The Medical Research Council Human Genetics Unit, a partner in the MRC Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine at The University of Edinburgh, is at the forefront of research into human genetics.
Its mission is to understand the role of genes and the genome in normal development and physiology and how changes in genome sequence impact on human health and disease. The Unit's programmes of work cover the themes of rare and common disease genetics, gene regulation and genome stability.
Dr David Hunt, a Wellcome Intermediate Clinical Fellow based at the IGMM, has been awarded the Sir Derrick Dunlop Prize by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)...Read more
Edinburgh Doors Open Day, organised by the Cockburn Association, is your chance to explore some of Edinburgh’s architecturally and culturally significant buildings - all for free...Read more
MRC Human Genetics Unit Director hosts Super-Resolution Summer School
Professor Wendy Bickmore, Director of the MRC Human Genetics Unit, hosted the second annual ESRIC Super-Resolution Summer School last week...Read more
The Dame Sheila Sherlock prize is awarded annually to recognise the enormous contribution of Dame Sheila Sherlock...Read more
We are delighted to have been awarded the Athena Swan Bronze status in 2014 and will submit for Silver Status in 2015