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Quantitative Genomics, Epigenomics & Biobanking

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About our research programme

qGEB is a multidisciplinary research programme in the School of Cancer & Pharmaceutical Sciences. It is dedicated to advancing personalised cancer medicine through the identification of genetic and epigenetic modifications and molecular mechanisms that drive cancer.

The Programme aims to facilitate collaborations and exchanges between clinicians and basic scientists across King’s Health Partners working in the field of cancer genetics, environment, and molecular pathology.

Contact

To find out more about the qGEB programme, please contact the Programme Coordinator, Francesca Ciccarelli.

AquaEvents and news

The programme meets monthly, from 13:00, in the Cancer Sciences seminar room (3rd floor, Tower Wing, Guy's campus).

2017 Dates

2017 qGEB programme meeting dates
Thursday 12 January qGEB Programme activity in 2017.  Part of the Division of Cancer Studies seminar series. Please note that this will start at 15:00 
Friday 17 February From single cells to populations: extracting temporal signatures from unordered biological data Dr Christopher Yau, Reader in Computational Biology, University of Birmingham
Friday 16 June

 DEPArray workshop

Dr Anita Grigoriadis

This workshop will be held on the 9th floor (Innovation Hub) of the Cancer Centre, Guy's Hospital.

Thursday 21 September "How to get published" Dr Rupa Sarkar, Senior Editor of Genome Biology
Wednesday 11 October An afternoon with CyTOF

Dr Francesca Ciccarelli / Dr Susanne Heck

This workshop will be held on the 9th floor (Innovation Hub) of the Cancer Centre, Guy's Hospital.

2016 events 
Gender Equality

The qGEB Programme strives to achieve gender balance of invited speakers and session chairs.  Statistics on gender representation will be published at the end of the year.

Members of the programme

Associated members

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