Life Sciences Research for Lifelong Health

Nuclear Dynamics

Nuclear Dynamics

The study of control of genome function in relation to health, immunity and ageing

Our genomes influence, contribute to, or control nearly all aspects of our daily lives, from our health, well-being and longevity, to our susceptibility to disease, our aptitude for learning, and our adaptation and responses to diet, drugs and the environment. We carry out basic research to create an integrated understanding of control of genome function in relation to health, immunity and ageing.

colocalisation

16/06/2016

Reading and writing genomes in 3D: The CTCF code and how to hack it

Dr Erez Lieberman Aiden - Baylor College of Medicine, USA


28/04/2016

Stem cells know how to open up and unwind

Open genome structure important for embryonic stem cells

Paper published in Genes & Development


25/02/2016

Institute scientists take their research to Parliament

Presenting latest research to MPs on 7 March

SET for Britain poster competition


19/02/2016

Placement week equips teachers to translate lab life to the classroom

Teacher placement week at the Institute

Scheme presents unique opportunities for teachers

 

Research Impact

Industrial Research Collaborations - 4

Formal Industrial Consultancy Agreements - 3

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