Mark Bale - Genomics England

Mark Bale

Mark Bale is Deputy Head of Health Science and Bioethics, Department of Health and Policy Fellow, Centre for Science and Policy. He leads on a number of key emerging healthcare science areas and their ethical, legal and policy implications. He is also Head of Profession for Scientists and Engineers and a Deputy to the Chief Scientific Adviser, Dame Sally Davies. Mark’s current priorities are supporting the delivery of the 100,000 Genomes Project initiative, which includes the establishment of Genomics England to deliver the project working, closely with NHS England and Health Education England.

Mark Bale

Mark Bale gives his talk on the 100,000 Genomes Project at the Centre for Personalised Medicine's conference, 'Big Data, Ethics and the Market' on 20th June 2016.