Life Sciences Research for Lifelong Health

Simon Andrews

Simon Andrews did his first degree in Microbiology at the University of Warwick. After a brief period working for Sandoz pharmaceuticals he went on to do a PhD in protein engineering a the University of Newcastle with Harry Gilbert. During his PhD his interests moved from bench work toward the emerging field of bioinformatics, and he decided to follow this direction in his future career. After completing his PhD Simon worked with the BBSRC IT Services where he developed and then presented a series of bioinformatics training courses in protein structure analysis to the BBSRC institutes. At one of these courses at Babraham he met John Coadwell who establised the Babraham bioinformatics group and was then employed as the second member of the bioinformatics team. Since joining Babraham Simon has seen the group grow from two people to nine as the field has become far more prominent in the biological research community. He took over the running of the group in 2010.

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Latest Publications

TDP-43 gains function due to perturbed autoregulation in a Tardbp knock-in mouse model of ALS-FTD.

White MA, Kim E, Duffy A

Nature neuroscience
1546-1726: (2018)

PMID: 29556029

MLL2 conveys transcription-independent H3K4 trimethylation in oocytes.

Hanna CW, Taudt A, Huang J

Nature structural & molecular biology
25 1545-9985:73-82 (2018)

PMID: 29323282

An endosiRNA-Based Repression Mechanism Counteracts Transposon Activation during Global DNA Demethylation in Embryonic Stem Cells.

Berrens RV, Andrews S, Spensberger D

Cell stem cell
21 1875-9777:694-703.e7 (2017)

PMID: 29100015

Transcription and chromatin determinants of de novo DNA methylation timing in oocytes.

Gahurova L, Tomizawa SI, Smallwood SA

Epigenetics & chromatin
10 1756-8935:25 (2017)

PMID: 28507606

Gender Differences in Global but Not Targeted Demethylation in iPSC Reprogramming.

Milagre I, Stubbs TM, King MR

Cell reports
18 2211-1247:1079-1089 (2017)

PMID: 28147265