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Department of Biochemistry

 
Group Leaders at the Department's annual Away Days in 2002.
Ellen Nisbet

Ellen Nisbet

Molecular evolution - from algae to malaria.

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Jules Griffin

Jules Griffin

Lipid profiling and signalling.

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Simone Weyand

Simone Weyand

Membrane protein structure, function and cellular activities.

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Stephanie Jung

Stephanie Jung

Platelet collagen receptor GPVI-dimer.

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Jasmin Fisher

Jasmin Fisher

Executable biology.

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Nancy Standart

Nancy Standart

Post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression.

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Rick Livesey

Rick Livesey

Mammalian neural stem cell biology.

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Nick Robinson

Nick Robinson

Coordinating DNA repair and chromosomal replication.

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Giorgio Favrin

Giorgio Favrin

Building a systems view of Alzheimer's disease.

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Hee-Jeon Hong

Hee-Jeon Hong

Bacterial infections and immunity.

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José Silva

José Silva

Biology of induced pluripotency.

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Tom Monie

Tom Monie

Structure and function of the NOD-like receptors NOD1 and NOD2.

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Karen Lipkow

Karen Lipkow

Functional relationships between cellular signalling and architecture.

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Anton Wutz

Anton Wutz

Epigenetic regulation and cell identity control.

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John McCafferty

John McCafferty

Cell-cell interactions.

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Natasha Murzina

Natasha Murzina

Protein complexes in control of gene expression.

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Group Leaders at the Department's annual Away Days in 2002.

Credit: Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge.