Regulatory Genomics
Cells in the body share their genetic code, but look and work differently. This is to do with how the cells interpret their genome, and we are still far from understanding how they do it. The global rules of gene regulation are the subject of regulatory genomics.

We use advanced machine learning and data mining in our analyses, but our main focus is on the biological question and the properties of a biological system we study.

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Babraham Institute
Located a few miles south of Cambridge, Babraham is a great place for collaboration between experimental and computational researchers, which is what we enjoy most. We are also well connected with Cambridge University. Our students enrol into the Cambridge PhD programme and join one of the colleges – a unique experience in itself.

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The paper presenting CHiCAGO is published

The CHiCAGO paper led by Jonathan and Paula is finally out: http://www.genomebiology.com/2016/17/1/127. We released the…

Hashem’s paper is out!

Hashem’s collaborative work with Anne Corcoran’s group on the cis-regulatory logic of V(D)J recombination has just been…

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