ELSI 2.0 Webinars

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Getting involved with ELSI2.0

This youtube video, produced by our Early Career Researcher's Network, outlines the ambition of ELSI2.0, and the reasons you should become a member.

Get involved


Please join our community. ELSI2.0 is open to everyone, and best of all, it's free! There are loads of ways to participate, but only 1 way to get started:


Become a member

By joining our maillist you will become a member of ELSI2.0. The maillist is used as our main form of communication and will be used to keep you updated on the Network's activity.  Anyone on the maillist can send group emails, enabling you to communicate with a global network of people with an interest in ELSI genomics.  Click here to become a member.



Ask a question

This website is designed to provide an overview of ELSI2.0 activity, as our window to the outside world. If you are not able to find the information you require, or have a more general query, please do not hesitate to get in touch.



Upcoming meeting:

        Genome ELSI Kyoto November 2017: International Symposium on Genomics and Society        


Learn about recent developments in ELSI2.0 by viewing our annual report, February 2017

         Annual report available now!        


During our Inaugural Conference in June 2015 articles were invited for a BMC Thematic Collection on Translation in Healthcare. The first of these articles are available now with others to be added over the coming months. Click on the link below to read the manuscripts.

         BMC Thematic Collection: Translation in Healthcare: Exploring the Ethical, Legal and Social Issues       



Learn about recent developments in ELSI2.0 by viewing our annual report

         Annual report available now!        


The inaugural ELSI2.0 international conference explored the topic of Translation in Healthcare, and took place in Oxford, UK, from 23-25 June 2015

         Powerpoint presentations and final plenary available online!        



ELSI2.0 has received generous support from P3G and The Global Health Network. You can learn more about these organisations by clicking on the links below.

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