Genetics/University of Leicester

Buildings of the University of Leicester, UK, in frost
Buildings of the University of Leicester, UK, in frost

The Molecular Cytogenetics Group is in the Department of Genetics, a research-led department engaged in a wide range of research activities, including Plant Cellular and Molecular Biology, Molecular Cytogenetics, Behavioural and Evolutionary Biology. The Department of Genetics is committed to the provision of high quality undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. It is the major contributor to the Biological Sciences curriculum with the University of Leicester. Until August 2015, the group was in the now-dissolved Department of Biology.

The University of Leicester is a major Research university in the UK. It has won Times Higher Education Awards for seven consecutive years 2007-2013 including “University of the Year”.

_phh5981adrian_building_leicesterMembers of the molecular cytogenetics group teach in all years and our post-graduate students are involved with teaching many of the undergraduate practical classes.

Two Practical Classes:

A typical lecture:

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