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2015_MT_Manj SandhuManjinder Sandhu

Reader in Global Health and Population Sciences, Department of Medicine, University of Cambridge

Group Leader, Genetic Epidemiology Group, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

 

Manj’s research seeks to improve our understanding of genomic diversity and the development of and susceptibility to complex diseases by integrating population genetics, epidemiology and genomic wide technologies. His research is focused on low and middle income countries and particularly those in Africa and South-East Asia. He led the development and delivery of the African Genome Variation Project – a major resource that provides insights into population genome diversity in Africa and is engaged in a programme of work to study ancient DNA and indigenous populations groups.

He established and co-directs the African Partnership for Chronic Disease Research (APCDR), an international network of scientists committed to strengthening research capacity and undertaking chronic disease research in Africa. Alongside this he is the co-director of the Ugandan Medical Informatics Centre (UMIC), an integrated data centre providing com-putational resources to African institutions across the region.

He is also Editor in Chief of the online journal Global Health, Epidemiology & Genomics (GHEG) an open access journal from Cambridge University Press.

 

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Forthcoming events

NDPH Seminar - Changing the way medical research is funded: Some lessons from Australia

Thursday, 26 September 2019, 4pm to 5pm @ Seminar rooms, BDI, Old Road Campus, OX3 7LF

Ethox/WEH Seminar - Reclaiming a Sense of Common Humanity: A Confucian Ethical Vision

Wednesday, 02 October 2019, 11am to 12.30pm @ Level 1 Ax Meeting Room, BDI, Old Road Campus, OX3 7LF

UVBO Seminar - Can wearable sensors and machine learning enhance our understanding of lifestyle health behaviours?

Thursday, 17 October 2019, 1pm to 2pm @ L1 Meeting room, Richard Doll Building, Old Road Campus, OX3 7LF

UVBO Seminar - Nutrient timing and human health

Thursday, 24 October 2019, 1pm to 2pm @ School of Anthropology, 61 Banbury Road, OX2 6PE

Pharmaceutical policies in the long run: reflections on 60th anniversary of the Hinchliffe Report

Monday, 11 November 2019, 9.30am to 5pm @ Merton College, Merton Street Oxford, OX1 4JD

Designing and Running Streamlined Randomized Trials

Monday, 13 January 2020 to Tuesday, 14 January 2020, 9.30am - 5pm