Next Sanger Seminar: 21 April - Professor Nicole Soranzo

Human disease: nature, nurture or both?
Professor Nicole Soranzo is a group leader at the Sanger Institute, seeking to unravel the spectrum of human genetic variation associated with cardiometabolic diseases, and its interaction with non-genetic and environmental cues.
Find out how the human genome influences the risk of common diseases in the UK population in our free, online seminar at 16.00 UK BST, Wednesday 21 April

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