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mariasuchiu

Maria Suciu, a final year DPhil student in the Higgs/Hughes labs, was awarded the Outstanding Presentation Prize at the 5th Wellcome Trust Conference - Epigenomics of Common Diseases.  Maria presented the findings from part of her thesis project on comparing open-chromatin assays DNase-Seq and ATAC-Seq.

The Epigenomics of Common Diseases 2015 Conference brought together leading scientists from the fields of epigenomics, genetics and bioinformatics to discuss the latest developments in this fast-moving area.

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