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Honoured in the most recent Recognition of Distinction round 2017

Caleb Webber from Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics was honoured in the most recent Recognition of Distinction round 2017, receiving the title of Professor of Bioinformatics.

Caleb's group is gaining insights in to complex neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disorders using functional, integrative and network genomics.They exploit large-scale genetic data sets to identify significant molecular features that can determine which genes contribute to these complex disorders and how. In particular, we identify the complex gene networks whose perturbation underlies the etiopathology of complex multigenic disease.

Many congratulations Caleb!

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