Prof. Cath Green, WTCHG centre group leader and head of the Chromosome Dynamics core, speaks about her research into how sunlight damages your DNA on the latest Oxford Sparks podcast
As part of an international collaboration, researchers from the WTCHG have used the intense X-rays generated at Diamond Light Source to gain important insights into how target molecules in skin cancer treatment can become resistant to drugs designed to fight the cancer, leading to ineffective treatment. Their results are published today in Nature.
A team of scientists from the WIMM and the WTCHG have shown that a protein called SOX2 can be used to develop an early detection test for ovarian cancer
If you missed our collaboration with FLUX Dance Theatre at the Oxfordshire Science Festival, you can now watch the whole performance online
Scientists from the WTCHG and the Institute of Biomedical Engineering have used machine learning to diagnose childhood pneumonia. Their proposed solution involves smart algorithms that fully automate the interpretation of medical data which can be captured through affordable hardware.
The Royal Society have announced that Professor Simon Myers has been awarded the 2017 Francis Crick Medal and Lecture "for transforming our understanding of meiotic recombination and of human population history". Many congratulations to Simon on ...
The largest study of its kind into type 2 diabetes has produced the most detailed picture to date of the genetics underlying the condition. WTCHG group head Mark McCarthy is quoted on his involvement in the project
Scientists have discovered that the malaria parasite Plasmodium vivax is evolving rapidly to adapt to conditions in different geographical locations, in particular to defend itself against widely-used antimalarial drugs.The study, published in ...