UCAM (University of Cambridge) is one of the world's leading research universities. The Department of Physiology Development & Neuroscience is the largest department in the University’s School of Biological Sciences and is equipped to conduct quality epigenetics research as applied to its key themes of Cellular & Systems Physiology, Developmental & Reproductive Biology, and Neuroscience. Expertise and infrastructure of the organization: expertise in integrating genomics and epigenomics into basic and applied programmes of research in health and disease. Excellent infrastructure for mammalian genetics with emphasis on the interaction between environment and the genome and its impact on human lifelong wellbeing.
Principal Investigators:
Prof Anne Ferguson-Smith (Professor of Genetics and Head of the Department of Genetic) 
Dr. Pietro Lio (department of Computer Science)
Dr. Matthew Trotter (Anne McLaren Laboratory for Regenerative Medicine, Clinical School)
Anne C. Ferguson-Smith is Professor of Genetics and Head of the Department of Genetics at the University of Cambridge, UK. She received her PhD from the Department of Biology at Yale University studying the functional genomic organisation of mammalian Hox clusters. For the past two decades, her team has researched the role and regulation of genomic imprinting in development and disease, and the epigenetic control of genome function in a wider context. Her current research focuses on three themes - stem cells and the epigenetic programme; genome-epigenome interactions; and mammalian development, environment and disease. She is a Wellcome Senior Investigator, an elected member of EMBO and a Fellow of the UK Academy of Medical Sciences.

Fellow Celia Delahaye, ESR 5

Dr Pietro Lio'
Pietro Lio'is a Reader in Computational Biology in the Computer Laboratory which is the department of Computer Science of the University of Cambridge and he is a member of the Artificial Intelligence group of the Computer Laboratory. 
Pietro Lio' hold one PhD in Complex Systems and Non Linear Dynamics (School of Informatics, dept of Engineering of the University of Firenze, Italy) and one PhD in (Theoretical) Genetics (University of Pavia, Italy).
Fellow Hui Xiao, ESR 6