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Five lupus patients in remission after CAR T-cell therapy

Written by Lauren Robertson, Science Writer Research published on September 15th in Nature Medicine has provided new evidence for the […]

Lupus variants identified with whole-genome sequencing in Chinese patients

A new study has identified key rare variants in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) in a Chinese population for the first […]

World of Genomics: The Philippines

In this week’s World of Genomics, we explore the Philippines, an archipelago in Southeast Asia famous for its stunning natural […]

Uncovering the mechanisms behind autoimmunity in Down’s syndrome

A study, recently published in Nature, has revealed the mechanisms underpinning autoimmune susceptibility in individuals with Down’s syndrome. The researchers […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 26th November

Check out the latest Genomics Week in Brief – full of intriguing news and research from the genomics space! Top […]

The strengths of single-cell and spatial omics in drug discovery

Please note the transcript has been edited for brevity and clarity. FLG: Hello, everyone, and welcome to our interview with […]

Transmissible cancers

Cancer is widespread in the animal kingdom. It can affect different animals – from fish to mammals – and even […]

Spinal fluid detects Alzheimer’s inflammation

Recent findings suggest that people who carry the gene variant associated with an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease also […]

Interview with Dr Halima Moncrieffe, Assistant Professor, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Dr Halima Moncrieffe is an Assistant Professor at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, ranked top 3 in the USA, where she combines genomics with immunology to understand medication response and disease etiology. Halima is an award-winning immunologist who’s ultimate goal is to move towards a cure for Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, so children can live pain-free and to their full potential