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  • Professor Michael Coleman
    We study axon degeneration and its roles in neurodegenerative disease. One focus is proteins regulating the degeneration of injured axons (‘Wallerian degeneration'), which we have linked into a molecular pathway. Disease models involving similar m...
  • Dr Jonathan Gilley
    My principle research area is investigation of the molecular mechanisms involved in axon degeneration after injury and in disease.
  • Victoria Hewitt Dr Victoria Hewitt
    I am investigating how interactions between mitochondria and the endoplasmic reticulum contribute to mitochondrial dynamics in neurons. I am using fruit flies as a model system to determine how perturbing these interactions contributes to neurodeg...
  • Dr Elise Laperrousaz
    I interest myself in the axonal regeneration, after a spinal cord injury. In this context, I focus on integrins role in the process of axonal regeneration in both in vitro and in vivo models.
  • Andrea Loreto
    Axon degeneration is an early feature of several neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson's disease, motor neuron disease, multiple sclerosis and glaucoma. I have recently been awarded a Sir Henry Wellcome postdoctoral fellowship to work i...
  • Dr Bart Nieuwenhuis
    Injury to the brain and spinal cord has devastating consequences because adult neurons in the central nervous system (CNS) do not regenerate. Gene therapy is a promising tool to promote axon regeneration. My research makes contributions to the fie...
  • Alessio Vagnoni Dr Alessio Vagnoni
    The main goal of my research is to better understand the mechanisms of neuronal ageing in vivo. I am particularly interested in studying how macromolecules, proteins and organelles are trafficked within neuronal axons and how this process is regul...

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