Dr Neil Bradman
1) Gentic analysis is used along side information from archaeology, anthropology and linguistics to elucidate understanding of demographic events. 2) The study of inter-ethnic group variation in genes coding for drug metabolising enzymes to improve therapeutic, diagnostic and prophylactic intervention in healthcare.
Use of genetic variation in the study of demographic history
Critical Care Medicine
Distribution of human genetic diversity in sub-Saharan Africa
Supervision of PhD students. Under supervision students undertake research projects in genetic anthropology/genetic history and pharmacogenetics; acquiring competency in: computer programming, genotyping and sequencing, genomic analysis, statistical genetics and population genetics, wet-lab data generation and fieldwork.
Dr Mike Grocott; Dr Gareth Ackland; Dr Geoffrey Bellingan; Prof Andres Ruiz-Linares; Dr Mark Peters; Prof Hugh Montgomery; Prof John Martin; Prof Mervyn Singer; Prof Monty Mythen; Prof Steve Humphries; Prof Aroon Hingorani
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