Wellcome Sanger Institute

Human Genetics Administration

Human Genetics

The Human Genetics Administration comprises a five strong team that provides comprehensive support for the smooth running of the Human Genetics Programme. This includes both operational and strategic support. We work collaboratively across the institute with Administrators, HR, Finance and Scientific Administration to facilitate the cutting edge research carried out at the Wellcome Sanger Institute.

The activities of the team include anything from organising international travel itineraries, servicing multi-million pound collaboratorive grants and facilitating Faculty management meetings to organising hospitality and fielding day-to-day enquiries relating to specific projects, including sequencing.

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    [introduction] => The Human Genetics Administration comprises a five strong team that provides comprehensive support for the smooth running of the Human Genetics Programme. This includes both operational and strategic support. We work collaboratively across the institute with Administrators, HR, Finance and Scientific Administration to facilitate the cutting edge research carried out at the Wellcome Sanger Institute.
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                            [post_title] => Human Genetics
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                    [content] => <p>The activities of the team include anything from organising international travel itineraries, servicing multi-million pound collaboratorive grants and facilitating Faculty management meetings to organising hospitality and fielding day-to-day enquiries relating to specific projects, including sequencing.</p>
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                            [post_title] => Davenport Group
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                            [post_title] => Soranzo Group
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                            [post_title] => Sandhu Group
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                            [post_title] => Miska Group
                            [post_excerpt] => We are interested in all aspects of gene regulation by non-coding RNA. Current research themes include: miRNA biology and pathology, miRNA&nbsp;<span title="... mechanism, piRNA biology and the germline, endo-siRNAs in epigenetic inheritance and evironmental conditioning, small RNA evolution and the role of RNAi in host pathogen interaction.">...</span>
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                            [post_title] => Anderson Group
                            [post_excerpt] => The goal of our research is to use high-throughput screens to gain causal insights into the biological basis of human disease,&nbsp;<span title="... identify new drug targets and determine the patients who will benefit most from these drugs. We focus on immune-mediated disease, and inflammatory bowel disease in particular, due to the significant burden of disease and the accessibility of disease relevant tissue.">...</span>
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                            [post_title] => Birney Group
                            [post_excerpt] => DNA sequence remains at the heart of molecular biology and bioinformatics. The Birney Associate Faculty Research Group at the Sanger <span title="... Institute focuses on developing sequence algorithms and using genetic variation to explore elements of basic biology within and between species">...</span>
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                            [post_title] => Danesh Group
                            [post_excerpt] => The Danesh group works as part of the Health Data Research (HDR) UK Cambridge site, using genomic, molecular and electronic <span title="... health record data at population scale to understand disease at a deeper than ever biological level.">...</span>
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Core team

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Carol Dunbar

Personal Assistant to Head of Human Genetics

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Kyriaki Dede

Research Administrator

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Lauma Ramona

Postdoctoral Fellow

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Sophie Leggett

Research Administrator

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Rachel Henry

Team Administrator - Human Genetics

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Paris Litterick

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