Genomics & Us: The Future Of Genomic Medicine

LifeLab event - Genomics & Us: The Future Of Genomic Medicine (Cambridge)

Friday 28 September | 6.30pm–8pm | Talk | For adults (16+)​ | Free

Join Ewan Birney, Director of the European Bioinformatics Institute and a panel of leading scientists who will each share two things they believe will be different in society and medicine in the next 10 years as a result of genomics. An audience discussion will follow the panel debate.

Venue: Babbage Lecture Theatre

Location: CB2 3QF

Date: Friday 28 September

Time: 6.30pm–8pm

Age: For adults (16+)​

Event Type: Talk

Cost: Free

Booking info: Booking required (see link at foot of page)

A lot has changed in the last 10 years, imagine what will be different in another 10? Come join us for an evening discussion with researchers working in the field of genomics and see how they think their work will impact society and medicine. You might be surprised at what’s already possible, as well as by what’s on its way.

Hear the possibilities and limitations from the point of view of our panel – including Ewan Birney, Director of the European Bioinformatics Institute – before having your say about the world you want to be living in a decade from now. After all science and technology aren’t just things that happen behind closed doors, together they help shape the future of everyone.