Campus Project Management brings together a number of groups and individuals that all play a key role in identifying, scoping, developing and delivering Campus related projects in support of the vision to drive, catalyse and lead the advance of life-changing science for the benefit of the world.
The long term aim is to build on its scientific foundations so that Wellcome Genome Campus with its constituent organisations, becomes an international centre for scientific, business, cultural and educational activities emanating from genomes and biodata more widely.
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Campus Project Management works collaboratively across the Sanger Institute, the wider Campus and a range of external partners and stakeholders to support delivery of Campus development projects. Campus projects are governed by the Campus Development Board.
The Capital Projects Office works with key stakeholders on campus to plan, design, manage and construct new buildings on site whilst also working to develop and improve existing campus facilities and buildings.
Finance and Procurement support all three GRL delivery themes by working creatively, collaboratively and transparently with staff and entities on the Genome Campus to ensure we provide world-leading support and services in the most cost effective way.
We provide financial and procurement expertise which enables informed decision making.
The teams within Management Operations provide the essential support that allow our scientists to focus on their research. They come from a wide range of professional backgrounds and are highly experienced, many with professional accreditation in their areas of expertise.
The purpose of the Programme Management Office at the Wellcome Sanger Institute is to support the Institute’s mission at the cutting edge of genomics, by implementing the changes necessary to remain internationally competitive. These changes include building new facilities, assembling new teams and implementing new operational capabilities such as new DNA sequencing technologies.
There are a number of key partners engaged with Campus development activity, helping to realise the long term vision for the Wellcome Genome Campus as an international centre for scientific, business, cultural and educational activities emanating from genomes and indeed biodata more widely.
The Campus is also home to the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI). EMBL-EBI help scientists realise the potential of ‘big data’ in biology, helping them exploit complex information to make discoveries that benefit mankind.The European Bioinformatics Institute is part of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), a non-profit, intergovernmental organisation funded by 21 member states and two associate member states.