PathogenSeq lab

The Applied Genomics Centre

For Infectious Diseases

What we do

We are a dynamic interdisciplinary group dedicated to advancing the understanding of infectious diseases, with a particular focus on tuberculosis, malaria, and antimicrobial resistant (AMR) infections. Our approach seamlessly integrates 'omics, experimental, and big data science methodologies to provide comprehensive insights that inform critical decision-making in public health, clinical practice, and surveillance.
Our commitment extends beyond research; we actively contribute to building genomic investigation capabilities in endemic settings. Through collaborative projects and hands-on workshops in 'omics and bioinformatics, we empower researchers and healthcare professionals, fostering a robust network that enhances our collective ability to combat infectious diseases. By bridging the gap between cutting-edge science and practical applications, we aim to make a tangible impact on global health outcomes.

Check out our work by selecting a category below!

Malaria

TB

Vectors

AMR

Viruses

Software

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LATEST NEWS

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New Reference Genomes For P Ovale

Genomic Surveillance of Anopheles Mosquitoes On The Bijagós Archipelago

Successful Omics Course In London

LATEST NEWS

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New Reference Genomes For P Ovale

Genomic Surveillance of Anopheles Mosquitoes On The Bijagós Archipelago

Successful Omics Course In London