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Public Health Genomics Foundation appoints Former Forum Researcher

08.02.2012

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Congratulations to Dr Nina Hallowell on her new role.

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We extend our congratulations to Dr Nina Hallowell on her recent appointment as Programme Lead at the Public Health Genomics (PHG) Foundation in Cambridge.

With experience in the ethical and social implications of DNA testing, Nina was previously an Associated Senior Research Fellow at the Genomics Forum before visiting Australia as a Leverhulme Fellow working on a number of projects in cancer genetics.

Her new role at the PHG Foundation will see her involved in policy related work on the responsible translation of genomic technologies into clinical practice.

2012 marks the PHG Foundation's 15th anniversary.

Founded in 1997 as the Public Health Genetics Unit it was the first UK and European centre for public health genomics. An independent, non-profit, international organisation the Foundation believes in the potential of biomedical science and genomics to transform human well-being. With a mission to enable advances in biomedicine and genomics to be responsibly translated into effective ways to prevent illness and provide healthcare that is accessible to all on the basis of their vulnerabilities and needs. Together with developing major programmes the Foundation hosts public engagement events.

Learn more at PHG Foundation website

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Nina Hallowell