The first set of clusters forming the MRC National Mouse Genetics Network!

We’re excited to announce the first set of research clusters forming the MRC National Mouse Genetics Network.

The 7 cluster themes are: Cancer, led by Prof Karen Blyth at the CRUK Beatson Institute/University of Glasgow and Prof Louis Chesler at The Institute of Cancer Research, London, Congenital Anomalies, led by Prof Karen Liu at King’s College London, Degron Tagging, led by Dr Andrew Wood at the MRC Human Genetics Unit at the University of Edinburgh, Haem, led by Dr David Kent at the University of York, Microbiome, led by Prof Fiona Powrie at the University of Oxford, Mitochondria, led by Dr Robert Pitceathly at the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, and MURIDAE (Modalities for Understanding, Recording and Integrating Data Across Early life), led by Prof Anthony Isles at the MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics at Cardiff University.

As shown in the map below, each cluster has members distributed around the country. More information about the clusters and their members can be found on our clusters pages.

Geographical distribution of the seven clusters announced by the MRC for the new National Mouse Genetics Network

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