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Acknowledgements

Find out more about the contributors to the University of Exeter's 'Genomic Medicine: Transforming Patient Care in Diabetes' course in this article.
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The team would like to thank the following people for their contribution to the course:

Dr Pam Bowman, Academic Clinical Fellow

Anna Bussell, Genetic Technologist at Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

Kevin Colclough, Clinical Scientist at Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

Michael Day, Genetic Technologist at Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Elisa De Franco, Research Fellow

Dr Sarah Flanagan, Sir Henry Dale Research Fellow

Professor Tim Frayling, Professor of Human Genetics

Professor Lorna Harries, Associate Professor in Molecular Genetics

Professor Andrew Hattersley, Professor of Molecular Medicine & Consultant Physician

Dan Humphries, patient

Matt Johnson, PhD student

Pia Leete, Associate Research Fellow

Aamisha Kyada, Assistant Genetic Technologist at Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Jayne Houghton, Clinical Scientist at Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust, and Honorary Research Fellow

Dr Tim McDonald, Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer

Jack and Emma Neighbour, patient

Martina Owens, Clinical Scientist at Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

Melissa Sloman, Clinical Scientist at Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

Tom Staniford, patient

Dr Carolyn Tysoe, Clinical Scientist

Dr Matthew Wakeling, Research Fellow

Professor Mike Weedon, Associate Professor in Bioinformatics

Dr Hannah Welters, Lecturer

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