Genomic applications in Medicine & Health

The Genomic Medicine Foundation (UK) is a registered non-profit corporate organization providing up to date and evidence-based information on all aspects of OMICS and Genomics relevant to the contemporary practice in clinical and preventive medicine and healthcare. The Foundation undertakes a number of professional activities including publishing books & journals, organizing dedicated educational conferences, seminars and symposia on genetics & genomics, advise and consultancy on genomic research projects and providing information to the lay public, press and media. The Foundation shares its objectives and works in partnership with several international genomics and biotechnological organizations for improving the global health and enhancing the socio-economic progress in many developing and less developed nations.

The Fourth Indian Cancer Genetic Conference & Workshop (ICGCW 2018) & The Third Indo-UK Cancer Genetics Conference

3-10 December 2018, Advance Centre for Treatment, Research, Education in Cancer (ACTREC), Tata Memorial Centre, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

This event is part of the continued seminars and conferences led by the Indo UK Genetic Education Forum, a major initiative of the GMF-UK. As the Chair of the forum and member of the scientific committee, Professor Kumar played a key role in this most successful professional and educational event largely focusing on common and rare cancers managed by the iconic and prestigious Tata Memorial Cancer Hospital in Mumbai. He delivered the Plenary Lecture on ‘Genomic Education in Developing Countries’. He shared his views on the organization and delivery of the modified curriculum and format for the genetic and genomic education best suited to low and fast emerging economies of the developing world.

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