The 100,000 Genomes Project

King’s Health Partners (as part of Genomics Network Alliance) is one of 11 new centres chosen to deliver the 100,000 Genome Project. This national project involves collecting and decoding 100,000 complete sets of people’s genes to learn more about common forms of cancer and rare diseases.

This collection of links has been compiled to help you learn more about the project and the impact of genomics on healthcare. Those new to the field can choose from short introductory videos and recent news articles to structured self-paced e-learning or taught courses. There are also expert presentations, research papers and genome databases for clinicians and researchers.

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