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Dr Allister Crow

Job Title
Assistant Professor
Life Sciences
024 76 574185
Research Interests

Allister Crow is structural microbiologist based in the School of Life Sciences at the University of Warwick. Established in 2018, the Crow lab uses X-ray crystallography and allied molecular techniques to study bacterial proteins located within the cell envelope. Current research focuses on proteins involved in cell division and antimicrobial resistance.


Assistant Professor, University of Warwick, 2018-present
Postdoctoral Researcher (Lab of Prof. Vassilis Koronakis), University of Cambridge, 2011-2017
Postdoctoral Researcher (Lab of Prof. Mark Banfield), John Innes Centre, 2009-2011
Postdoctoral Researcher (Lab of Prof. Nick Le Brun), University of East Anglia, 2006-2009
PhD, (Lab of Dr. Arthur Oubrie), University of East Anglia, 2003-2006

Title Funder Award start Award end
Structural basis for bacterial peptidoglycan hydrolase activation in cell division and intrinsic resistance. BBSRC 01 Aug 2021 30 Jul 2024
Structure and mechanism of a key bacterial cell division protein Wellcome Trust 01 Oct 2018 30 Sep 2020

Research Themes:

Biomedical Science

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