Innovative Collaborations

Innovative Collaborations

Our ability to conduct large-scale, high-throughput genomic studies enables our researchers to play leading roles in national and international projects: spanning cancer, infectious disease, human epidemiology and developmental disorders.These collaborations fall into three categories:

  • Academic - we lead and support many local, national and international projects to understand the genomic basis of disease and health.
  • Industrial - by partnering with industrial organisations, we seek to deliver diagnostics and therapies founded on our basic research.
  • Strategic - we work synergistically with a number of key academic organisations.

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Darwin Tree of Life sets down roots

Darwin Tree of Life sets down roots

Planning for the Darwin Tree of Life Project is underway. We welcome Professor Mark Blaxter, from the University of Edinburgh, who will join the Sanger Institute and work alongside a scientific working group to establish the Institute’s new research programme, Tree of Life