Sanger Institute

Sanger Institute

@sangerinstitute

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The Wellcome Sanger Institute uses genome sequences to advance understanding of the biology of humans and pathogens to improve human health

Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambs
Joined on April 22, 2009

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ICYMI watch the inspirational journey of @georgecmcgavin's year with #melanoma. George met our director, Mike Stratton, who discovered the BRAF mutation behind George's own cancer. @BBCFOUR @BBCFactualPR

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Three new positions available @sangerinstitute to build up informatics capacity for the #DarwinTreeOfLife project. Lots of interesting problems to work on building high quality assemblies across the tree of life. https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk/vacancy/senior-software-developer-tree-of-life-genomics-391395.html … https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk/vacancy/senior-bioinformatician-genomics-data-scientist-tree-of-life-genomics-391210.html …

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How do you target a shapeshifting bacteria? Pneumococcus can alter its outer layer, evading current vaccines @wellcometrust @TheCGPS @gatesfoundation @pneumowatch @EmoryUniversity

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There is new hope for battling superbug #MRSA with combination of existing drugs, scientists reveal #StopSuperbugs #AntibioticResistance @CamInfectDis @ewan_harrison @markaholmes

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Watch @BBCFOUR tonight at 9pm to see A Year to Save My Life: @georgecmcgavin and Melanoma, as he meets Sanger Director Mike Stratton on his journey to learn about the science behind his treatment.

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Genome sequencing has found a chink in the armour of #MSRA, making it susceptible to a combination of drugs already in use #AntibioticResistance @CamVetSchool @ewan_harrison @markaholmes

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Ada Lovelace is often credited for writing the first piece of computer software. Nearly 200 years on, the software that runs modern computers is integral to all of our lives, as are the people who create the code #SoftwareDeveloper

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What could our Janet Thornton Fellowship do for you? 
Apply now 👉 https://buff.ly/2N6YY7k 

#ReturnToScience #PostDocJob @EqualityScience

What could our Janet Thornton Fellowship do for you? Apply now 👉 https://buff.ly/2N6YY7k  #ReturnToScience #PostDocJob @EqualityScience

more opportunities to join the Tree of Life programme @sangerinstitute. we are looking for a senior software developer https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk/vacancy/senior-bioinformatician-genomics-data-scientist-tree-of-life-genomics-391210.html … and two senior bioinformaticians https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk/vacancy/senior-software-developer-tree-of-life-genomics-391395.html … Please RT!

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Ada Lovelace is often credited for writing the first piece of computer software. Nearly 200 years on, the software that runs modern computers is integral to all of our lives, as are the people who create the code #SoftwareDeveloper

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We often think of the discovery of penicillin as being solely Alexander Fleming’s work, but this is far from the truth. Find out the untold story of penicillin on our blog

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Any two people share more than 99% of their DNA. It’s the remaining <1% of DNA that makes us unique, and can affect the likelihood and severity of a disease, and the effectiveness of treatments @ee_davenport #PersonalisedMedicine

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Find out Saskia’s science hero, the most overused word in her lab, and why she decided to become a scientist #MeetTheScientists #InsideSanger #PostdocLife #SciTwitter

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DNA doesn't take up much space - there is a copy of our entire genome in each of our cells. When a couple of genomes are sequenced, the information takes up enough space to fill a standard laptop @GA4GH @BonfieldJames #BigData #CRAM4GH #CRAM

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Quoted @Sangercareers

Looking for a creative individual, driven by delivering quality media and public relation materials, to join @sangerinstitute as a #PressOfficer ➡️http://bit.ly/SangerPressOfficer … Closes 23rd June. #commsjobs #cambridgejobs

Looking for a creative individual, driven by delivering quality media and public relation materials, to join @sangerinstitute as a #PressOfficer 

➡️http://bit.ly/SangerPressOfficer … Closes 23rd June. 

#commsjobs #cambridgejobs

An opportunity with many stories to tell 📰🖊️ Last few days to apply to our Press Officer vacancy 👉 http://bit.ly/SangerPressOfficer … #CommsCareer

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Researchers have mapped the cellular building blocks of human lungs and airways #Asthma #HumanCellAtlas @humancellatlas @GSK @targetvalidate @umcg http://bit.ly/2IlD77v 

Congratulations to everyone involved in this great paper in Nature Medicine, producing this draft #HumanCellAtlas of lung cells in healthy and asthmatic patients.

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Genome sequencing is already used in #PersonalisedMedicine. Screening for #BRCA mutations helps women make informed choices about treatment and prevention of cancer, and helps clinicians monitor those who are at high risk @ee_davenport

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Introducing our new blog series: #MeetTheScientists. Get to know the people behind the incredible science here at Sanger. First up: Postdoc Saskia Rudat #InsideSanger #PostdocLife #SciTwitter

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The amount of #DNA sequencing data produced around the world is doubling every 7 months. To keep up, researchers are using #artificialintelligence to analyse the #bigdata in #genomics

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