The CPM is a partnership between the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics and St Anne’s College at the University of Oxford. Harnessing and integrating the power of molecular technology to tailor healthcare is at the cutting edge of modern clinical medicine. The CPM was formed to engage clinicians, academics, students and the public with the benefits and challenges of this integration.
Tue 16 & Wed 17 May: Pint of Science Oxford
Mon 12 June & Tue13 June: Intellectual Property, Ethics & the Market
Mon 11 September & Tue 12 September: Oxford IBD Masterclass 2017
Farewell to our JRF We say goodbye to Junior Research Fellow Martijn van de Bunt as he moves to a new role in Denmark. Martijn's enthusiasm and hard work within St Anne's College will be missed. Here he is pictured with the Centre's Administration team, Catherine Lidbetter and Thea Perry.
On the move! The CPM Administration team, Catherine Lidbetter and Thea Perry, said farewell to their old office at St Anne's College and moved to the college's brand new Library and Academic Centre on 13 December 2016. Image credit Keith Barnes Photography.
Read a recent interview with the CPM Director Professor Simon Leedham on his research into intestinal stem cells and cancer.
The CPM's Annual Report (downloadable pdf) details the CPM's activities in its 3rd year.