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Genomic Informatics

Our research

The Genomic Informatics group has many areas of active research, in partnership with local, national, and international collaborators.

Cancer cells dividing
Cancer cells dividing

Cancer

The Genomic Informatics group undertake NGS studies to identify mutations which may predispose to, or occur during, cancer development.

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Histological view of inflammation in Crohn's disease
Histological view of inflammation in Crohn's disease

Inflammatory bowel disease

We apply exome sequencing, along with immunological and microbiome testing to a rich local cohort of paediatric IBD patients in order to better understand the aetiology of IBD.

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Diagram showing association between alleles
Diagram showing association between alleles

Linkage disequilibrium

We develop and apply approaches for the investigation of LD patterns, and have applied these to many populations, human and otherwise.

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Finding aetiogical mutations
Finding aetiogical mutations

Rare disease

We work to identify mutations underlying rare disease.

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NextSeq 500
NextSeq 500

Translation

The Genomic Informatics group is involved in taking NGS into the clinic locally.

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BINGS

See details of upcoming BINGS seminars and conferences.

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