WTCHG Director Peter Donnelly has recorded an interview about work-life balance at the Centre with Jenny Taylor, chair of the Gender Equality Committee at the centre.
Friday 16 January 12:00 ‘Understanding cellular heterogeneity’ Dr Sarah Teichmann, European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI), Hinxton, Cambridge
Friday 20 February 12:00
‘Title TBC’ Professor Austin Smith, Wellcome Trust – MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, University of Cambridge
The genetic architecture of psychophysiological phenotypes. Psychophysiology , 51 (12)
Transcriptomic profiling facilitates classification of response to influenza challenge. J Mol Med (Berl)
PCNA mutation affects DNA repair not replication. Cell Cycle , 13 (20)
Today’s Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) results confirm the University of Oxford’s world leading position in medical sciences research. Clinical Medicine ranked top for the overall quality of submissions along with Public Health Service, and Primary Care and Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience.
Researchers at the WTCHG have discovered a new mechanism that triggers the development of tumours in the large intestine. The work could have major implications for the design of therapeutic strategies against colorectal cancers. The cells that ...
A paper from 2001 by Centre Director Peter Donnelly has been selected by the American Journal of Human Genetics as one of 10 classic papers published in the 65 years of its history. A special issue containing these papers was distributed at the ...More news
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