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Pallen, Mark

pallenProfessor Mark Pallen

MRC Gambia liaison (Warwick Medical School)
Email: m.pallen@warwick.ac.uk
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I have been Professor of Microbial Genomics at the University of Warwick since April 2013 and have served as
Acting Head of the Division of Translational and Systems Medicine and Head of the Microbiology and Infection Unit at Warwick Medical School. I am dually qualified as a scientist (BA from Cambridge, PhD from Imperial) and as a medic/clinical bacteriologist (MBBS from London Hospital, MD from Barts, FRCPath), and benefit from Research-Council funding for both bioinformatics and laboratory-based molecular bacteriology projects.

Sampath, Karuna

karunaDr Karuna Sampath

A*STAR Singapore liaison (Warwick Medical School)
Email: k.sampath@warwick.ac.uk

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Karuna Sampath is an Associate Professor of Biomedicine, University of Warwick. Following her doctoral training at Indiana State University, USA with Gary Stuart, she did brief post-doctoral stints with Christopher Wright at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA (1995-1996), and Vladimir Korzh at the Institute of Molecular Agrobiology, Singapore (1997-1998). She was a visiting scientist at EMBL (host: Anne Ephrussi) in 1999, and started her independent programme in 2000 as a fellow at the Institute of Molecular Agrobiology, Singapore. She was a group leader at Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory, National University of Singapore from 2002-2013.

 

Millar, Jonathan

Professor Jonathan MillarProfessor Jonathan Millar

Co-Director (Warwick Medical School)
Email: J.Millar@warwick.ac.uk
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Jonathan Millar is Head of the Division of Biomedical Cell Biology at Warwick Medical School. Following a PhD with Enrique Rozengurt at CRUK in London and four years as a Lucille Markey fellow in the laboratory of Professor Paul Russell at The Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, Jonathan established his own laboratory in 1994 at the MRC National Institute for Medical Research. He moved to Warwick in 2006 to take up a Professorship in Cell Biology where his laboratory is supported by a programme grant from the MRC.

Date
Thursday, 04 February 2016
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Management Team, Steering Committee

McAinsh, Andrew

ampicProfessor Andrew McAinsh

Director (Warwick Medical School)
Email: A.D.McAinsh@warwick.ac.uk
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Andrew McAinsh is a Professor of Cell Biology and a Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator. Following a PhD at Cambridge with Steve Jackson and a postdoc at MIT with Peter Sorger, where he was Jane Coffin Childs Fellow, he established his independent laboratory in 2005 at the Marie Curie Research Institute. He moved to Warwick Medical School in 2009 and is also supported by grants from the BBSRC and MRC.

Date
Wednesday, 03 February 2016
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Management Team, Steering Committee

Straube, Anne

Dr Anne StraubeDr Anne Straube

MSc Director - Interdisiplinary Biomedical Research (Warwick Medical School)
Email: A.Straube@warwick.ac.uk
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Anne Straube is an Associate Professor in Mechanochemical Cell Biology and a Lister Research Prize Fellow. She joined the lab of Gero Steinberg at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich for a PhD and then moved as a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Emmy Noether programme of the German Science Foundation to the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology in Edinburgh. In 2007, she started her lab at the Marie Curie Research Institute before moving to the University of Warwick in 2009.

Date
Tuesday, 02 February 2016
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Rodger, Alison

Alison RodgerProfessor Alison Rodger

Management Committee (Department of Chemistry)
Email:
A.Rodger@warwick.ac.uk
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Alison Rodger is Professor of Biophysical Chemistry and Head of Chemistry. She is also a Director of the Molecular and Analytical Sciences (MAS) Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT)

Date
Sunday, 31 January 2016
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Dowson, Chris

roperDr David Roper

Management Committee (School of Life Sciences)
Email: David.roper@warwick.ac.uk

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David Roper is a Reader in Structural Biology in the School of Life Sciences and leads the UK Bacterial Cell Wall Biosynthesis Network (UK-BaCWAN). He completed his PhD at the University of Leicester in 1990 and became an MRC Career Development Fellow in 1996 at the University of York. His work on combating anti-microbial resistance is supported by the MRC.

 

Date
Sunday, 10 January 2016
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Management Team