Skip to main content

Members' area

Discovery Forum and GECIP members can find training, support, and information on the Research Portal and Research Environment.

Having trouble logging in?

Contact the Service Desk
Female scientist holding vial of liquid and pressing on a computer screen
GECIP + Discovery Forum members

Log in to the Research Portal

The Research Portal is where you can go to manage your account details and other administrative tasks, as well as search through registered research projects and tracking your own research applications.

If you've already applied to join GECIP (academics, clinicians, and students) or the Discovery Forum (industry partners), you can use the button below to log in to your account.

Once logged in, you'll be able to:

  • Track your application to join a domain (academics, clinicians, and students only)
  • Submit and track your research projects
  • Access information governance training
Log in to the Research Portal
GECIP + Discovery Forum members

Log in to the Research Environment

The secure Research Environment is where all approved researchers can access the most up-to-date Genomics England dataset – the largest of its kind in the world.

If you've already applied to join GECIP (academics, clinicians, and students) or the Discovery Forum (industry partners), you can use the button below to log in to your account.

Once logged in, you'll be able to:

  • Perform analyses on the dataset
  • Access Genomics England's high-performance compute cluster
Log in to the Research Environment

You must be a member of GECIP or the Discovery Forum to log in.

Need assistance?

Contact the Service Desk

If you have questions or are experiencing issues using the Research Environment or Research Portal at any time, please contact our Service Desk.

Research outputs

See the research conducted using the Genomics England dataset

Publications

View the list of journal publications that include the Genomics England dataset as well as guidance on presenting research using our data.

View publications

Research projects

Browse registered projects and see what other researchers are working on, plus information on registering your research projects.

Go to the research registry

View summary data on the Public Data Browser

To see an overview of the data held within our Research Environment, you can use our Public Data Browser.

Open the Data Browser

Research Domains

  • All the chemical reactions in our cells that convert or use energy, including nutrients, can be defined as metabolism. In metabolic disorders this process is disrupted. In endocrine diseases, the way that cells in the body communicate with each other through the bloodstream malfunctions.

    There are hundreds of rare inherited metabolic and endocrine diseases that have serious effects on health and quality of life. Many are diagnosed late and there are few highly effective treatments.

    8,000 families with rare inherited metabolic and endocrine diseases were included in the 100,000 Genomes Project.

    Domain lead

    Professor Stephen O'Rahilly

    University of Cambridge

    Find out more

Explore Genomics England