The aim of the Centre for Genomic and Experimental Medicine (CGEM) is to use genetics and genomics to understand the mechanisms of disease and improve disease prediction, prevention and prognosis.
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For starting your PhD or MScR at IGMM please see: Teaching and Research Info 2020.
The following PhD projects are currently available in the Centre:
INFLANET Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network - Deadline for the first round of applications is 31st January 2021
- Mendelian human inflammatory diseases with Prof Yanick Crow, as part of the INFLANET Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network funded by the European Commission Horizon2020 programme.
Distinguished scientists from around the world working in areas of genetics, molecular medicine and cancer relevant to IGMM research.
Using genetics and genomics to diagnose, understand and better treat disease.
Working at the Centre for Genomic & Experimental Medicine and our partners.
State of the art scientific facilities, infrastructure and business support.
Postgraduate study opportunities, including PhDs and Masters programmes.