Listen again: Genomics at Edinburgh launch event

We were delighted to host our virtual launch event on Thursday 16 September 2021.

Launch event

Genomics at Edinburgh launch event itself was a resounding success, with nearly 200 participants. The event showcased the high quality of science with fascinating talks highlighting the breadth and depth of genomics research here in Edinburgh.

Launch event programme

Mick Watson, Director Genomics at Edinburgh - Welcome and Introduction

Dan Macqueen, The Roslin Institute - Genomics of fish species: from aquaculture to evolution

Musa Hassan, The Roslin Institute - Functional Genomics of Host-Pathogen interactions in humans and livestock

Katerina Guschanski, School of Biological Sciences - Conservation genomics and speciation research meets museomics

Kenny Baillie, The Roslin Institute - Genetics of Mortality in Critical Care

Ben Jackson, School of Biological Sciences - Generation and transmission of SARS-CoV-2 recombinants in the UK

Verity Hill, Institute of Evolutionary Biology - Reconstructing spatial epidemiology based on SARS-CoV2

Giovanni Stracquadanio, Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology - Data-driven discoveries in cancer biology

Veronique Vitart, MRC Human Genetics Unit - Of mice and men: insights into regulatory programmes shaping corneal stroma in health and disease

Anna Williams, Centre for Regenerative Medicine, Institute for Regeneration and Repair - Heterogeneity of human central nervous system oligodendroglia by region, age and sex

Listen again

If you missed the event or want to listen to the presentations again, you can find the recordings below.