Honorary Faculty are integral collaborators who make a substantial and sustained contribution to the Sanger Institute’s scientific Programmes.
Stephen Baker - Enteric Infections
Dr Stephen Baker is a molecular microbiologist working on enteric and zoonotic infections at the Wellcome Trust major overseas programme in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Stephen's profile.
Martin Bobrow was at the University of Cambridge, and has worked on Mendelian diseases and genetic diagnostics, social issues related to genetic medicine, and research funding. Martin's profile.
Ana Cvejic - Developmental haematopoiesis
Dr Ana Cvejic is CRUK Career Development Fellow at the Department of Haematology, University of Cambridge. She is interested in the functioning of novel genes found to be associated with normal and malignant blood cell formation. Ana works in collaboration with Sanger Institute Faculty Nicole Soranzo and Peter Campbell. Ana's profile.
Martin Donnelly - Insecticide resistance of Anopheles gambiae
Martin Donnelly is Reader of Vector Biology at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. He works in collaboration with the Sanger Institute Malaria Programme and focuses on insecticide resistance in the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae. Martin's profile.
Helen V Firth - DECIPHER and Deciphering Developmental Disorders (DDD)
Helen Firth is a Consultant Clinical Geneticist at Cambridge University Hospitals Trust who is interested in the application of new genomic technologies to improve the diagnosis of severe developmental disorders. Helen's profile.
Paul Flicek - Genome informatics
Paul Flicek is a Team Leader at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory's European Bioinformatics Institute where he heads the Vertebrate Genomics Team, a combined service and research group interested in the large-scale infrastructure required for modern bioinformatics including storage and access methods for high throughput sequencing data. Paul's profile.
Andy Futreal - Cancer Genome Project
Andy Futreal is Professor of Genomic Medicine at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and works closely with the Institute's Cancer Genome Project. Andy's profile.
Dr Ian Humphreys is a Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow in Basic Biomedical Science at Cardiff University. His laboratory studies the immunological mechanisms that influence host control of herpesvirus infections. Ian's profile.
Chris Newbold - Malaria
Chris Newbold is Professor of Tropical Medicine at the University of Oxford, specialising in work on parasite immune evasion, pathogenesis and genomics. Chris' profile.
Willem H Ouwehand - Platelets and atherothrombosis
Willem Ouwehand is Reader in Platelet Biology and Genetics and a clinical researcher at the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine and Honorary Faculty Member at the Sanger Institute. Willem's profile.
Sharon Peacock - Bacterial diseases
Sharon Peacock is Professor of Clinical Microbiology at the University of Cambridge and works on a range of bacterial infectious diseases, most notably those caused by Staphylococcus aureus, Burkholderia pseudomallei, Leptospira spp. and rickettsia. Sharon's profile.
Deenan Pillay is Director of the Wellcome Trust-funded Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies in South Africa, a secondment position from UCL. He works closely with the Human Genetics and Pathogen Variation teams at the Sanger Institute. Deenan's profile.
Tim Raine - Inflammatory bowel diseases and mucosal immunology
Tim Raine is a practising clinician whose research is focussed on understanding the regulation of the gastrointestinal immune system. Tim's profile.
Samuli Ripatti - Cardiovascular disease and metabolic diseases
Samuli Ripatti is a FIMM-EMBL group leader at Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland FIMM where he heads a Genetic Epidemiology and Biostatistics group focusing on genetic variation and its relation to human metabolism and cardiovascular diseases. Samuli's profile.
Liam is Head of the Department of Non-Communicable Disease Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and deputy director of the new London Farr Institute for Health Informatics Research Centre. He is an international leader in the use of electronic health records, completing ground-breaking work on drug effects, disease aetiology and the evaluation of interventions. Liam's profile.
Karen Steel - Genetics of deafness
Karen Steel is Professor of Sensory Function at the Wolfson Centre for Age-Related Diseases, King's College London, studying the genetics of deafness. She uses the mouse as a model to identify the genes involved and to understand the molecular, cellular and physiological mechanisms involved. Karen's profile.
John Sulston - Science ethics
John Sulston is a part-time Professor at the University of Manchester, where he chairs the institute for Science Ethics and Innovation.