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DPhil in Genomic Medicine and Statistics

The Wellcome funded four year DPhil Programme in Genomic Medicine and Statistics trains future scientific leaders who will work at the cutting edge of genomics in biomedical research and enable effective delivery into the clinic. The application cycle for entry in 2018 opens 1 September 2017.

Recent publications

Vaccines against Ebola virus. Vaccine. Article

Using Genomic Information to Guide Ibrutinib Treatment Decisions in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis. Pharmacoeconomics, 35 (8), pp. 845-858. Article

STOCHASTIC MODELLING AND INFERENCE IN ELECTRONIC HOSPITAL DATABASES FOR THE SPREAD OF INFECTIONS: CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE TRANSMISSION IN OXFORDSHIRE HOSPITALS 2007-2010 ANNALS OF APPLIED STATISTICS, 11 (2), pp. 655-679. Article

CRISPR-Cas orthologues and variants: optimizing the repertoire, specificity and delivery of genome engineering tools. Mamm Genome, 28 (7-8), pp. 247-261. Article

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New identification of candidate disease genes

New identification of candidate disease genes

Updated 08/09/2017

A new study from the JDRF/Wellcome Diabetes and Inflammation Laboratory has identified several novel disease associated candidate genes, which are differentially expressed during T cell activation, using a genome-wide approach to identify contacts between promoters and regulatory sequences containing disease-associated SNPs.

New avenue in microbial defence in newborn children

New avenue in microbial defence in newborn children

Updated 18/08/2017

Although naive human T cells underpin the adaptive arm of the immune system, Marcin Pekalski and colleagues have discovered that these cells express innate complement receptors, opening a new avenue in microbial defence in newborn children.

Breaking boundaries in our DNA

Breaking boundaries in our DNA

Updated 25/07/2017

A study co-led by Dr Ben Davies using CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing tools to explore the function of non-coding DNA and its contribution to defining cell identity has been published today in Nature Cell Biology.

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