Manuel Corpas: University of Westminster, UK
Dr Manuel Corpas is a lecturer in Genomics at the University of Westminster, London, and serves as Scientific Director of Cambridge Precision Medicine, a company associated with the Cambridge University business accelerator (ideaSpace). Manuel is an expert in providing clinical genomics interpretation services to healthcare institutions. He is also a visiting tutor/lecturer at the University of Cambridge and director of the expert course in clinical genetics and personalized medicine at the International University of La Rioja.
Segun Fatumo: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK
Dr. Segun Fatumo is an Associate Professor of Genetic Epidemiology and Bioinformatics at the MRC/UVR Uganda and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) in the UK, where he leads The African Computational Genomics (TACG) Research group. Dr Fatumo’s research broadly focuses on the genetic impact of non-communicable diseases in Africa, with particular interest in assessing the impact of genetic variation on kidney function, diabetes, lipid metabolism and a range of cardiovascular diseases. He co-leads major genomics programmes in Africa including the Uganda Genome Resource, Malawi Genome Resource and the Nigerian 100K Genome Project.
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