Mike Haydon

  1. MSc/Honours projects for 2019

    There is an opportunity to undertake one of several projects available for Honours and Masters projects in the Haydon lab for 2019. Projects can be adapted accordingly and all contribute to existing research projects in the lab. Contact Mike for more details and arrange a chat. Follow the links for more information on MSc and […]


  2. The 2017 Haydon/Golz/Fournier-Level Labs Joint Xmas BBQ

    On Friday the Haydon, Golz and Fournier-Level labs had a BBQ in Princes Park to celebrate the end of the year. Having just moved into our new labs, it was perfect timing for a fun afternoon in the Melbourne summer sunshine. Hopefully we have kicked of a new tradition for the festive season.  


  3. MSc Projects for 2018

    There are several potential projects for students considering starting an MSc project in the Haydon lab in 2018. These are exciting projects that cover a range of research interests in the lab and will all offer training in molecular biology and genetics. Please get in touch with Mike Haydon if you wish to discuss these further. For […]


  4. New labs

    The new labs are just about complete. Unfortunately, we need to wait for OGTR certification before we can use them. But we are excited about moving into Building 184 soon! We will have some fantastic plant growth facilities, a dark room to house our luminescence imaging equipment and clean labs with a nice view of Royal Parade.      


  5. Melbourne – Potsdam Joint PhD Program

    Now in it’s second year, the Melbourne – Potsdam PhD Program in an exciting opportunity for talented young scientists to undertake a cross-national PhD. The projects are spent partly at the University of Melbourne, and partly at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Plant Physiology in Golm (near Berlin), Germany. There are nine potential projects to […]


  6. More than News.

    This is where you’ll find longer format news and comments in the future. Perhaps some pre-pub reporting of data, thoughts on the field, or some discussion of interesting publications. Who knows what exciting things you might find here… Stay tuned!