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I did my undergrad at University of Sheffield and my PhD in the Department of Pharmacology at University of Cambridge. I did a post-doc with Leon Lagnado at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology and started my own group in 2006/7 at Liverpool, moving the lab to Warwick in 2013. Steve Royle
Principal Investigator

I am working on chromosome missegregation mechanisms in mitosis. Before joining the lab I worked with Enrique Martinez-Perez at MRC-CSC on chromosome segregation in oocytes. Nuria Ferrándiz Díaz

My project is to chacterise the proteins in the mesh which hold K-fibres together. I finished my PhD in Cancer Sciences in Birmingham with Roger Grand. Ellis Ryan

I am researching membrane trafficking and cell migration. I did my PhD in the Royle Lab and have stayed on for a short post-doc. Previously I worked in the lab of Valérie Legendre-Guillemin at Université du Québec à Chicoutimi. Gabrielle Larocque

I am working on tumour protein D52-like proteins in cell migration and membrane trafficking. Penelope La-Borde

I am working on forces in clathrin-mediated endocytosis. Before joining the lab I worked with Miguel Peñalva at CIB-CSIC, Madrid on membrane trafficking in Aspergillus nidulans. Miguel Hernández González

I'm a student on the Warwick-Singapore ARAP Programme. My project is on membrane trafficking co-supervised by Fred Bard, Singapore. Poonam Shah
PhD student

I am on the MIBTP2 PhD programme and I'm working on microtubule-binding proteins in mitosis with a bit of gene-editing on the side. James Shelford
PhD Student

I am generating cell lines using gene editing methods to study mitotic spindle stability. Teresa Massam-Wu
Research Assistant

I am on the Synthetic Biology PhD programme and have come to the lab to extend the functionality of GFP inside human cells. Cansu Küey
Rotation Student

Erick is part of CAMDU providing computing and image analysis support to the division, but he is also an honorary Royle lab member! Erick Martins Ratamero
Honorary lab member