Developmental and cellular genetics

The living cell possesses extraordinary capabilities that allow it to sense and respond to its environment, metabolise nutrients required for growth and division and undergo changes in cell shape and function. All of these processes are under the control of the hereditary instructions or genes it expresses, from among the thousands in its genome.


Supervisors

Alex Andrianopoulos

Microbial and developmental genetics

Phil Batterham

Neurogenetics, behaviour and systems biology in insects

Paolin Rocio Cáceres Vélez

Therapies and genetics underlying neuronal cell health

Michael Duffy

Malaria pathogenesis and nuclear biology

John Golz

Developmental regulation and translational research

Christopher Dean Goodman

Malaria biology and host-vector interactions

Mike Haydon

Plant cell signalling

Patricia Jusuf

Neural development and regeneration, and disease modelling and treatment screening

Geoffrey McFadden

Malaria and endosymbiosis

Michael Murray

Developmental genetics of Drosophila

Trent Perry

Insecticide biology, neurogenetics, parasitic biology of the blowfly

Marilyn Renfree

Reproductive and developmental biology

Heroen Verbruggen

Marine genomics and microbiology

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