Do you have questions on:
- the 100,000 Genomes Project
- taking part in the project
- the tests that may happen to patients’ samples
- any other area of clinical genetics?
Then please ask our experts! Simply type your question in the form below, then submit it to our team.
We will seek to find an answer and reply to you within one month. We post previously submitted questions and answers as they come in, so please see if your question has already been answered. The questions will be anonymous, so your details will remain confidential.
How to find out more about the 100,000 Genomes Project:
1. Talk to your hospital doctor
The best thing to do is to speak to your hospital doctor and clinical care team to:
- Find out whether your rare disease or recently-diagnosed cancer is currently included in the 100,000 Genomes Project.
- Discuss any questions you or your close family members may have.
2. Contact us
If you have further questions about the 100,000 Genomes Project please get in touch. You can use the form above or contact any of our East of England recruitment teams (Cambridge, Leicester, Nottingham and Norwich) on email@example.com or tel 01223 254292 / 254630.
3. Visit the Genomics England website
Up-to-date information on the 100,000 Genomes Project across the country can be found on the national Genomics England website.
You can email your questions to the national Genomics England team: firstname.lastname@example.org.