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Enhanced variant interpretation for the discovery of mechanisms underpinning Ophthalmic genomic disorders

This project will utilize large genomic sequencing datasets from the 100,000 genomes project and the UK BioBank to understand how genomic variation impacts the development and function of cells vital for correct vision. Read more

PhD Position in Genomic Medicine and Machine Learning

Applications are invited from self-funded PhD students to analyse data from the 100,000 genomes project. A background or a strong interest in at least one of the following areas is strongly preferred. Read more

Synthetic-evolution: linking genomics to biophysics to understand the rules of life.

  Research Group: Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
The genome of every organism encodes genes and regulatory elements required for building and maintaining cells in homeostasis. However, it is still unknown what is the minimal set of genomic elements necessary and sufficient for cellular life. Read more

Bayesian spatial modelling for biodiversity

  Research Group: Statistics and Data Analysis
The School of Mathematical Sciences of Queen Mary University of London invite applications for a PhD project commencing in September 2022. Read more

Analysing cancer networks evolution using graph neural networks

  Research Group: Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Background. The classical model of cancer formation suggests that tumors arise from the stochastic accumulation of somatic mutations in key genes, called cancer driver genes, which equip an aberrant cell with the ability to escape apoptosis, elude the immune system and grow uncontrollably throughout the body [1]. Read more
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