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An integrated approach to defining genetic and environmental determinants for major clinical outcomes involving vitamin D Molecular Diagnosis and Therapy , 18 (3)
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Common or rare variants for complex traits? Biol Psychiatry , 75 (10)
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Genetic control of differential acetylation in diabetic rats. PLoS One , 9 (4)
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News

A fast, accurate tool for sequence analysis

A fast, accurate tool for sequence analysis

Updated 14/07/2014

Whole-genome sequencing promises to transform the search for genetic variants that might aid diagnosis in patients with a wide variety of diseases. A software tool developed at WTCHG brings this promise a step closer to reality by offering a quick ...

Same genes drive maths and reading ability

Same genes drive maths and reading ability

Updated 07/07/2014

Around half of the genes that influence how well a child can read also play a role in their mathematics ability, say scientists from UCL, the WTCHG (lead author Chris Spencer) and King’s College London who led a study into the genetic basis of ...

Centre scientists in ‘highly cited’ list

Centre scientists in ‘highly cited’ list

Updated 07/07/2014

Four scientists who work at WTCHG, or who did until recently, have been listed by Thomson Reuters as ‘highly cited researchers’. They are the Director, Peter Donnelly, Cecilia Lindgren, Mark McCarthy and Jonathan Marchini. Two hundred authors ...

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Podcast: Welcome to WTCHG

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WTCHG brochure

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The WTCHG has produced a 64-page brochure introducing the work of its research groups, its history and its international collaborations. You can read it here, or for a hard copy please contact us here.

Centre for Personalised Medicine

The  Centre for Personalised Medicine is a joint initiative of the WTCHG and St Anne's College.

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