In late 2015 the genomic laboratory at Kings College Hospital developed a next generation sequencing gene panel containing 200 genes associated with red cell disorders. Over 350 patient samples have now been analysed and reported. A half day meeting has been organised to review some of the cases that have been diagnosed using genetic testing. The cases highlight the diagnostic utility of the gene panel and demonstrate how this new technology is providing a diagnosis for these rare conditions.
This meeting would be useful to scientific and clinical staff interested in red cell haematology and genetic diagnosis.
If you would like to attend please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place. We are unable to help with travel costs.
Our venue will be the Lecture Theatre, Lower Ground Floor, Harris Birthright Fetal Medicine Research Unit, King’s College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London