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The Human Variome Project

An NGO maintaining operational relations with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)

The Human Variome Project is an international non-governmental organisation that is working to ensure that all information on genetic variation and its effect on human health can be collected, curated, interpreted and shared freely and openly.

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HVP Project Roadmap 2016-2020

Project Roadmap 2016-2020 will present an overarching strategic plan for the Human Variome Project covering the outcomes the Project will seek to achieve, how the Project will structure itself to best achieve these outcomes and how the Project will position itself over the coming years to respond to new and emerging developments in the medical genetics and genomics field.

As part of the development process for Project Roadmap 2016-2020, the Human Variome Project is inviting HVP Consortium Members and the public to provide comment on some existing and emerging themes that might be considered in the 2016-2020 Roadmap. The consultation takes the form of an online survey. Submissions can be made until 31 October, 2015.

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Richard GH Cotton

Richard G.H. Cotton HVPI Memorial Fund

In memory of our Founding Patron, the Human Variome Project has established the Richard G.H. Cotton HVPI Memorial Fund to support the ongoing coordination work of the Human Variome Project International Coordinating Office.