Steve Palmer

Director of Communications

Steve is responsible for media relations, internal communications, publications, digital and social content and brand across both the Wellcome Sanger Institute and Wellcome Genome Campus.

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We've posted COG report #9 today which contains detailed modelling of the effect of the D614G spike mutation in the UK population. We see no evidence of an effect on disease severity, and potentially a small effect on transmissibility. Read more https://www.cogconsortium.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/25th-June-2020-Report-COVID-19-Genomics-UK-COG-UK-Consortium.pdf @erikmvolz

Only a week left, it you had a career break and want to return to science apply to join us and help us identify new drug targets for immune diseases. You'll be part of great community @sangerinstitute @targetvalidate https://twitter.com/Sangercareers/status/1269917384363708426

Only a week left, it you had a career break and want to return to science apply to join us and help us identify new drug targets for immune diseases. You'll be part of great community @sangerinstitute @targetvalidate https://t.co/9IXV5a3VIf
Sanger Careers@Sangercareers

Join the Trynka/Bassett Project: Building variant effect maps of immune disease genes with CRISPR saturation mutagenesis

@GosiaTrynka @targetvalidate