Facing up to the genomic gap: Tackling equality and diversity in genomics

Genomic research has traditionally been focused on caucasian populations, which leads to inherent biases in genomic findings translated into clinical research. Underrepresentation of other populations in genomic datasets and biobanking endeavours leads to genomic medicine services being underutilized and inaccessible to these communities. This webinar is part of the popular Genetics of webinar series and will discuss the challenge of equality and diversity in genomic research and clinical settings.

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