Tree of Life Delivery and Operations

Tree of Life Programme

Our team provides the programme and operations management and day-to-day administrative support that helps to keep the Tree of Life programme and all it's associated projects running smoothly.

We work across the programme, liaising with other groups within the Wellcome Sanger Institute as well as our external funders and collaborators, to make sure that our research is efficiently and effectively supported.

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Core team

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Dr Sophie Potter

Research Administrator

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Nancy Holroyd

Helminth Sequencing Project Coordination

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Dr Victoria Wright

Project Manager

Previous team members

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Jessica Bernard

Team Administrator

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