The 1000 Genomes Project is a fully open resource consisting of nearly 2500 sequenced individuals from five major world populations (Europeans, East Asians, Amerians, Africans and South Asians). It is designed to capture and provide all common (>1%) genetic variation. Data is made freely and openly available in advance of publication.

Team members

Paul Flicek
Susan Fairley
Holly Zheng-Bradley
Laura Clarke