Mike completed his BSc (Hons) and PhD at the University of Melbourne, Australia. He then travelled to Europe for post-doctoral work at the University of Heidelberg in Germany as a Marie Curie Fellow and then the University of Cambridge in the UK. From 2013, he was a lecturer and group leader at the University of York before moving to the School of BioSciences at the The University of Melbourne in March 2016.
Ángela completed her undergraduate degree and PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Zaragoza, Spain. She joined the lab as a post-doc in September 2014 to work on a BBSRC-funded project on sugar signalling mutants identified from genetic screens in Arabidopsis and continues to work on this project at the University of York
Heather completed her undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Leicester followed by a Masters degree at the University of York in 2011. She joined the lab in August 2015 to work on a BBSRC-funded project on sugar signalling mutants identified from genetics screens in Arabidopsis and continues to work on this project at The University of York.
Xiang completed her Masters at the Institute for Genetics and Developmental Biology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing working on thermotolerance in rice. She joined the lab at The University of Melbourne to commence her PhD in June 2017. Her project uses genetics and chemical genetics to investigate roles for GLR proteins in sugar signalling in Arabidopsis.
Dongjing completed his undergraduate degree in Biosciences at Hunan Agricultural University in China in 2016. He joined the lab at The University of Melbourne in February 2017 as a MSc (BioSciences) student. His project aims to use chemical genetics to investigate a role for ROS in transcriptional responses to sugars in Arabidopsis.
We are always keen for enthusiastic members to join the team. Prospective Masters and PhD students with strong academic records or post-docs thinking of applying for fellowships can contact Mike by email.