Matei works on the MRC Discovery Award funded project on elucidating non-photic circadian feedback.
Current Lab Members
Trained as a circadian biologist and in vivo pharmacologist, my research is focused on the interplay between the intricate internal timing system significantly modulating most physiological processes, and disease and pharmacotherapy. Understanding - on a mechanistic level - how circadian disruption can lead to and influence disease progression and treatment is the main focus. The perspective of his work include to significantly improve already existing treatment options and to aid in the development of new drugs.
Swati has obtained a PhD from the UCLAN on BBB in vitro models and has started to explore the circadian modulation of parameters important for drug penetrance to the brain in a project between Lévi and Dallmann labs.
Ewan is a student in the ARAP programme of WMS and is co-supervised by Profs Tergaonkar (A*STAR) and Virshup (NUS/A*STAR).
Helena Xandri Monje has a degree in biochemistry and research experience in biotechnology, working on cancer stem cells and the screening of targets for anti-cancer nanoparticle delivery.
Currently, she is involved in a CRUk funded collaborative project between Lévi, Sadler, Perrier, Ballesta, Dallmann and Rand groups on the development of novel circadian delivery methods for novel metallodrugs.
Kristin is a PhD student joint with Prof Lévi.
Laura is an MRC DTP student and co-supervised by Dr. Sascha Ott, Computer Sciences, University of Warwick.
Lauren is a joint PhD student with Prof Dale, SLS, University of Warwick.
Yan is a Warwick-Sustech PhD Programme student and is co-supervised by Prof. Feng Rao, SUSTech, China
Former Lab Member
- Angus Hamilton, SSC2, Medical Student, 2017
- Raveena Ray, Nuffield Programme Summer Student, 2017
- Megan Littlejohn, Work Experience Student, 2016