Arthur Hardman

Arthur Hardman - Patient Panel Member
Arthur Hardman

“I live on the outskirts of Leeds and have done so all my life. I worked as a TV/VCR engineer for 41 years and have been retired now for almost 8 years.”

“Although I have no family history of any genetic health problems, or immediate connection to anyone with inherited genetic health problems, I believe that one day this type of dedicated research will be immensely beneficial to world health.”

“I became a member of the GMC PPI Panel in Yorkshire and Humber as an interested  Lay Person in the hope that I might be of help in some small way though considering the topics involved in this 100,000 genome project and how it should be best achieved to benefit and protect patients.”

Join our panel!

We are extremely keen to hear from as broad a section of the population we serve as possible. You can find out more about our panel, and how to join by visiting our page here or by contacting Debbie Beirne on d.a.beirne@leeds.ac.uk