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The Sanger Epidemiological and Evolutionary Dynamics (SEED) Postdoctoral Programme offers the chance to develop and implement innovative methods for analysis of large-scale genomic datasets to address fundamental problems concerning the evolution, transmission dynamics and control of major infectious diseases.
The Parasites and Microbes programme is seeking highly motivated and independent postdoctoral fellowship candidates with a passion for tackling infectious diseases and promoting human health by combining cutting-edge computational approaches with large-scale microbial genomic datasets.
Our 2022/2023 Highlights document
Our Highlights document showcases the key discoveries and future research interests of our Scientific Programmes. These include vital insights into human, parasite and microbe evolution, cellular growth and activity, and the processes that underlie mutation and tumour formation. In addition, our Tree of Life Programme explores the diversity of complex life. ...more
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We have over 1,200 people at the Sanger Institute, from 70+ nationalities. We know that the success of our Institute depends on our people.
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22 May 2023
Empowering microbiome research in underrepresented countries
Mentoring and training early career scientists; building technology that can adapt to humid and hotter countries; finding a way of transporting anaerobic microorganisms. The pathway to accelerating microbiome research isn’t lacking challenges.
18 May 2023
Academy of Medical Sciences announces new Sanger Institute Fellows
Wellcome Sanger Institute scientists, Dr Trevor Lawley, Professor Ben Lehner and Professor Julian Rayner have been elected as Fellows of the ...