Michelle Linterman is interviewed by 95bFM host Zoë Larsen Cumming about her COVID19 vaccine research.
Myriam Hemberger, a group leader in the Epigenetics programme at the Institute from 2004-2018, was awarded the 2019 March of Dimes Prize for her pioneering research on placental biology.
Though often forgotten, the placenta has a huge role in baby’s health
Back to the womb
How your gut bacteria may protect you from cancer
New research reveals how gut bacteria can control our genes
Bacteria Living in Our Gut Are Hijacking And Controlling Our Genes
Epigenetic Marks on Histones Keep Egg Cells Fresh
Extra Epigenetic Packaging Keeps Egg Cells Fresh
Leading Pharma-Academic Partnership Unravels the Mystery of a Major Cancer Gene
Womb Age is a Major Factor in Declining Fertility in Older Women
Junges Glück in jungen Gebärmuttern (Young happiness in young uterus)
Beating the Odds for Lucky Mutations
Why many British voters are having Brexit regrets
An Epigenetic Aging Clock for Mice