Department of Biochemistry University of Oxford Department of Biochemistry
University of Oxford
South Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3QU

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Dr Bungo Akiyoshi
Evolutionary cell biology of chromosome segregation
Dr Andrew Angel
Mathematical Modelling of Gene Regulation
Prof Judy Armitage
Flagellar rotation and intracellular signalling pathways controlling bacterial chemotaxis
Prof Francis Barr
Mechanisms of human cell division & organelle identity
Prof Ben Berks
Bacterial protein transport and bacterial energy metabolism
Prof Phil Biggin
Computational Approaches to Receptor Dynamics and Ligand-Binding
Prof Neil Brockdorff
Developmental Epigenetics
Prof Garry Brown
Genetic defects of mitochondrial energy metabolism
Dr Terry Butters
Chemistry and biology of imino sugar inhibitors
Dr Martin Cohn
Maintenance of genomic stability and DNA repair in human
Prof Lynne Cox
Replicative senescence: towards an understanding of cellular ageing
Dr Max Crispin
Glycoprotein Therapeutics Laboratory
Prof Ilan Davis
mRNA Localisation in Drosophila
Prof Raymond Dwek
Glycobiology Institute
Prof Stuart Ferguson
Structure function and biogenesis of bacterial respiratory proteins
Prof Andre Furger
Control of gene expression in eukaryotes
Prof Elspeth Garman
Radiation damage in X-ray crystallography and elemental analysis of proteins
Prof Penny Handford
cbEGF containing proteins in health and disease
Prof David Harris
Regulation of the mitochondrial ATP synthase in cardiac and smooth muscle in normal and pathological states
Prof Matt Higgins
Structural studies of the malaria parasite
Prof Jonathan Hodgkin
Genetics of nematode immunity and development
Prof Mark Howarth
Bionanotechnology and its Application to Cancer
Prof Colin Kleanthous
Protein-protein interactions in bacterial cell signalling and protein import
Dr Rob Klose
Epigenetic regulation of chromatin function
Prof Nick Lakin
Detection, Signalling and Repair of DNA Damage
Prof Petros Ligoxygakis
Drosophila as a model to study innate immunity
Prof Louis Mahadevan
Kinase cascades targeted to transcription factors and nucleosomal proteins involved in gene induction
Dr Sylvia McLain
Structural and dynamical investigations of peptides, lipids and membranes from the atomic scale to the nanoscale
Prof Jane Mellor
Chromatin remodeling and gene regulation in simple eukaryotes
Dr Shabaz Mohammed
Proteomics Technology Development & Application
Prof Kim Nasmyth
Chromosome Segregation During Mitosis and Meiosis
Prof Simon Newstead
Structural and Functional Studies of Membrane Proteins
Prof Bela Novak
Dynamics of molecular regulatory networks
Prof Catherine Pears
The role of kinases in the choice of cell fate
Prof Christina Redfield
NMR studies of protein structure, function, folding and dynamics
Prof Mark Sansom
Ion channels and membrane proteins - simulations, modelling & bioinformatics
Dr Lothar Schermelleh
Advanced cellular imaging to study functional nuclear organization
Prof Jason Schnell
Structure and regulation of ion channels and membrane-bound receptors
Prof David Sherratt
Bacterial Chromosome Dynamics
Prof John Vakonakis
Structural Biology and Biophysics
Dr Lidia Vasilieva
Post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression in eukaryotes
Dr George Wadhams
In vivo quantitative analysis of natural and synthetic bacterial signalling pathways
Prof Anthony Watts
Resolving structural details of membrane peptides and proteins at high resolution
Prof Matthew Whitby
Genetic recombination and DNA repair in eukaryotes
Prof Alison Woollard
Molecular mechanisms controlling cell fate determination and cell proliferation during C. elegans development
Dr Mark Wormald
NMR studies of oligosaccharides and glycoprotein conformation and dynamics
Prof Nicole Zitzmann
Hepatitis - Development of Antiviral Strategies