In October, Dr Annabel Sowemimo joined us on the Wellcome Genome Campus to speak about her work exploring the ways that racism and colonial thinking are embedded within medicine, science and institutions – and the difficulties of untangling it.
The experiences of a friend of a Sanger Institute researcher reveal how parasites and bacteria are now threatening the country's population
Now is the time for scientists to strike a deal everyone that benefits society as well as research, argue Anna Middleton, Vivienne Parry and Julian Borra
Chief Medical Officer’s annual report 2016: Generation Genome highlights the potential for pathogen genomics in patient diagnosis and infection control
04.07.17 The UK Chief Medical Officer's Report has highlighted the vital role genetics and genomics will play in UK NHS healthcare and medicine. Professor Sharon Peacock helped write the report's chapter on Infectious disease.