- The JDRF/WT Diabetes and Inflammation Laboratory, including John Todd, David Clayton and Linda Wicker: diabetes inflammation, genome informatics, statistical and non-Mendelian genetics.
- Fiona Karet: renal genetics (acid base homeostasis).
- David Rubinsztein: cellular mechanisms of neuro-degeneration and the biological effects of triplet repeat diseases.
- Lucy Raymond: Genetics of Learning Disability (GOLD) Study – applying genomic methods to X-linked learning disability.
- Dr Geoff Woods: autosomal recessive primary microcephaly
- Dr Evan Reid: studies on axonal degenerative disorders
- Dr Richard Sandford: Renal genetics (autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease ) and genetics of autoimmune liver disease. PBC Genetics Study - study to determine the genetic cause of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis, PSC Genetics Study – study to determine the genetic cause of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis.
- Dr Marc Tischkowitz: University Lecturer and Honorary Consultant.
Research is carried out in the Cambridge Institute for Medical Research and the newly opened Academic Department of Medical Genetics located on level 6 of the Addenbrooke’s Treatment Centre, Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Dr Richard Sandford’s group and Dr Marc Tishkowitz are located in this new Academic space.
The Eastern Sequence and Informatics Hub (EASIH), one of just three genetics research hubs created by the Medical Research Council (MRC) to provide scientists access to cutting-edge resources for DNA sequencing is located on level 4, Clinical Biochemistry laboratories block, Addenbrooke’s Hospital.