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James Hadfield

  • Molecular Biology
  • Head of Genomics
  • CRUK Cambridge Institute
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BiotechnologyCancerGenomics

About

I have been running microarrays since 2000 and moved to CRUK to set up a new genomics core. We introduced Illumina seqeuncing to the facility in 2007 and I am one of the two poepl that setup the Google Map for next-gen sequencers (http://pathogenomics.bham.ac.uk/hts/). My lab runs microarrays (Illumina, Affy, Agilent), Ilumina seqeuncing (2xGAIIx and 1xHiSeq), Pyrosequencing, Real-tim PCR, Sanger sequncing. In 2009 we ran 2500 expression arrays for a single project. My main reearch interestes are in the applications of genomics to clinical and high-throughput projects and development of genomic technologies.

Co-authors (658)

Publications (5)

  • Multi-genome alignment for quality control and contamination screening of next-generation sequencing data

    • Hadfield J
    • Eldridge M
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  • Somatic mutations in ATP1A1 and CACNA1D underlie a common subtype of adrenal hypertension

    • Azizan E
    • Poulsen H
    • Tuluc P
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  • The role of high-throughput technologies in clinical cancer genomics.

    • Idris S
    • Ahmad S
    • Scott M
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  • Introduction to miRNA Profiling Technologies and cross-platform comparison.

    • Aldridge S
    • Hadfield J
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  • The genomic and transcriptomic architecture of 2,000 breast tumours reveals novel subgroups.

    • Curtis C
    • Shah S
    • Chin S
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Professional experience

Head of Genomics

CRUK Cambridge Institute

September 2006 - Present

Education history

BSc

University of East Anglia, School of Biological Sciences

September 1992 - July 1995(3 years)