Dr Tom Booth

Dr Tom Booth is a Senior Research Scientist in the Ancient Genomics Laboratory at the Francis Crick Institute. He has a PhD in Archaeology and has spent the last 7 years working on various projects investigating the genetics of people who inhabited Britain over the last 10,000 years, exploring human evolution, migration, ancestry change and genetic relationships in the funerary record. He is currently working on a project at the Crick looking to create an ancient UK Biobank of whole genome data from at least 1000 individuals from Britain to continue to investigate genetic variation in the past, but also understand trajectories of medically-relevant genetic variants through time.


Lecture Speaker: Dr Tom Booth

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