The Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics is a research institute of the Nuffield Department of Medicine at the University of Oxford, funded by the University, Wellcome and numerous other sponsors. It is based in purpose-built laboratories on the University of Oxford’s Biomedical Research Campus in Headington, one of the largest concentrations of biomedical expertise in the world.
With more than 400 active researchers and around 70 employed in administrative and support roles, the Centre is an international leader in genetics, genomics and structural biology.
A CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing pipeline in the EndoC-βH1 cell line to study genes implicated in beta cell function
Grotz AK. et al, (2019), Wellcome Open Research, 4, 150 - 150
Reply: CMR Assessment of Myocyte Disarray in HCM: Matching Another Piece in the Puzzle
Ariga R. et al, (2019), Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 74
A structure-based rationale for sialic acid independent host-cell entry of Sosuga virus
Stelfox AJ. and Bowden TA., (2019), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201906717 - 201906717
Genetic modification of primary human B cells to model high-grade lymphoma.
Caeser R. et al, (2019), Nature communications, 10
27 September 2019
The winners of the first annual WHG PE Awards were announced at the centre ‘Away Day’ on the 6th of September.
16 September 2019
Three new funded schemes from the Medical Science Division and MPLS Division have been awarded a four-year PhD programmes in science by the Wellcome Trust.