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  1. How drug resistant TB evolved and spread globally | UCL Division of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/oct/how-drug-resistant-tb-evolved-and-spread-globally

    19 Oct 2018: Genetics, Evolution and Environment

    Genetics, Evolution and Environment

  2. Guardian newspaper features interview with UGI's Dave Curtis | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/oct/guardian-newspaper-features-interview-ugis-dave-curtis

    8 Oct 2018: The article highlights concerns that polygenic risk scores for diseases are largely developed from studies of white, European subjects and hence cannot be applied to subjects from ethnic minorities.

    The article highlights concerns that polygenic risk scores for diseases are largely developed from studies of white, European subjects and hence cannot be applied to subjects from ethnic minorities.

  3. New study by UCL-led international team critically assesses the…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/sep/new-study-ucl-led-international-team-critically-assesses-potential-genomics-clinical-diagnostics

    7 Sep 2018: Hospitals worldwide are facing an increasing incidence of hard-to-treat infections due to the rise of antibiotic resistance.

    Hospitals worldwide are facing an increasing incidence of hard-to-treat infections due to the rise of antibiotic resistance.

  4. New paper co-authored by UGI's Maria Secrier published in Nature…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/aug/new-paper-co-authored-ugis-maria-secrier-published-nature-communications

    7 Aug 2018: In this work, miniature organs mimicking the tissue of patients with oesophageal cancer were developed by sampling cells from these patients' tumours and growing them in a dish.

    In this work, miniature organs mimicking the tissue of patients with oesophageal cancer were developed by sampling cells from these patients' tumours and growing them in a dish.

  5. Senior Promotions 2018 | UCL Division of Biosciences - UCL –…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/jul/senior-promotions-2018

    19 Jul 2018: Congratulations to all colleagues whose achievements have been recognised in the most recent round of Senior Promotions.

    Congratulations to all colleagues whose achievements have been recognised in the most recent round of Senior Promotions.

  6. New review by UGI's Dr Maria Secrier published in the Annals of the…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/jun/new-review-ugis-dr-maria-secrier-published-annals-new-york-academy-sciences

    20 Jun 2018: This review summarizes recent findings on the genomic and epigenomic landscape of oesophageal cancer, with focus on specific mutational profiles, cancer drivers, epigenetic signatures and biomarker/therapeutic strategies that these findings have

    This review summarizes recent findings on the genomic and epigenomic landscape of oesophageal cancer, with focus on specific mutational profiles, cancer drivers, epigenetic signatures and biomarker/therapeutic strategies that these findings have

  7. New paper published today with contributions from UGI's Jack…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/may/new-paper-published-today-contributions-ugis-jack-humphrey-kitty-lo-and-vincent-plagnol

    15 May 2018: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Motor Neurone Disease, is a fatal neurodegenerative disease whereby the nerve cells that connect the brain to the muscles die off, eventually leaving sufferers paralyzed.

    Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Motor Neurone Disease, is a fatal neurodegenerative disease whereby the nerve cells that connect the brain to the muscles die off, eventually leaving sufferers paralyzed.

  8. Gene may have helped humans adapt to cold climates - a new study…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/may/gene-may-have-helped-humans-adapt-cold-climates-new-study-supervised-ugis-dr-aida-andres

    14 May 2018: For the study, published in PLOS Genetics, a team from UCL and the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, investigated the evolution of TRPM8, a gene that codes for the only known receptor that enables a person to

    For the study, published in PLOS Genetics, a team from UCL and the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, investigated the evolution of TRPM8, a gene that codes for the only known receptor that enables a person to

  9. New research led by the Balloux lab tracks origins of the deadly…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/may/new-research-led-balloux-lab-tracks-origins-deadly-fungus-responsible-decline-amphibian-populations

    11 May 2018: The fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd) is distributed around the world but to date it was not known where and when killer strains of the pathogen first emerged.

    The fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd) is distributed around the world but to date it was not known where and when killer strains of the pathogen first emerged.

  10. New study by the Balloux lab tracks emergence and a worldwide spread…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2018/mar/new-study-balloux-lab-tracks-emergence-and-worldwide-spread-drug-resistant-mcr-1-gene

    29 Mar 2018: The study, published in Nature Communications, found that the mcr-1 gene, now present across the globe, can be tracked to a single event around 2005 when it moved from pigs into pathogens that affect humans.

    The study, published in Nature Communications, found that the mcr-1 gene, now present across the globe, can be tracked to a single event around 2005 when it moved from pigs into pathogens that affect humans.

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