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Modern genetics research seeks to provide a systems-level understanding of biology by relating genome sequence to function and phenotype. Research in the Department of Genetics covers a wide spectrum of biological problems, united by the application of genetics tools and approaches. Research themes range from the analysis of basic mechanisms in cell biology relating to the mechanics of division, migration and communication, through the large-scale analysis of genome regulation and epigenetic control, to aspects of population biology focused on issues of ecological and evolutionary significance.
Modern genetics has today evolved beyond its traditional boundaries to become a fundamental part of biology and medicine. The Department reflects this pervasiveness, with research interests
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Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK II.i Honours Degree.
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