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  • Dr RUCHI CHAUHAN
    Cell and molecular neuroscience
  • Damian Crowther Dr Damian Crowther
    The neuroscience group at AstraZeneca has particular interests in neurodegeneration, neuropsychiatry and pain. We are a highly collaborative group and keen to work productively with the Cambridge neuroscience community. More details at: www.azne...
  • Anne Ferguson-Smith Professor Anne Ferguson-Smith
    Genomic imprinting is an epigenetic mechanism causing genes to be expressed depending on their parental origin. Our research investigates the mechanism and evolution of genomic imprinting and the function of imprinted genes in development and dise...
  • Liria Masuda-Nakagawa Dr Liria Masuda-Nakagawa
    I am interested in the circuit mechanisms of odor discrimination learning in the higher brain. The mushroom bodies (MBs) of insect brains are centers for associative olfactory learning. Using Drosophila larva, I have characterized the input region...
  • Dr Eric Miska
    We are interested in all aspects of gene regulation by regulatory RNA. Current research themes include: miRNA biology and pathology, miRNA mechanism, piRNA biology and the germline, endo-siRNAs in epigenetic inheritance and evironmental conditioni...
  • Cahir O'Kane Dr Cahir O'Kane
    We are interested in the basic biology of axonal ER, and its relevance to neurodegenerative disease, using Drosophila as a model. Axonal ER forms a continuous tubular network throughout the neuron, comparable to a “neuron within a neuron”, potenti...
  • Dr Megan Oliva
    Axonal endoplasmic reticulum (ER) forms an intracellular tubular network, continuous throughout neurons; its long-range continuity could carry signals independently of action potentials, like a “neuron within a neuron”. An important role for it is...
  • Miss Zeynep Öztürk
    I am a first year PhD student and my project is for understanding endoplasmic reticulum (ER) organization and roles of this existence in neurons related to neurodegeneration. ER and mitochondria are two organelles firstly became dysfunctional duri...
  • Alexander Patto Dr Alexander Patto
    SPG11 loss-of-function mutations can cause any of three neurodegenerative diseases, sometimes with different presentations in the same family: a severe form of hereditary spastic paraplegia; a juvenile and slowly progressive ALS; or juvenile Parki...
  • Juan Jose Perez Moreno Dr Juan Jose Perez Moreno
    In neurons, endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is not only found in the cell body, but also extends into dendrites and axonal presynaptic terminals. Axonal ER comprises a tubular network of mainly smooth ER, whose function is still poorly understood. In h...

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