Dr Doug Browning is a lecturer in the School of Biosciences at Aston University. His research focuses on three main areas: 1) how pathogenic bacteria regulate gene expression, 2) how the outer membranes of Gram-negative bacteria are assembled and how they can be disrupted and 3) the use of synthetic biology to design new bacterial recombinant protein expression systems.
During my Ph.D. and postdoc positions I spent a lot of time reading papers by many of the greats in microbiology, molecular biology and biochemistry, for example Dale Kaiser, Dick Burgess and Venki Ramakrishnan. In many ways their research was important for my development as a scientist, and it was great to meet these scientists at conference and hear the enthusiasm with which they talk about their science.
Dr Browning is the primary supervisor on the below projects:
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