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Refurbishment moves : Check here for lab moves

last modified Apr 28, 2014 02:09 PM

Because of extensive refurbishment to labs in the Department of Genetics, beginning in April 2014, many Groups working in the main Genetics building have moved. Some Groups have relocated within the same building, but some have moved elsewhere for the time being.

Watch this space for updates! Group Lab pages will also reflect the changes

Moves now completed:

  • The Carazo Salas Group has moved from the Gurdon Institute to the Department of Pharmacology [see new contact details]
  • The Farr Group has moved from the ground floor to the basement [B7, B16]
  • The Furner Group has moved from the main building to the Sainsbury Laboratory in the Botanic Garden [see new contact details]
  • The Draviam and Lindon Groups have moved from the first floor of the main building to the basement [B10, B11, B12]
  • The Jiggins Group has moved from the main building to the Field Station [see new contact details]
  • The Kimata Group has moved from the first floor of the main building to the second floor [Room 217]
  • The Segal Group has moved from the first floor of the main building to the second floor [Room 223]
  • The Summers Group has moved from the main building to the Department of Pharmacology [see new contact details]
  • Tracy Oakley has moved from the first floor admin offices to Room 210 [Mezzanine]
  • Claire Wilson has moved from the first floor admin offices to Room 209 [Mezzanine]
  • Mark Hammond has moved from the first floor mezzanine stairway  to Room 211 [Mezzanine]
  • The Bioinformatics Teaching Suite has relocated to the Craik Marshall Building, Dept PDN - For information about bioinformatics training, see http://www.bio.cam.ac.uk/facilities/research/training/bioinformatics

Last updated 28 April 2014

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