Tree of Life
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Faculty positions available
You will join our Faculty who have diverse expertise in biology, genetics, medicine, pathology, technology, informatics, computational science, mathematics, and statistics. They work alongside each other with a particular scientific culture and intellectual critical mass supported by technical, IT, and analytic support to develop and follow bold ideas in an agile manner.
Our exceptional funding enables Faculty to focus their energy on their science, by providing a comprehensive package of support and salaries. We provide excellent benefits and relocation support, along with rewarding and flexible employment terms to enable you to thrive and develop your scientific career at our Institute.
The Parasite Genomics group uses comparative and functional genomics approaches to investigate the biology of helminths and protozoan parasites.
All life is linked by the common thread of DNA, modified through evolution. We use whole genome sequences to explore the ...
Population and evolutionary genomics, novel computational genomics methods, and related mathematical and statistical models.
Genome Reference Informatics Team
Tree of Life Programme
The Genome Reference Informatics Team analyses genome assemblies to reveal and correct quality issues and to identify and add variation. It ...
Some mosquitoes are better at transmitting malaria parasites than others. Likewise, some parasites are better at infecting mosquitoes than others. Our ...
Tree of Life Assembly
The Tree of Life assembly team develops and maintains QC, assembly and analysis pipelines as part of the Tree of Life ...
Tree of Life Delivery and Operations
Tree of Life Programme
Programme management, operations management and support team for the Tree of Life Programme
Aquatic Symbiosis Genomics Project
An ambitious project to read the genomes of 1,000 freshwater and marine species that represent more than 500 symbiotic relationships, ...
Darwin Tree of Life Project
The Darwin Tree of Life Project, led by the Wellcome Sanger Institute, plans to read the genomes of all known species ...
Related news and blogs
18 Oct 2021
Marine medicines from the slimiest of worms
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28 Sep 2021
Genomics for all
In this guest post, Sadye Paez and Marcela Uliano-Silva explore what it takes to sequence the genomes of all life on ...