School of Biological Sciences groups
Neha Agrawal Group
Neha Agrawal lab group website.
Bungo Akiyoshi lab website. We are studying the mechanism of chromosome segregation in Trypanosoma brucei. Wellcome Centre for Cell Biology, University of Edinburgh.
Dr. Helen Alexander's research group at the University of Edinburgh
Atlanta Cook Lab
Atlanta Cook Lab group website. Senior Research Fellow funded by the Wellcome Trust. The group studies the mechanistic basis of post-transcriptional control of gene expression using biochemical and structural approaches.
The Molecular Palaeobotany and Evolution Group
Patrick Heun lab
Patrick Heun lab website, our lab is interested in the epigenetic inheritance and organization of centromeres.
Baranovic Lab website.
Adrian Bird, Buchanan Professor of Genetics, Lab website
Behavioural Ecology in Animal Populations
We study how environmental conditions in early life carry over to affect later life traits that affect health, fitness and disease.
Welcome to Frungillo Lab! Our group uses interdisciplinary approaches to uncover molecular mechanism in plant nutrition, and aims to provide sustainable alternatives for increasing crop production to meet global food security needs. We are based at the Institute of Molecular Plant Sciences, University of Edinburgh.
Jeyaprakash Arulanandam (JP) lab
Professor A. Jeyaprakash Arulanandam (JP) lab website. Personal Chair of Structural Biology, Co-Head, Institute of Cell Biology, School of Biological Sciences, University of Edinburgh.
Loeske Kruuk Group
Loeske Kruuk Lab website.
Adele Marston Lab
Adele Marston lab group website. Professor of Cell Biology and Wellcome Investigator.
Parasite Immuno-epidemiology Group (P.I.G)
Information about the Parasite Immuno-epidemiology Group (P.I.G).
Julie Welburn lab group website, Personal Chair of Mechanistic Cell Biology. Institute of Cell Biology.
Welcome to the School of Biological Sciences website for postdocs. There are currently around 200 postdocs in the School and we are a diverse, vibrant and international community: around 45% of SBS postdocs are from the EU, 30% from the UK and 25% from the rest of the world. We hope you can find the information you need on these pages; if not email email@example.com.