Friday 29 May 12:00 'The DNA of early cancers.' Professor Tom Hudson, President, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Toronto, Canada.
Searching for the human genetic factors standing in the way of universally effective vaccines. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci , 370 (1671)
Genomic medicine at the heart of diabetes management. Diabetologia
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)
More than 10 years after the completion of the Human Genome Project, doctors are a step closer to using whole-genome sequencing to diagnose and treat patients with genetic diseases. This follows a study by researchers from the University of Oxford ...
Professor Simon Hay, who recently brought many of his Spatial Ecology and Epidemiology Group from the Department of Zoology to WTCHG, is one of 40 biomedical scientists elected a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences this week. Academy Fellows ...
Genome analysis reveals how the DNA sequences that make up individual genes differ between individuals, which may contribute to differences in disease risk. However, it remains extremely challenging to accurately predict how any particular DNA ...
Wednesday 3 June 2015 The Oxford Genomics Centre is proud to present ‘Lifting the Lid on Epigenetics’ .
Clinical genome sequencing goes national: Jenny Taylor on WGS500 and Genomics England
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.