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Recent publications

Re-engineering the zinc fingers of PRDM9 reverses hybrid sterility in mice. Nature. Article

Crystal Structure of the Herpesvirus Nuclear Egress Complex Provides Insights into Inner Nuclear Membrane Remodeling. Cell Rep, 13 (12). Article

Rapid antibiotic-resistance predictions from genome sequence data for Staphylococcus aureus and Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Nat Commun, 6. Article

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Work Experience


The WTCHG has launched it's work experience programme, which will take place August 22nd - 26th. For more information, see our work experience page.

The origin of a species

The origin of a species

Updated 11/02/2016
A paper in Nature describes how a study led by Professor Peter Donnelly and Professor Simon Myers and first-authored by Dr Ben Davies uncovered the key role played by a single gene in how groups of animals diverge to form new species.Centre member writes for The Conversation

Centre member writes for The Conversation

Updated 14/01/2016

As part of the University of Oxford's partnership with The Conversation, centre member George Busby has written an article on how we're using genetic information to track the history of human migration.

Picture is Marion Doss/FlickrCC BY-SA

WTCHG researcher interviewed for latest NDM video

WTCHG researcher interviewed for latest NDM video

Updated 14/01/2016

Dr Antonia Velayos-Baeza, part of the Monaco lab at the WTCHG, has been interviewed for the latest Nuffield Department of Medicine video series where he speaks about his research. 

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Centre for Personalised Medicine

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The Centre for Personalised Medicine is a joint initiative of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics and St Anne's College.

WTCHG blog

Recent posts

My best scientific presentation: Post-doc Irina Pulyakhina talks about her experience with storytelling

Learning the art of genetics: Work experience students Katherine Ferris and Jonny Hughes describe their recent week at the Centre

Retreat and revive: Patrick Albers reports on the recent student and post-doc retreat

Work at the Centre

Currently recruiting in the Bioinformatics and Statistical Genetics core:

Senior Software Developer in Bioinformatics

Senior Bioinformatician in Single Cell Genomics

Single-Cell Integrative and Systems Genomics Modeller