TRANSLATIONAL GENOMICS OF RARE DISEASES AND CANCER

Tranlsational GenomicsThursday 11th December 2014

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IGM and NICR are joining forces for a Research Showcase presenting our best translational science in genomic medicine. Both senior and junior scientists will present their findings, which will hopefully form the base of discussion as the day unfolds. Our expertise comes together through the 100,000 Genomes Project funded by the UK Government and being implemented by Genomics England. It is therefore entirely fitting that the day will conclude with a guest lecture from Professor Mark Caulfield, Chief Scientist at Genomics England and Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at Queen Mary, University of London. Professor Caulfield will bring us up to date on this national project, which has attracted international attention. The impact of the 100,000 Genome Project will extend well beyond IGM and NICR, affecting our lives both professionally and personally. We therefore look forward to seeing you on 11th December 2014.

Full Programme here Research Showcase 11th December 2014

SYBIL @ Lyon November 2014

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Systems biology for the functional validation of genetic determinants of skeletal diseases

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LyonSYBIL held a very successful 1st Annual Meeting in the lovely city of Lyon from the 6th to 7th November

More photos and the Autumn Newsletter to follow shortly…..

But in the meantime we did meet Napoleon and Le Black SheepSybil Lyon

Who we believe may be related to our very own Yorkshire Black Sheep

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