Philippine Genome Center’s virtual conference on December 10, 2020. More information about this event: https://bit.ly/Program_1PGC2020 OnePGC 2020 phgenome Communications Team
PGC’s CGL Lab Manager and Clinical Health Officer Dr. Marc Edsel C. Ayes explains the function of the Clinical Genomics Laboratory and its role in the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. Dr. Ayes also provides a brief explanation about Mass Testing.
The Philippine Genome Center is a multidisciplinary research and service unit of the University of the Philippines for health, agriculture, biodiversity, and the environment.
The above video is a news coverage by Bandila, ABS-CBN News
The Biotek-M™ Dengue Aqua Kit is a diagnostic test designed to detect dengue infections in serum/plasma samples.
GenomeTV is the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) collection of video resources. A wide variety of videos is available, from lectures, to news documentaries, to full video collections of meetings that tackle the research, issues and clinical applications of genomic research.
October 1, 2015 marked the 25th anniversary of the launch of the Human Genome Project. To commemorate this anniversary in a fashion that showcases the rich history of the Human Genome Project and the field of genomics over the last quarter-century, the NHGRI History of Genomics Program is hosting a seminar series entitled “A Quarter Century after the Human Genome Project’s Launch: Lessons Beyond the Base Pairs.”
Winner of the Royal College of Science Union Science Challenge 2013 Video Competition — to create a video for the general public to explain a science topic of choice in an engaging way.
The living world runs on genomic software – what Dawn Field and Neil Davies call the ‘biocode’ – the sum of all DNA on Earth. In Biocode, they tell the story of a new age of scientific discovery: the growing global effort to read and map the biocode, and what that might mean for the future.
Regents’ Lecture, 1/24/13
The field of medicine is changing rapidly, and Genomic Medicine is at the forefront of that change.
Most researchers believe genomics is the key to dealing with cancer, heart disease, diabetes and more. Since much of the research that is done at UC Berkeley is basic scientific research, the field of genomics is heavily studied on campus.