RCPCH Webinar: Genomics in paediatrics – Clinical Case studies from the clinic

This webinar will provide RCPCH members with key case study examples of where genomics has been used in a clinical setting, across different specialities. Each speaker will focus on 1-2 key examples, explaining the benefits that genomics has provided in each case study.
Date: -
Time: -
Free to attend

Learning outcomes

  • Increase awareness of education and training resources
  • Give examples of case studies that may be applicable to their own clinic
  • Gain a greater understanding of how the use of genomics can be beneficial
  • Understand that genomics is cross-cutting through multiple specialties

Target audience

  • General Paediatricians
  • Paediatric trainees/fellows/SAS
  • Community Paediatricians
  • Paediatric SPIN/subspecialists
  • Midwives and Health Visitors
  • GPs & GP trainees

UK specific as largely aimed at use of the National Genomics Test Directory (England predominant but similar principle in devolved nations)


Dr Ngozi Edi-Osagie

Dr Edi-Osagie is a consultant neonatologist in St Mary’s hospital in Manchester Foundation Trust. She is the RCPCH Officer for Genomics and chairs the Genomics Working Group.

Dr Gabriel Whitlingum

Dr Varsha Chayapathi

Dr Katherine Lachlan

We would like to thank the NHSE Genomics Education Programme for supporting this webinar by way of an educational grant. NHSE have no editorial input.

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