ACGS Best Practice Guidelines for Variant Classification in Rare Disease 2024

The recording of the "Lunch and Learn" session is now available in the BSGM Members' area

BRITISH SOCIETY FOR GENETIC MEDICINE EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION POLICY

British Society for Genetic Medicine Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy

Click here to read the recently published British Society for Genetic Medicine Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy

Lunch and learn

Logon to the members' area via the button on the top right of the BSGM homepage

This series is a monthly education offering to the whole BSGM membership.

ACGS Best Practice Guidelines for Variant Classification in Rare Disease 2024
Gene therapy for respiratory diseases
Stats Behind the Stories: what can we learn from examining the most prevalent rare conditions?
The impact of inversions and translocations from a national genome sequencing project
Characterising and predicting Huntington's disease progression: where AI meets ethics
UK citizens' jury on genome editing
BSGM AGM 2023
The Wales SWAN (Syndrome without a name) clinic: a pilot study
A roadmap to increase diversity in genomic studies
The retention of genetic family records - guidance for clinical practice


BSGM: Enabling better healthcare through genetics and genomics

 

The British Society for Genetic Medicine

BSGM is an independent professional organisation whose purpose is to support the promotion, encouragement and advancement of genetic and genomic science in clinical and research practice for the public benefit.

BSGM is an umbrella organisation of its own members and the five professional groups shown to the right. 

 

Quick links to the constituent and special interest groups of the BSGM

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