Saghira Malik Sharif, PhD by Portfolio: Enhancing inclusion of the British Pakistani Population in Clinical Genomics Research: Development of a Competence framework.
Joanne Swidenbank, KESS PhD student: Developing the health workforce in genomics: a longitudinal, cross-Wales, multicentre, interdisciplinary case study.
Professor Dhavendra Kumar is a Visiting Professor, Genomic Policy Unit, Faculty of Life Sciences & Education, The University of South Wales and Consultant in Clinical Genetics at the University Hospital of Wales, Institute of Medical Genetics, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom. He is one of the Consultants for the All Wales Medical Genetics Service and the lead Clinician for Clinical Cardiovascular Genetics.
Dr Rhian Morgan, Visiting Fellow
Rhian is the Senior Education and Engagement Officer at Wales Gene Park where she helps to deliver a busy genetics and genomics programme to the public, schools and colleges, health professionals and patients and families affected by rare and genetic conditions. She is working with Genomics Partnership Wales to help deliver engagement around Welsh Government’s Genomics for Precision Medicine strategy, launched in 2017. Previously she worked with individuals and families affected by genetic conditions as the Project Officer for the Genomics Policy Unit’s Telling Stories Understanding Real Life Genetics project.