Seminar 26 Sept: Modelling rate of decline (slope) of a biomarker as a quantitative genetic trait using mixed effects models: application to loss of renal function (GFR) in type 1 diabetes
UGI Core Services
UCL Genetics Institute proposes a mechanism for allocating some of its staff to research questions and collaborations. This is particularly useful for projects that are not large enough to warrant the recruitment of a full time position, but still require a dedicated analyst with the right set of skills. We are generally happy to collaborate on any topic broadly related to computational biology and quantitative life sciences. High throughput sequence data analysis is one area of expertise but the diverse set of skills should be able to contribute to most research questions in these computational areas.
Funding can be provided using a "fee for service" system, but it is usually best to contact us at the grant application step to facilitate the planning and the most appropriate allocation of resources to your project. Please contact the UGI manager Susmita Datta or to Vincent Plagnol for any question related to this.
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