prenatal setting.
Genomics England Announces New Project to Help in the Fight Against COVID-19
Genomics England has announced a major new sequencing project to uncover how a person’s genetic make-up influences their susceptibility to COVID-19.
Congenica v2.4: Submit and interpret data faster with greater flexibility
With case loads increasing every day, clinical teams are experiencing increasing pressure to make their variant interpretation more efficient.
New study indicates whole exome sequencing is appropriate for diagnostic testing in both adult and paediatric epilepsy patients
A new collaborative publication explores the utility of genomic diagnostics in a cohort of 101 adult and paediatric epilepsy patients.
Faster Genomic Analysis of Neurodevelopmental Disorders with Congenica
Congenica enables you to achieve 10X faster processing speeds, instantly access genetic evidence and minimize the risk of variants going undetected.
Medical Genetics Awareness Week: exploring the past present and future of medical genetics
In celebration of Medical Genetics Awareness Week we interviewed Dr Charles Steward to find out what excites him most about the future of medical genetics.