Our group use colloid chemistry to research environmental and agricultural soil systems. We also study pharmaceutical products that utilise colloidal particles and systems.
Our group have pioneered techniques to insert intramuscular electrodes into muscles at the hip and shoulder to understand the role of these muscles in the human body.
Our group uses biochemical- and cell biology-based techniques to investigate how vitamin A controls the development and maturation of sperm.
Our group studies the molecular interactions in signal transduction networks regulating inflammation.
Our group uses zebrafish models to discover and understand molecular pathways in blood cell development and disease.
Our group examines the neurobiology and neurochemistry that underlies the physiology of metabolism.
Our research group applies genomics for tracking the origin and spread of infectious diseases.
Our group studies the use of bacteriophage as alternatives to antibiotics. We also examine the personalization of medicine to fit a patient’s genetic profile, and patient management of medication in the treatment of chronic disease.
Our group studies animal models to discover novel mechanisms underlying reproductive, developmental, and immune functions.
Our group develops and applies advanced fluorescence imaging techniques to visualize cells at the single molecule and nano-scale. In particular, we are working to understand DNA damage and repair.