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Department of Biosciences

Animal Cells and Systems

We are a grouping of animal biologists working on a range of fundamental biological questions, most of which underpin biomedical interests relevant to the bioeconomy.

Our research ranges from the subcellular level to the whole animal system and is divided into three thematic areas:

Mechanisms of development and ageing - including stem cell biology and age related disease

Cell to system organization and function – focusing on the cytoskeleton, membrane biology and signalling from subcellular to whole animal systems

Cell and tissue biotechnology – incorporating tissue engineering, development and application of in vitro models and biomarkers of health and disease

As a group our fundamental strengths are in basic bioscience and biotechnology using a variety of platform technologies from tissue culture to model organisms. We develop and use a range of state-of-the-art technologies including advanced bioimaging, omics-based approaches and computational strategies. Through interdisciplinary research we have and encourage strong links with other science and medical disciplines within our faculty and with external national and international organisations. These include major corporate industries, HE Institutes and NHS Trusts to develop the medical applications of our research and the fundamental knowledge it delivers. This enables us to realise the value and impact of our fundamental research in the health and wellbeing of our society.

 Academic Members: Dr Carrie A. Ambler, Dr R Bashir, Dr Adam Benham, Dr P Chazot, Dr Rebecca Clark, Dr David Doupe, Dr Martin Goldberg, Dr N Hole, Dr Paul Hunt, Prof CAB Jahoda, Dr Akis (Iakowos) Karakesisoglou, Dr Arto Maatta, Dr AJ O'Sullivan, Prof Stefan Przyborski, Dr S Pyner, Prof Roy Andrew Quinlan, Dr David Weinkove

Affiliates: Dr Martin Schröder, Dr Paul Yeo, Dr Sushma Grellscheid, Dr Paul Denny

Publications by staff in this group

Journal Article