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The following researchers are associated with the Oxford Single Cell Biology Consortium.

Researcher

Affiliation

Research Interests

Prof Doug Higgs

MRC WIMM/RDM

Understanding how mammalian genes are switched on and off during development and differentiation and how this goes awry in human genetic diseases.

Prof Adam Mead

MRC WIMM/RDM

Unravelling heterogeneity of normal and malignant haematopoietic stem/progenitor cells.

Prof Sir Walter Bodmer

MRC WIMM/Department of Oncology

The fundamental genetics and biology of colorectal cancer and their potential applications

Prof Vincenzo Cerundolo

MRC WIMM/RDM

Tumour Immunology Laboratory

Prof Tao Dong

MRC WIMM/RDM/NDM

Anti-Viral T cell Laboratory

Prof Lars Fugger

MRC WIMM/NDCN

Risk factors in the development of multiple sclerosis through functional genetic and neuro-immunological analyses

Prof Claus Nerlov

MRC WIMM/RDM

How hematopoietic stem cells sustain blood formation, and how this process is altered during ageing and when leukemia develops

Dr Oliver Bannard

MRC WIMM/NDM

The mechanisms controlling germinal center reactions

Prof Georg Hollander

MRC WIMM/Department of Paediatrics

Understanding the development and function of the immune system in health and disease

Prof Tatjana Sauka-Spengler

MRC WIMM/NDM

Systems approaches to understand gene regulation during development and disease in zebrafish, chick, lamprey and human models.

Prof Alison Simmons

MRC WIMM/NDM

Innate Immunity in inflammation and Infection

Prof Paresh Vyas

WIMM/RDM

Fundamental biological processes underlying normal and malignant haematopoiesis

Prof Irene Roberts

MRC WIMM/Department of Paediatrics

The biological basis of the high frequency of haematological disorders which affect newborn infants

Prof Zam Cader

MRC WIMM/NDCN

The neurobiology of migraines

Prof Marella de Bruijn

MRC WIMM/RDM

Embryonic origins of blood stem cells with the aim to inform the generation of these cells in culture, and ultimate produce clinically relevant blood stem cells for therapeutic purposes.

Dr Liliana Minichiello

Department of Pharmacology

Control of the activity of nerve cells involved in cognitive processes such as learning and memory, motor behaviour and metabolism.

Prof Xin Lu

LICR

Tumour Suppression

Dr Steve Sansom

Kennedy Institute

Computational Immunomics Group

Prof Shankar Srinivas

DPAG

Patterning and morphogenesis of the early mammalian embryo

Dr Rory Bowden

WCHG

Single Cell Platform: service and methods development

Dr Helen Lockstone

WCHG

Bioinformatics Core Group

Prof Krina Zondervan and Prof Christian Becker

NDOG/WTCHG

Genomics in Women's Health

Dr Sergi Padilla-Parra

NDM/WCHG

Single cell RNA profiles during HIV-1 entry and fusion

Prof Anna Gloyn and Prof Mark McCarthy

OCDEM, Radcliffe Department of Medicine

Genetics of type 2 diabetes and related traits Group

Prof Ilan Davis

Department of Biochemistry

mRNA Localisation in Drosophila

Dr Caleb Webber

DPAG

Computational Disease Genomics and Networks.