Sarah Ennis

Professor of Genomics
University of Southampton
Sarah Ennis - Professor of Genomics at the University of Southampton, has worked in the field of genetic epidemiology for over 20 years; runs the Human Genomic Informatics (HGI) Group dry laboratory specialising in the analysis of NGS data in clinical cohorts; and has published >120 papers with focus on underpinning the molecular genetic basis of human rare and common disease. SE is chief investigator of cohort studies recruiting NHS patients. Projects include optimisation and cleaning of digitally extracted NHS data, execution of contemporary sequencing of DNA and RNA from patient samples and integration of data from multiple ‘omic sources using machine learning approaches to inform clinical management.


November 7 2019, 14:20
 - 14:50
Application of GenePy - A Gene Pathogenicity Scoring System To Whole Exome Sequencing Data.

Live Webinar

Higher Quality Nucleic Acid Extraction from FFPE Tissue & Other Challenging Samples Using the Ionic™ Purification System

hosted by Klint Rose, Chief Scientific Officer, Purigen Biosystems

Wednesday 27th May
16:00 BST