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High profile seminars

Ines Barroso

Friday 24 April 12:00  ‘Genes and metabolism:  What lessons have we learned so far?’ Dr Inês  Barroso, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and University of Cambridge Metabolic Research Laboratories.

Paul de Bakker

Friday 1 May 12:00  ‘Genetic associations in the MHC’ Professor Paul de Bakker, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology and Bioinformatics, UMC Utrecht Brain Center Rudolf Magnus, The Netherlands.

T Hudson

Friday 29 May 12:00 The DNA of Early Cancers’ Professor Tom Hudson, President, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Toronto, Canada.

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Recent publications

Genomic medicine at the heart of diabetes management. Diabetologia
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Evaluation of the Efficacy of ChAd63-MVA Vectored Vaccines Expressing Circumsporozoite Protein and ME-TRAP Against Controlled Human Malaria Infection in Malaria-Naive Individuals. J Infect Dis , 211 (7)
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The genetics of diabetic complications. Nat Rev Nephrol
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News

Major depression leaves a metabolic mark

Major depression leaves a metabolic mark

Updated 23/04/2015

Major depression comes with an unexpected metabolic signature, according to new evidence reported by Na Cai and Jonathan Flint of WTCHG, together with an international team of colleagues. Their findings in humans and mice offer new insight into the ...

Prize for work on colorectal cancer

Prize for work on colorectal cancer

Updated 21/04/2015

Simon Leedham, CRUK Clinician Scientist Fellow at WTCHG and the Translational Gastroenterology Unit, has been named as the recipient of the Sir Francis Avery-Jones BSG Research Award for 2015. The award is made annually by the British Society of ...

Crucial role for repair protein in cancer therapy

Crucial role for repair protein in cancer therapy

Updated 21/04/2015

A study by the Netherlands Cancer Institute, in collaboration with international researchers including Ross Chapman of WTCHG, has discovered why some tumours develop resistance to an important class of anti-cancer drugs. In the normal course of the ...


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WTCHG blog

Recent posts

World Malaria Day 25 April 2015: Roberto Amato on keeping pace with parasite genetics

The genetic roots of modern America: George Busby comments on a recent study of the fine genetic structure of American populations.

High-performance computing at WTCHG: Robert Esnouf introduces the new compute cluster.