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Searching for the human genetic factors standing in the way of universally effective vaccines. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci , 370 (1671)
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A fluorescent bimolecular complementation screen reveals MAF1, RNF7 and SETD3 as PCNA-associated proteins in human cells. Cell Cycle , 14 (15)
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Microenvironmental control of stem cell fate in intestinal homeostasis and disease. J Pathol
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Centre scientists distinguished

Centre scientists distinguished

Updated 13/08/2015

We are delighted to announce that the following have been honoured with Recognition of Distinction awards from the University of Oxford, which carry the title of Professor: Krina Zondervan has been appointed Professor of Reproductive and Genomic ...

First genetic links to clinical depression

First genetic links to clinical depression

Updated 16/07/2015

For the first time, researchers have identified specific genetic clues that might underlie susceptibility to clinical depression. The findings are the result of an international collaboration led by Jonathan Flint of WTCHG and Kenneth Kendler of ...

21st birthday party at WTCHG

21st birthday party at WTCHG

Updated 29/06/2015

The Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics was founded in 1994, one of the first of a cluster of new biomedical research laboratories to be established on the Churchill Hospital site in Headington. Launching a series of events and activities to ...

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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

Facing our public: Brian Mackenwells on taking genetics to town at the Cheltenham Science Festival

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