Introduction to the site
The GDSC is a research centre investigating the responses of cells to genome damage and their relationship to cancer and other aspects of human disease. The purpose-built laboratories, funded by the Joint Infrastructure Fund (JIF), the Wolfson Foundation and the University, are located adjacent to the School of Life Sciences, and provide a dynamic and collaborative environment for carrying out state-of -the-art research. Much of this research is supported by the Medical Research Council via a Centre Grant and Programme Grants. The Centre currently houses twenty research groups.
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The Centre has a group directory (mapped as the G: drive on Windows workstations), containing files that can be accessed by all GDSC members. The sub-directory 'genome_all' contains:
- Image Resources - a collection of Powerpoint files with useful images that can be freely used
- Manuals and Guides
- MassSpec Proteomics
- Statistical analysis: points of significance - Nature Methods
- Risk Assessments