We seek to explore the vast cellular diversity in the human brain using large-scale spatial transcriptomics, imaging and functional screens.
Connecting human development and disease
Our research sits at the interface of cancer genomics and single cell transcriptomics. Our aim is to unravel the identity and ...
Cellular Genetics Informatics
Our team provides efficient access to cutting-edge analysis methods, environments and pipelines for Cellular Genetics programme, which leads and is involved ...
Cellular Genetics Wet Lab Support Team
We enable the Institute to deliver its world-leading, cutting-edge cell atlassing research for the Human Cell Atlas initiative within the Cellular ...
Single-cell multi-omics tissue mapping and organoid-based disease modeling
We work on a range of tissues and employ multiple cutting-edge tools such as CRISPR perturbation and organoid modeling.
Our research is focused on understanding what type of immune cells live within different organs in humans, and how the special ...
Genomics of immune cell populations at single-cell resolution
Based at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and Newcastle University Biosciences Institute, we study the human immune system at single-cell resolution using ...
Human Cell Atlas - Executive Office (UK)
The HCA Executive Office, in the UK, is based at the Wellcome Sanger Institute, and works with regional offices in the ...
Single cell genomics
John Marioni's group develop computational and statistical tools to exploit high-throughput genomics data to understand the regulation of gene expression ...
Stegle and Theis Group
Cellular Genetics Programme
We aim to leverage machine learning in the context of single cell genomics to provide a true model-based understanding of the ...
Gene expression genomics
We use cutting edge single cell genomics technologies and computational methods to understand genes, proteins and cells in human health and ...
Epigenetic mechanisms in health and disease
Adrian's group is investigating "The function of long non-coding RNAs originating at CpG island promoters" and "The effects of ...
Genomics of gene regulation
Gene expression involves the transformation of genetic information encoded in DNA sequence into a gene product, such as a protein. Regulation ...
Quantitative models of gene expression
The Hemberg group is interested in developing quantitative models of gene expression. Our approach is theoretical and we strive to develop ...
The Vallier laboratory studies the basic mechanisms controlling differentiation of human pluripotent cells into pancreas, lung, gut and liver cells.
Obesity-associated Metabolic Complications
We aim to learn why being obese causes metabolic and cardiovascular problems and to provide the rational for mechanistically driven therapeutic ...
Dr Omer Bayraktar
Omer's research aims to explore human brain cellular diversity using large-scale approaches. His team will harness spatial transcriptomics, imaging ...
I am a Paediatrician Scientist and Group Leader working across Cellular Genetics and Cancer.
Dr Song Chen
Song seeks to understand the cellular diversity in tissues, specifically the brain using systematic molecular techniques. In particular he explores how ...
Prof Muzlifah Haniffa
Muzlifah is a Senior Group Leader in the Cellular Genetics programme, a Wellcome Senior Research Fellow, and Professor of Dermatology and ...
Dr Sarah Teichmann
Sarah Teichmann is interested in global principles of protein interactions and gene expression. In particular, her research now focuses on genomics ...
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Dr John Marioni
John Marioni's group develop computational and statistical tools to exploit high-throughput genomics data to understand the regulation of gene ...
Professor Wolf Reik
Wolf Reik is interested in epigenetic gene regulation in mammalian development. His current research focuses on epigenetic heterogeneity in development ...
Dr Oliver Stegle
Oliver Stegle has pioneered machine learning methods in genetics in genomics, with a recent focus on methods for single-cell biology. His ...
Human Cell Atlas
The International Human Cell Atlas initiative aims to create comprehensive reference maps of all human cells—the fundamental units of life— ...
Cellular Genetics Portals
Open-access data portals
The Cellular Genetics Programme is committed to making cell atlasing data analysis and visualisation tools available to the scientific community
Cellular Genetics Software
Open access tools
Computational tools developed by the research groups and scientific teams of the Cellular Genetics Programme
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