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 Group leaders working in the field of Cell biology:

Name Surname Division Research title
Tim Mohun Developmental Biology Heart formation in vertebrates
Steve Ley Immune Cell Biology Regulation of gene expression in immune responses by NF-κB and MAP kinases
Victor Tybulewicz Immune Cell Biology Signal transduction from the antigen receptors of B and T cells
Jim Smith Systems Biology The molecular basis of mesoderm formation
Jean-Paul Vincent Developmental Biology Patterning and homeostasis in developing epithelia
David Wilkinson Developmental Neurobiology Regulation of boundary formation and neurogenesis
Pavel Tolar Immune Cell Biology Activation of Immune Receptors
Mike Blackman Parasitology Proteases in host cell exit and invasion by the malaria parasite
Tony Holder Parasitology Malaria parasites and red blood cells
Kate Bishop Virology Infection and replication of retroviruses
Jonathan Stoye Virology Retrovirus – host interactions
Matthew Hannah Archive This page has been archived;
Secretory vesicle formation in human endothelial cells
Katrin Rittinger Molecular Structure Structural biology of signalling networks that regulate innate and adaptive immunity
Justin Molloy Physical Biochemistry Single molecule studies of cell motility and cell signalling
Peter Thorpe Stem Cell Biology and Developmental Genetics Systems microscopy studies of cell division and cell fate determination
Eva Frickel Parasitology A new perspective on anti-Toxoplasma gondii immunity
Maximiliano Gutierrez Mycobacterial Research Cell biology of M. tuberculosis persistence
Vivian Li Stem Cell Biology and Developmental Genetics Wnt signalling pathway, intestinal stem cells and cancer
Ian Holt Virology Mitochondrial DNA Replication and Expression
Edgar Deu Parasitology Functional characterization of essential enzymes in Plasmodium.
Antonella Spinazzola Molecular Structure Mitochondrial biogenesis and disease
Moritz Treeck Parasitology How do parasites regulate the proteins they export into the host cell and how does the host contribute to that?

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