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Research group overview

The Gurdon Institute is a world-leading centre for research at the interface between developmental biology and cancer biology

Our group leaders are listed below, each with a link to their research page:

2017 Ahringer

 

Julie Ahringer

The regulation of chromatin architecture and function

2017 Livesey

 

Rick Livesey

Development, evolution and degeneration of the brain

2017 Brand

 

Andrea Brand

Time to wake up: regulation of stem cell quiescence and proliferation

2017 Ma

 

Hansong Ma

Genetics of mitochondrial DNA in evolution and disease

2017 Gallop2014

 

Jenny Gallop

Membranes, actin and morphogenesis

2017 Miska

 

Eric Miska

Non-coding RNA and genome dynamics

 

2017 Gurdon

 

John Gurdon

Nuclear reprogramming by oocytes and eggs

2017 Rawlins

 

Emma Rawlins

Stem and progenitor cells in the mammalian lung

 

2017 Hemberg

 

Martin Hemberg

Computational analyses of large genomic datasets

2017 Simons

 

Ben Simons

Mechanisms of stem cell fate in tissue development, maintenance and disease

2017 Huch

 

Meri Huch

Stem cells and tissue regeneration in liver and pancreas

2017 St Johnston

 

Daniel St Johnston

Polarising epithelial cells and body axes

2017 Jackson

 

Steve Jackson

Maintenance of genome stability

2017 Surani

 

Azim Surani

Human germ cell specification, programming and epigenetic inheritance

2017 Kouzarides

 

Tony Kouzarides

Epigenetic modifications and cancer

2017 Zegerman

 

Philip Zegerman

The regulation of DNA replication initiation in eukaryotes