THE ART OF SCIENCE
is thinking differently
The lab is based at the University of Dundee and we study the process of cell division. Why? Because it is fundamental to all life on earth and it goes wrong in the vast majority of cancers. It is also a beautiful system to understand how signalling networks are regulated in time and space.
Find out more about what motivates our research here
If you have any request for reagents then please use the email form below. We're always very happy to share anything that we have made (published or unpublished).
We're always on the lookout for good postdocs and students who are motivated and passionate about science. Feel free to use the contact form below if you are interested in joining the lab.
We are currently looking to appoint a postdoctoral researcher on our CRUK-funded programme.
The goal is to examine how kinases and phosphatases work together to control chromosome segregation and protect against cancer. We are primarily looking for a highly-motivated and ambitious postdoctoral researcher with a passion for science. Endless questions are more important than endless skills, but mitosis and/or microscopy experience would be advantageous.
The project is advertised here, but you may want to first look at the philosophy section of my website. This can tell you important general information about the lab and our overall goal. The kind of information that you would never find in a specific advert.
If you are interested then please contact me for further information (using either the form below or email).