Research in the field of biochemistry and cell biology from the Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne.
Phil Batterham Neurogenetics, behaviour and systems biology in insects. The interaction of chemical insecticides with pest and beneficial insects.
Edmund Crampin Modelling heart cells to understand the development of heart disease, interactions between cells and nanoparticles, and computational approaches to study the network of genetic interactions underlying cancer.
Berit Ebert Novel transporters and transferases and their potential interactions to better understand coordinated glycan assembly in eukaryotes.
Dominic Hare Chemical pathology. Identifying and monitoring the fundamental chemical reactions that initiate diseases across lifespan.
Mike Haydon Molecular, cell and systems approaches to study inputs and outputs of plant circadian clocks, with a focus on metabolism and nutrients.
Joshua Heazlewood Plant cell wall biosynthesis, including endomembrane separation technologies, computational approaches to post-translational modifications, and systems analysis of nucleotide sugar metabolism.
Kim-Anh Le-Cao Biological data integration, multivariate projection-based methods, computational statistical learning, R software development.
Megan Maher Metals in biology; structural biology; protein chemistry; bioinorganic chemistry; biophysical techniques.
Michael Murray Development of multicellular organisms and the ability for cells to transition between stationary epithelial forms and migratory mesenchymal forms.
Staffan Persson How plants produce their cell walls, with a particular focus on the prominent cell wall polymer cellulose.
Gavin Reid Development and application of quantitative proteome and lipidome analysis strategies to identify functional biomarkers of disease, and for mass spectrometry based clinical diagnostics.
Ute Roessner Development and application of metabolomics technologies to study metabolism and physiology in biological systems.
Ian Woodrow How plants synthesise and store secondary metabolites, with a focus on Australian native species and metabolites of commercial interest.
Melbourne Integrative Genomics (MIG)
We aim to understand biological systems, with a focus on genomes as the blueprint for each system. We are interested in biological systems of different scales.