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I direct the advanced imaging resource which comprises 20 different imaging systems and image informatics. As well as this I work to develop new methodologies relevant to the research carried out at the Human Genetics Unit. I have a particular focus on methodologies applied to super-resolution imaging and development of biocompatible substrates for advanced imaging through the Edinburgh Interdisciplinary Super-Resolution Consortium

Education/Academic qualification

Cell Biology, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), The role of RhoGTPases in macrophage motility and morphology, University of London

21 Sept 20001 Feb 2005

Award Date: 1 Feb 2005

Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, Master of Biochemistry, University of Oxford

1 Oct 19951 Jun 1999

Award Date: 15 Jun 1999

External positions

Committee member European Light Microscopy Initiative

28 May 2016 → …

Committee member, British Society of Cell Biology

1 Oct 2015 → …


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