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Joe Burrage

Research Technician/Manager burrage@exeter.ac.uk +44 (0) 1392 408223 Joe graduated with a degree in Genetics from the University of Leicester in 2008. During this period he also undertook a 12 month industrial placement with AstraZeneca’s genetic support unit at Alderley Edge to develop DNA methylation analysis procedures. He followed this with a PhD at the University […]

GW4 accelerator award: Harnessing CRISPR/Cas9 technology to develop new models of Alzheimer’s disease

In collaboration with Nick Allen at the University of Cardiff, Vasanta Subramanian at the University of Bath, and James Hodge and Caroline Relton at the University of Bristol we have been awarded a GW4 accelerator award to investigate the functional consequences of epigenetic changes previously identified in Alzheimer’s disease brain by our group. Together we […]

Agnes Kepa

Research Technician King’s College London Agnieszka.kepa@kcl.ac.uk Tel: +44 (0) 20 7848 5271 Agnes is currently working for the Epigenetics core service lab at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. She completed her PhD in Psychiatric Genetics at the SGDP Centre in 2014, where her main focus was tofunctionally characterise brain-specific transcription factors. Throughout her PhD she […]

Pacific Biosciences sequencer delivered!

Our Pacific Biosciences RSII sequencer was delivered today. This was funded by a MRC Clinical Research Infrastructure Award. It was quite a big box! We can’t wait to get going on long-read sequencing and exploring the possibilities for human clinical genomics.