Over this year's Black History Month, we are celebrating the diversity of talent here at the Sanger Institute. For this profile, we spoke to Alice Matimba, Global Training Manager at Wellcome Connecting Science.
Over this year’s Black History Month, we are celebrating the diversity of talent here at the Sanger Institute. Here, three of our scientists reflect on their paths into research and why diversity in science is so important.
Alice Matimba and Martin Dougherty reflect on their experiences of reverse mentoring, and how it can play a key role in promoting positive organisational and research culture.
Understanding the nature of life on Earth has been revolutionised by DNA sequencing. In the past we could only observe what was happening, now we can read (and alter) the blueprints of life to understand health and disease at the most intimate level. Yet none of this would be possible without the unsung work of bioinformaticians