Genetic Alliance UK’s Genome Editing project
Last Reviewed 10/12/2016
June 13, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
We want to get the views of parents who have undiagnosed children. Get involved in Genetic Alliance UK’s Genome Editing project by taking part in four workshops.
Genetic Alliance UK will be holding four workshops in central London between January and May 2017 focusing on different topics relating to genome editing.
People affected by rare, genetic and undiagnosed conditions are likely to benefit from genome editing and research around it in the future. Genetic Alliance UK wants to make sure that the language used by researchers, clinicians and the media is clear and easy to understand for patients.
Recruitment is open until Wednesday 14 December.
If you’d like to share this with others who may be interested in taking part please click here to see our resources.
You can also read Genetic Alliance UK’s new report, ‘Genome editing technologies: the patient perspective’, here.