Institute of Genetics and Cancer

Events

Latest events from the Institute of Genetics and Cancer (formerly the IGMM).

Nucleic Acid Immunity Meeting 2022

This meeting aims to discuss the mechanisms of nucleic acid mediated immunity at the molecular and cellular level, and also the functional consequences of nucleic acid immunity on a systemic level: 22-24 September 2022

Shining a Light on Genetic Diagnosis for Rare Disease Day

A collaboration between the MRC HGU Genomic Data Analysis Centre, NHS Clinical Genetics Service for Rare Disease Day & the Genetics Alliance UK: Monday 28 February 2022, 6-7.30pm

Shining a Light on Brain Cancer (glioblastoma)

People living with genetic disorders and cancers are at the heart of our research at the Institute of Genetics and Cancer, the University of Edinburgh: Thursday 3rd February 2022

Virtual Meeting - MRC Human Genetics Unit Symposium: Aberrant Cell State Transitions in Human Disease

The goal of this online meeting is to discuss cutting edge research that builds on novel methodologies in single cell analysis to reveal biological mechanisms of disease: 23 - 24 September 2020

Rebel Cell: A new view of cancer

Geneticist and science writer Kat Arney takes us to the dawn of life on planet earth right up to the present day to get to the heart of what cancer really is: Wednesday 5th August 2020

Science Insights Online 2020

During the last week of July, we'll deliver our annual Science Insights cross-college work experience programme for S5 pupils for the 7th time. However, this year it will be online for the first time, in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic: July 2020

The eyes have it: From genetics to gene therapy

MRC sponsored HGU Genetics Unzipped podcast on living with and researching genetic eye disease: Thursday 2 July 2020

Looking To The Future

Margaret Frame & David Cameron invite you to: A Small Celebration of Cancer Research in Edinburgh - 10th March 2020 3.00pm

Seeing in colour: A symposium in honour of Professor Ian Jackson

This research symposium will celebrate science related to the work of Ian Jackson, including mouse genetics, eye development and disease: June 11th 2020 (event postponed).