Global Genomic Medicine Consortium (G2MC)
Convening communities, advancing implementation, improving health
G2MC is an international community formed to advance the implementation of genomic medicine and improve health for all.
It is our mission to leverage and nurture global expertise, create practical, real world solutions, and disseminate knowledge for implementing genomic medicine in diverse settings around the world.
7th G2MC International Conference, 2023
We are excited to share that the Global Genomic Medicine Consortium (G2MC) 7th International Conference will be held October 2-4, 2023 in Geneva, Switzerland. For those unable to attend in person, we will also be incorporating virtual sessions.
HOW WE WORK
Connect and Collaborate. Create Implementation Opportunities. Contribute to Demonstration Projects.
Our community is comprised of health professionals, scientists, educators, and policy makers in over 35 countries. We collaborate to demonstrate the value and the effective use of genomics in medicine. Join us to share and learn best practices.
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
📍THIS APRIL🗓️ Our colleages @GA4GH have opened applications for the next cohort of Driver Projects. Deadline is APRIL 30th! Interested? Check out our info and registration page: #genomics #genomicopportunities https://t.co/hCq9vEAfg8Read More
Obtaining a better understanding of the key role gut microbiota plays in human health, and how the Unified Human Gastrointestinal Genome (#UHGG) collection is doing just that. ~~ Read on below: ~~ #genomics #guthealthRead More
G2MC has permanent functional groups including subcommittees, flagship projects, and an affinity group. For Non-G2MC members, we encourage you to preview our interest form, ! Our teams are always growing, and we'd love to hear from you! #Genomics https://t.co/QAovC3EZr3Read More
From the UK, 100,000 newborn babies (roughly 1 in 12) will have their genomes sequenced in a massive undertaking. Read up below on Genomics England's (@GenomicsEngland) potentially groundbreaking project: #genomics #genomicsuk #genomesequencingRead More
Friday Reading☕ “How to Sabbatical Successfully (and Reinvigorate Your Career)?” authored by Prof. Juergen Reichardt, a member of the G2MC leadership team, was recently published in Methods and Protocols. @MPs_MDPI #Methods #Protocols #SpringBreak https://t.co/ArwFtpjGXWRead More
▶️Duke's Precision Medicine Forum Series is taking a mid-season break. However, before the next entry in April, you can watch all past webinars via their website! Watch past entries here 🔽 #Duke #PrecisionMedicineRead More
20 years ago, the Human Genome Project was finalized -- yet two decades on we are still missing the genetic information of most of the planet. From the BBC's 'Beyond the Genome Series,' where we are with these genome gaps: #BBCFuture #HumanGenomeProjectRead More
Our very own Catalina Lopez-Correa (@clopezcorrea) has been nominated for the #YWCA Women of Distinction Awards presented by @scotiabank, honoring extraordinary women leaders and businesses. An enormous congratulations, Catalina! You can vote here:Read More
This quarter, we highlighted Early Career Investigator Tania Vasquez, a House Officer located in Brooklyn, New York. Our ECI Profiles aim to highlight those invigorating the next era of #GenomicMedicine. Read Tania's story here: #Genomics https://t.co/ipU2F6m3m0Read More
RT @clopezcorrea: Dear Tweeps! I have been nominated for the YWCA Women of Distinction Award for Research Science & Technology They are a…Read More
Making an Impact
G2MC is an independent not-for-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Our mission to improve global health through the implementation of genomic tools and knowledge into health care delivery can only be advanced through the support of our sponsors and funders. Click below for more information on becoming a sponsor or providing a donation, including sponsorship benefit levels.