G2MC Working Groups & Flagship Projects
G2MC is made up of three working groups that contribute to G2MC’s flagship projects. Select a working group or flagship project below to learn more about the activities of these groups and how you can get involved.
The Education Working Group aims to assess and facilitate educational activities to prepare providers in the implementation of genomic medicine in clinical practice worldwide.
The Evidence Working Group aims to monitor evidence of the clinical utility of genomic medicine and to promote awareness about current evidence available to support genomic medicine.
The Policy Working Group seeks to analyze policy issues in the implementation of genomic tools and knowledge into health care delivery.
Promoting the benefits of family health history for patient self-knowledge, family sharing, public screening, pre-screening for genetic testing in a clinical setting, and research.
Developing strategies for implementing pharmacogenomics data and best practices into clinical use.
Implementing evidence-based exome sequencing for the diagnosis of rare uncharacterized and undiagnosed diseases in low and middle-income countries.