Human Genomics in Global Health works closely with a diverse panel of Collaborating Centres, experts, as well as United Nations agencies and non-governmental organizations to provide advice, guidance, technical inputs and support on all projects in human genomics.
WHO Collaborating Centers in genomics
A Collaborating Centre is a national institute designated to form part of an international collaborative network carrying out activities in support of WHO’s mandate for international health work and its programme priorities.
The role of Collaborating Centres ranges from collecting information, applying technology, education and training to giving guidance on scientific, technical and policy issues.
Brazil - Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre
China - Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences
Cuba - Instituto Superior de Ciencias Medicas
Cyprus - Cyprus Thalassaemia Centre for Community Control of Thalassaemia, Ministry of Health
Russia - National Research Centre for Medical Genetics, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences