Genomes to Life
Our leading expertise and advanced technological capability enable us to understand interconnected biological systems, from genotypes to phenotypes and their environmental interactions.
At Liverpool we have leading expertise and state-of-the-art instrumentation to do hypothesis driven research, whilst gathering big data across different platforms. Using cutting edge technology to acquire, analyse and interpret large scale data we work from the molecular, to the individual and population levels.
Ultimately we enable and push the boundaries of our understanding of how the complexity of the genome can be interpreted in the context of the environment. We apply this capability and expertise to address global challenges such as global health, food security, environmental change and resource sustainability.
We are not only using the latest technologies but we also do research in the –omics and bioinformatics fields and develop these technologies further in a truly transformative way. With an open access model for collaboration we build productive partnerships locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, delivering world leading science and solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.
Using transcriptomics to dissect Ebola virus disease
Collaborations involving the University of Liverpool’s unique cluster of world-class genomics facilities have proved the worth of high-tech genetics-based approaches in the field where it matters.
Bringing innovation to omics data analyses
Leading expertise supported by cutting-edge facilities deliver sophisticated software packages for proteomics analyses.
New insights into cell signalling revealed
Scientists at the Universities of Liverpool and Washington reveal important new insights into how cells communicate with each other.
The Liverpool Advantage - facilities and expertise
Centre for Genomic Research
The Centre for Genomic Research offers a wide range of sequencing and array applications, with associated informatics and analytical processing of data and functional interpretation.
The Liverpool GeneMill removes complexity for the end user, providing end-to-end design, construction and phenotypic validation of libraries of gene constructs for academic and industrial applications.
The Technology Directorate offers flexible access to world-class equipment and expertise through its Shared Research Facilities.
Meet some of our leading academics in omics and systems research:
Professor of Bioinformatics
Institute of Integrative Biology
Deputy Head of Institute of Integrative Biology,
Chair in Pathogen Genomics
Professor of Biological Mass Spectrometry
Chair in Infection and Global Health
Professor of Genetics, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour
Reader, Mathematical Sciences
Chair in Statistical Genetics, Biostatistics
Professor (Clin,Hcc), Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology