1 March 2016 Mike officially started in the School of BioSciences at The University of Melbourne today.
12 February 2016 A methods chapter co-written with Alex Webb has been published in a book called Environmental Responses in Plants as part of the Methods in Molecular Biology series.
1 October 2015 Research in the lab is now also funded by The Royal Society. New plate reader arriving in a few weeks!
24 August 2015 Welcome to Heather Eastmond, who started today in the lab as a Research Technician.
5 June 2015 Adam Binns, an undergraduate student at York, has been awarded a BBSRC Research Experience Placement to work for 10 weeks in the lab over the summer.
2 June 2015 We're looking for a new Research Technician to join the lab to work on sugar signalling. Applications close on 21 June. Full details here.
29 April 2015 Our review on nutrient homeostasis and the clock was published today in Frontiers in Plant Science.
23 March 2015 Mike is in Saõ Paolo, Brazil this week to present at a FAPESP-British Council Workshop on 'Environmental and metabolic control of plant growth and development.'
30 September 2014 Welcome to Ángela and Waheed, who started today in the lab. BBSRC-funded project now underway!
26 June 2014 Research Technician position is now open for applications, closing on 9 July. The post is available for up to 3 years, working on a BBSRC-funded project on sugar signalling in Arabidopsis. Full details here.
24 June 2014 Post-doctoral Research Associate position available in the lab now! This is a BBSRC-funded project, available for up to 3 years, to work on sugar signalling in Arabidopsis. Closing date for applications is 23 July, with a start-date in September. Full detailshere.
6 June 2014We have been awarded a 3-year BBSRC grant to investigate sugar signalling in Arabidopsis. This means there will soon be an opportunity for a Postdoc and a Research Technician to join the lab. Watch this space for more details on how to apply.
Based in the School of BioSciences at The University of Melbourne (and also in the Department of Biology at the University of York) we use genetics, chemical genetics, molecular biology and biochemistry to understand signalling pathways underpinning adaptive mechanisms in plants in response to changes in environment.
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