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The Threshold of Protection from Liver-Stage Malaria Relies on a Fine Balance between the Number of Infected Hepatocytes and Effector CD8+ T Cells Present in the Liver. J Immunol. Article

Shared and Distinct Aspects of the Sepsis Transcriptomic Response to Fecal Peritonitis and Pneumonia. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. Article

switchde: Inference of switch-like differential expression along single-cell trajectories. Bioinformatics. Article

Whole genome sequencing of Plasmodium falciparum from dried blood spots using selective whole genome amplification. Malar J, 15 (1), pp. 597. Article

XGR software for enhanced interpretation of genomic summary data, illustrated by application to immunological traits. Genome Med, 8 (1), pp. 129. Article

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Centre director speaking on Royal Society panel

Centre director speaking on Royal Society panel

Updated 09/01/2017

WTCHG Director, Prof Peter Donnelly, will be speaking as part of a Prof Brian Cox chaired panel for the Royal Society's event "Science Matters - Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence" on Jan 10th at 7.30pm. The event, while sold out, can be streamed live at this link. 

Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics awarded funding for the next 5 years

Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics awarded funding for the next 5 years

Updated 08/12/2016

Wellcome has announced funding of £118 million to 14 major research centres, including three centres based in Oxford. The Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics, based in Oxford for 22 years, has played a pioneering role in the progress and success of human disease genetics and mechanism research. It will continue to exploit human genetics and uncover disease biology, improving human healthcare through the development of more precise diagnostic tests and preventative or therapeutic interventions.

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