The amendments to the Statute of the Foundation have been accepted and registered in the Regional Register, therefore the new denomination of our Foundation is:

Italian Institute for Genomic Medicine - shortened IIGM

Applications close Friday, 31 March 2017
Job opportunity
(two-year, fixed-term position, renewable upon positive evaluation)
The Human Genetics Foundation – Torino (HuGeF) is seeking a motivated person with significant theoretical and practical training and significant experience in flow cytometry and cell sorting to fill the position of Manager of its Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Facility. more
Upcoming paper on British Journal of Cancer
Bladder cancer (BC) is among the most common malignancies worldwide. In recent years, there has been an increased interest in the identification of new biomarkers for early BC detection and recurrence/progression.
In the study of Pardini, Viberti et al. the levels of chromosomal damage were evaluated in lymphocytes from 158 BC cases more
three-dimensional structure of RNA molecules
Thanks to the new sequencing technologies, it is now possible to define the three-dimensional structure of RNA molecules to understand their function.
A large fraction of the cellular DNA is transcribed into RNA molecules, which function either as a cellular message more
Identifying previously unrecognized, recurrently mutated genes
Next generation sequencing implemented our knowledge of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) mutational landscape by identifying previously unrecognized, recurrently mutated genes. Among others, mutations in the PEST domain of NOTCH1 more