To conclude the HDR UK Multi-omics Cohorts Consortium National Implementation Project, a virtual insight sharing day will be held on Thursday 23rd February 2023, 09:30am – 12:30pm.
This event is open to all those interested in the HDR UK Multi-omics Cohorts Consortium; members of the HDR UK community, including patient and public representatives (PPIE), as well as current and future partners.
This event will feature presentations from each of the work package leads as well as ‘lessons learned’ from implementing PPIE into this data driven project.
Achievements and learnings from the project will be showcased, and the meeting aims to stimulate ideas for future work in this area in HDR UK’s second quinquennium, which will start April 2023.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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