The London Genomics Network is formed of 15 laboratories based in 7 academic institutions around London. These laboratories provide genomics support and expertise to researchers in their own institutions and the wider scientific community.
LMS/MRC Genomics Laboratory – MRC LMS London Institute of Medical Sciences
The Genomics Facility provides state-of-the-art facilities for high-throughput genomic research using high-throughput sequencing and single-cell technologies
BRC Genomics Facility – Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London
The BRC Genomics Facility offers integrated support for translational sequencing projects
email@example.com – @ImperialGF
London Biofoundry – Imperial College London
The London Biofoundry provides an integrated Bioengineering stack to academics and start-ups including NGS platforms (Illumina, PacBio, ONT) supported by HT lab automation.
UCL Genomics – Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
UCL Genomics is a collaborative research facility with expertise in state-of-the-art genomic technologies, project design and data analysis. The facility has dedicated applications specialists running several different -omic streams including methylation profiling, genotyping microarrays, RNA/DNA-seq, pathogen sequencing, single cell sequencing and high throughput automated nucleic acid extractions and data analysis.
firstname.lastname@example.org – @uclgenomics
Genomics Translational Technology Platform – UCL Cancer Institute
The Genomics TTP provides access to state-of-the-art genomics equipment and offers NGS library preparation and genome engineering services to researchers working in the cancer field at the Cancer Institute and UCL.
Long Read Sequencing Facility – Department of Neuromuscular Diseases, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology
The UCL LRS provides access to long-read sequencing services such as Nanopore and PacBio technologies to researchers and industry.
Queen Mary University London
Genome Centre – Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London
Barts and The London Genome Centre is the genomics core facility at Queen Mary University of London, supporting researchers since 2000.
The Queen Mary SBBS Genomics Facility – School of Biological and Behavioural Sciences
The SBBS genomics facility’s primary focus is on long-range sequencing and chromosome mapping. We provide long-range sequencing, direct RNA sequencing and transcriptomics through the PromethION, while the Saphyr allows us to support chromosome level studies for genome polishing and analysis of structural variation
email@example.com – @SBBSGenomics
King’s College London
NIHR BRC Genomics Research Platform – Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Trust and King’s College London
BRC genomics Platform provides access to cutting edge infrastructure and latest technologies to support single cell transcriptomics, spatial transcriptomics, Illumina sequencing, NGS library preparation for a range of applications and streamlined data analysis services. The platform works with investigators to develop novel protocols for new applications within these technologies and provides support with experimental design and project planning.
King’s Genomics Centre – King’s College London
Based in the Franklin-Wilkins Building at the Waterloo Campus, the Centre offers facilities and services for high throughput genomics research with a focus on gene expression profiling using Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies
firstname.lastname@example.org – @Genomics_Kings
IoPPN Genomics & Biomarker Core Facility – The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN)
The IoPPN Genomics & Biomarker Core Facility within King’s College London offers an array of high-throughput genomics services from sample preparation to bioinformatics support
Genomics Facility – The Institute of Cancer Research, Molecular Pathology
With state-of-the-art hardware and unrivalled expertise in the molecular characterisation of tumours, the Genomics Facility supports researchers at the ICR and our partner institutions across the UK to accelerate progress towards precision therapies
email@example.com – @Genomics_ICR
Molecular Diagnostics Translational Research Unit – Royal Marsden Hospital/Institute for Cancer Research Centre for Molecular Pathology
Translational research team in ISO15189 accredited lab. Human-only work with direct clinical implications (eg clinical trials)
firstname.lastname@example.org – @generoom
The Francis Crick Institute
The Advanced Sequencing Facility (ASF) supports genomics research conducted at the Crick. It is formed of a team of 15 scientists with expertise in the latest technologies in the field, including single cell biology, spatial transcriptomics, long reads sequencing and automation.
The Natural History Museum
Staffed by specialists in molecular biology, we carry out interdisciplinary research for all Museum departments.
email@example.com – @NHM_Molecular