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Academic research community (GECIP)

Academics, clinicians, and students worldwide can join our research community, the Genomics England Clinical Interpretations Partnership (GECIP, for short).

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Research projects by domain

Select from the domains and explore our active research projects.

Research projects for Pan cancer (across cancers)

Identification of coding and non-coding drivers pan cancer

NRG1 fusions in cancer: frequency, clinical and demographic characteristics, and fusion partners

Characterisation of clonal haematopoiesis in patients with cancer

Application of long-read sequencing technologies to improve cancer diagnostics

Rationally designed panel for non-personalised minimal residual disease and early cancer detection

Salvaging whole genome sequence data derived from formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded samples and PCR-amplified samples in the UK 100,000 Genomes Project

The landscape of non-coding variants impacting the KRAS gene

Machine Learning Enabled Patient Insights in Haematological Cancers and Breast Cancers

Analysis of differences in cancer across ethnic groups

Spread of stage among all cancer types in Genomics England

Relationship between alkylating agent exposure and the development of single base substitution (SBS) signature 11

Overall Statistics and Summary Information for GEL data for Project Development

Benchmarking Genomics England alignment and somatic variant calling pipelines using PCAWG targeted sequencing data

Occurrence of MET genomic alterations across cancer types

Relationship between modifiable risk factors and mutational processes in cancer

Genomic impact of cancer therapies across tumour types

Refinement and functional annotation of fusions identified from WGS data

Categorising the immune landscape across a pan-cancer cohort and assessing its relation to response to immunotherapy and survival.

Comprehensive analysis of highly rearranged and hypermutated tumour genomes using long-read sequencing technologies

Exploiting rare polymorphisms, structural variation, and germline-somatic mutation interactions to explain missing heritability in cancer development

Pan cancer (across cancers) research plan

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Pan cancer (across cancers) detailed research plan
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