Watch Again - Professor Nicole Soranzo - Sanger Seminar and Q&A session

The genetic basis of common traits and diseases
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 by watching our free, online seminar and Q&A session at the link below.

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COVID-19 research at the Sanger Institute

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Differences found in immune responses of asymptomatic #COVID19 patients compared to those with severe symptoms could explain lung inflammation and blood clotting.

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