The Clinical Genetics Society

Remembering Dr Carol Gardiner

It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our friend and colleague Dr Carol Gardiner who passed away from breast cancer on the 18th October. Her contribution to the field of Clinical Genetics both in England and Scotland will never be forgotten by her colleagues and patients. Our deepest condolences to her close friends and family. In keeping with Carole’s wishes, a collection for donation to St Margaret’s Hospice is being arranged. For those who wish to donate, please contact the BSGM directly.

The Clinical Genetics Society (CGS) aims to advance and promote the science and practice of Clinical Genetics and support & facilitate education for the genetics community, other healthcare professionals, and the wider public. We believe in equality in the delivery of care for our patients and equality int the field of Clinical Genetics for all involved healthcare professionals. Click here to read the CGS equality statement.

Become a Member

Joining the CGS offers a range of benefits including eligibility to apply for travel awards to meetings, access to educational resources and helpful information and much more.

In order to joint the CGS, you will need to be a member of the BSGM. Visit the BSGM Membership page for more details.


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