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Haplotype estimation for biobank-scale data sets. Nat Genet. Article

Erratum to: Genetic Biomarkers of Barrett's Esophagus Susceptibility and Progression to Dysplasia and Cancer: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Dig Dis Sci. Article

Multi-ethnic genome-wide association study identifies novel locus for type 2 diabetes susceptibility. Eur J Hum Genet. Article

Predicting the geographical distributions of the macaque hosts and mosquito vectors of Plasmodium knowlesi malaria in forested and non-forested areas. Parasit Vectors, 9 (1). Article

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Oxfordshire Science Festival 2016

OSF

Our events:

Sat 25th June

Method in the Motion
An evening of scientific talks combined with inspirational dance.

Ceilidh: Let's (DNA)CE!
Become a molecule and dance the night away at our Ceilidh night.

Wed 29th June

Is Genetic Engineering Of Humans Ethically Justified?
We provide the technical background for this interesting public debate.

Thurs 30th June

Shakespeare's Tonic: Medicine and the Bard
Live Shakespeare combined with the history, and future, of medicine!

Sun 3rd July

Level Up Human!
A light hearted look at what it means to be human, and what the alternatives might be with science writer and broadcater Simon Watt.

New BMP regulation paper published in Scientific Reports

New BMP regulation paper published in Scientific Reports

Updated 22/06/2016

A new paper detailing the Bhattacharya group's work on BMP regulation has just been published in Scientific Reports. 

Genes that increase children's risk of blood infection identified

Genes that increase children's risk of blood infection identified

Updated 27/05/2016
A global network of researchers, coordinated from the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics in Oxford, therefore carried out a genome-wide association study to identify which genes might be associated with an increased likelihood of developing bacteraemia.Dr Zam Iqbal in Blueprint magazine

Dr Zam Iqbal in Blueprint magazine

Updated 25/05/2016

Dr Zamin Iqbal tells Tom Calver how his computing background helps him develop tools to track disease strains and determine drug resistance

New website explores women's experiences of science careers

New website explores women's experiences of science careers

Updated 13/05/2016

What is the key to success for women who work in science? A new website delves into the various experiences of successful women scientists at the University of Oxford, including WTCHG group leaders Prof. Anna Gloyn, Prof. Krina Zondervan, and Prof. Barbara Casadei.

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