Have Your Say: What should never happen at your GP surgery?
Patient safety is a top priority in the NHS. We want to hear your views about this important topic and explore what can be done to prevent harm in primary care (for example in GP surgeries).
Familial breast cancer study day : An update to NICE guidelines
This training day focuses on the June 2013 updates to the NICE guidelines on familial breast cancer.
Dance event inspired by DNA - It Goes Here Now
Inspired by the cultural debate on genetic modiﬁcation and designer babies
Leadership skills study morning
This half day taster course, Leadership skills, run in partnership with Ei4Change, is aimed at professionals who require an understanding of leadership, as distinct from management.
Biomarkers in research and clinical practice
This one day course is part of Nowgen’s Stratified Medicine themed training programme.
Fundamentals of NGS and Introduction to NGS Bioinformatics
Combined courses to pay online
Genomics conference for schools
A one-day genomics conference for sixth form students, hosted at The Nowgen Centre
Diving into the Data Pool : Exploring how medical data is shared
This event is part of Manchester Science Festival; come out and play, create and experiment at this eleven day Festival
Community Open Day
The University of Manchester is opening its doors to the public to reveal some of their amazing research on life sciences and medicine.
Showcasing world-leading medical research in Manchester
Explore research in the NHS and find out why 'It's okay to ask' your doctors about research
Personalised medicine and cancer treatment
This one-day course will focus on the use of personalised medicine (pharmacogenetics) to improve the safety and efficacy of drug treatment in oncology.
Genome generation: get your students debating ethical issues
Genome Generation is a new card-based discussion activity that helps your students debate current issues in genetics and genomics and can be used with KS3 through to post-16 students.
DNA: Can it predict your future health?
Free event – open to anyone aged 16+
Bioinformatics for clinical geneticists
This two-day training course is aimed at clinical geneticists who want to gain or update their awareness and practical experience of the bioinformatics resources used in medical genetics
Familial bowel cancer study day
The day focuses on the role of primary and secondary care in delivering familial bowel cancer services.
'Hands-on' Molecular Genetics Workshop
This workshop gives post-16 students a chance to use research-quality equipment to analyse their own DNA.
A Question of Taste: Using PCR to investigate human evolution
A hands-on workshop for post-16 biology students
Bacterial evolution: A new workshop for GCSE students
Nowgen is delighted to offer a new workshop for GCSE (KS4) students, giving them the opportunity to use molecular biology techniques to examine the evolution in bacteria.
Public Open Day: find out more about medical research
Free Public Open Day at The Nowgen Centre
Public Partnership for Better Clinical Research Outcomes
Do you question why public engagement matters or consider the value of public involvement in research? Are you concerned about patient recruitment and retention in research studies?
'Meet the Scientists' for A-level biology students
This experience focuses on contemporary research in genetics and genomics and is open to and appropriate for all A-level biology students.
Meet the .... Biomedical Scientists
Would you like to play with some DNA? We’ll show you what this marvellous molecule looks like. You’ll be able to extract DNA from different living things and build a model of the famous double helix.
Field of genes: DNA testing to find future Olympic champions
A new DNA test is claiming to provide information about an individual’s athletic strengths. Find out more about this new technology and discuss your views on how these tests should be used.
Biomarkers in research and clinical practice.
CMFT and UoM staff discounted pricing
Bioinformatics for genetics scientists
Our two-and-a-half day course reflects the new direction of diagnostic genetics in light of recent innovations and Modernising Science Careers.
Introduction to NGS bioinformatics.
includes CMFT and UoM FMHS staff discount
Personalised medicine and cancer treatment
CMFT and UoM staff discounted pricing.
This 6 month intensive course, run in partnership with Ei4Change is designed to ensure that new change is implemented and managed in such a way that it becomes a way of life.