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Genome Analysis

About

The Genome Analysis Team, led by David Swarbreck is responsible for the organisation of the genome annotation and specialised data analysis.  The aim of the team is to work along side scientific experts to analyse, annotate and curate genomic sequences. These activities are characterised by high-quality standards with a focus on detailed and specific aspects such as rare isoforms, gene families and metabolic pathways. The members of the Genome Analysis Team are involved in the analysis and annotation of plant, animal and microbial genomes with a focus on using computational approaches to analyze sequence data and understand gene regulation.

Activities

Areas of interest include utilising next generation sequencing for:

  • Gene annotation
  • Gene expression
  • Epigenetics
  • Metagenomics/Metatranscriptomics
Team

David Swarbreck
Group Leader

Manuel Corpas
Project Leader
Plant & Animal
Genomes

Daniel Mapleson
Project Leader
Analysis
Pipelines

Simon Moxon
Project Leader
Regulatory
Genomics

Mark
Alston

Computational
Biologist

Sarah
Bastkowski
Biomathematician

Shabhonam
Caim

Scientific
Programmer

Leighton
Folkes
Scientific
Programmer

Janet
Higgins

Computational
Biologist

Gemy George
Kaithakottil

Scientific
Programmer

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