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The day-long debate featured contributions from expert panelists drawn from fields as diverse as clinical genetics and space discovery and was the culmination of the 2008 Rolex Awards for Enterprise.
The Cheshire and Merseyside clinical genetics department, which provides a counselling and information service for patients, was officially opened in the presence of patients and staff.
Her main interests are in areas of community and clinical genetics, and genetic testing.
Philadelphia, PA), a company developing breakthrough nanoscale whole genome imaging and analytic platforms for clinical genetics, cancer diagnostics and biomedical research, announced the issuance of a patent for a key element of the company's whole genome analyzer.
In the past she has worked in the department of clinical genetics at Guy's and St Thomas' Foundation Trust in London, for the British Medical Association and for the Royal College of Physicians and the Institute of Neurology.
American College of Medical Genetics 2007 Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting.
The pounds 500,000 Ferguson-Smith Centre for Clinical Genetics will give hope to hundreds of families with a history of conditions such as muscular dystrophy, spina bifida and cystic fibrosis.
Oxagen is a biopharmaceutical company building a novel drug pipeline that is focused on targets such as GPCRs and which are validated in man through Oxagen's genetics platform and using its unique family-based clinical genetics resources.
My cruise seminar was designed to provide information that would benefit laboratorians and entertain, with diverse topics from professional history to clinical genetics.
In the US these include the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) of 1988 (2), Genetic Testing Under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (3), New York State Department of Health Laboratory Standards (4), the College of American Pathologists (CAP) checklist for molecular pathology laboratories (5), the American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG) Standards and Guidelines for Clinical Genetics Laboratories (6), and a NCCLS guideline (7).
The program included a wide range of other ENT subjects, including the latest on clinical genetics and endoscopic sinus surgery.
1) Aristotelian lecture given at the 9th International Clinical Genetics Seminar, July 4, 1998, Limassol, Cyprus.
Thomson, program director of clinical genetics research at the National Human Genome Research Institute in Bethesda, Md.
OXFORD, England -- Oxford Gene Technology (OGT), provider of innovative clinical genetics and diagnostic solutions to advance molecular medicine, has today announced the appointment of a new finance director.
In addition, he said, Agilent's recent acquisition of Cartagenia enhances its bioinformatics portfolio and provides customers with access to clinical-grade data-interpretation support software to visualize, assess and report clinical genetics data in the context of patient information.
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