Assistant Professor at Warwick Medical School and a Wellcome-Warwick Quantitative Biomedicine Programme (QBP) faculty member.
I am interested in processes that shape the early zebrafish embryo.
I manage the daily operations of the lab and supervise the various zebrafish lines.
I am investigating the feedback between nuclear mechanics and cell fate specification.
I am studying tissue morphogenesis of the early forebrain and work closely with Till Bretschneider’s group (Warwick Computer Science).
I am interested in molecular and cellular mechanisms of collective cell migration.
I am working on gene regulation and patterning of the early forebrain using multiplexed RNAseq in collaboration with Kok Hao Chen (Genome Institute of Singapore).
Postdocs: Arthur King | PhD students: Emma Proctor (MAS-CDT) | Mini-project students: Jonatan Bennaroch (MRC-DTP); Hannah Burnage (MIBTP)