We work closely with cell and developmental biologists in Warwick Medical School, on a range of grant-funded research projects and through co-supervision of graduate students.
Multiple groups in the Cells and Development cluster are members of focused interdisciplinary research centres:
This new Centre is a hub of multidisciplinary expertise, pioneering research that will lead to more successful pregnancies, better health for parents and children, and new treatments and tests.
We are researchers at the University of WarwickLink opens in a new window tackling antibiotic resistance by integrating expertise across disciplines.
The WISB research programme combines the principles of bioscience, engineering, computer science and physical science in theoretical and experimental synthetic biology research. We are developing next-generation synthetic biology tools and systems, biosynthetic pathways, synthetic communities of microbes, and plant-microbe interactions.