Donnelly lecture

Professor Peter Donnelly FRS

Peter Donnelly leads research on the development and application of statistical methods for understanding how genetic variation contributes to our susceptibility to a wide range of diseases. The aim to extract as much information as possible from the very large sets of data currently being generated through mapping associations between genes and disease in thousands of people, and through sequencing whole genomes.

The Gene Revolution - Peter Donnelly's Oxford London Lecture 2011

Peter Donnelly, Professor of Statistical Science and Director of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, gave the inaugural Oxford-London Lecture on Tuesday 1st February 2011 at the Assembly Hall, Church House, Westminster.