Hear from Professor Lindgren about how Oxford researchers at the BDI are developing, evaluating and deploying efficient methods for acquiring and analysing information for large clinical research studies to identify the associations between lifestyle exposures, genetic variants, infections and health outcomes around the globe. Cecilia Lindgren has a PhD in Molecular Genetics with a specialisation in endocrinology from the University of Lund, completed in sponsorship by the Witehead Institute at MIT, Cambridge, USA. She was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Lund and at the Karolinska Institutet, and a Scholar in Residence at the Broad Institute in Cambridge, USA, before joining the University of Oxford. She is a Wellcome Trust Investigator and co-founder/co-chair of the International Common Disease Alliance. She has been a Senior Research Fellow at St Anne’s since 2016, when she joined the steering group of the Centre for Personalised Medicine (at St Anne’s).