Cell Signalling

Researching cell signaling pathways and their importance in conveying information among cells to assist in understanding the development of a variety of human diseases.

Groups / Projects Research Lead Dept / Centre
A new function of the cytokine BAFF in dendritic cell maturation: Implications for immunity and cancers Senior Research Officer & Lab Manager Catherine Kennedy, PhD Microbiology and Immunology
Bedoui laboratory: Innate and adaptive interactions in immunity to infection Head of Laboratory Professor Sammy Bedoui
Microbiology and Immunology
Bo&MeRanG Research Projects Melbourne Coordinator Dr Marie Greyer
Characterising the pathways responsible for ICU-acquired weakness Research Project Leader Dr René Koopman
Physiology
Crack laboratory: Neuropharmacology Head of Laboratory Associate Professor Peter Crack
Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Decoding the trafficking of immune receptors A/Prof Justine Mintern Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Defining new roles for the Hippo signalling pathway in skeletal muscle Research Project Leader Associate Professor Paul Gregorevic
Physiology Research
Delbridge laboratory: Cardiac phenomics Head of Laboratory Professor Lea Delbridge
Physiology
Designing new optogenetic tools for biomedical research A/Prof Danny Hatters Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Developing a novel class of therapeutics for muscle wasting and frailty Research Project Leader Dr Benjamin Parker
Physiology Research
Developing innovative animal and cell culture models to study and treat muscular dystrophies Research Project Leader Associate Professor Paul Gregorevic
Physiology Research
Diabetic cardiomyopathy – an epidemic disease Research Project Leader Professor Lea Delbridge
Physiology
Towards understanding new therapies for obesity and diabetes: discovering new regulators of lipid metabolism Research Project Leader Professor Matthew Watt
Physiology Research
Establishing the effect of glycine/serine metabolism on skeletal muscle cell growth Research Project Leader Dr René Koopman
Physiology
Exercise-induced liver-muscle cross-talk and mitochondrial adaptations Research Project Leader Dr Magdalene Montgomery
Physiology Research
Exploiting nanoparticles as vaccines A/Prof Justine Mintern Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Exploring new roles for the TGFβ signalling network as a key regulator of skeletal muscle in health and disease Research Project Leader Associate Professor Paul Gregorevic
Physiology Research
Genetics of blood brain barrier formation Project Leader Professor Ben Hogan
Gregorevic laboratory: Muscle Research and Therapeutics Head of Laboratory Associate Professor Paul Gregorevic
Physiology
Gunnersen laboratory: Neuron development and plasticity Head of Laboratory Dr Jenny Gunnersen
Anatomy and Neuroscience
Heung-Chin Cheng laboratory Head of Laboratory Associate Professor Heung-Chin Cheng
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Hogan laboratory: Vascular developmental genetics and cell biology Head of Laboratory Professor Ben Hogan
Keast & Osborne laboratory: Neural development, injury and pain Joint Heads of Laboratory Professor Janet Keast & Dr Peregrine Osborne
Anatomy and Neuroscience
Learning from skeletal muscles to develop new treatments for cancer Research Project Leader Associate Professor Paul Gregorevic
Physiology Research
Live imaging of cellular signalling in vascular development and disease models Project Leader Professor Ben Hogan
Liz Hinde laboratory Head of Research Group Dr Elizabeth Hinde
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Mantamadiotis laboratory: Brain Cancer Molecular Biology Dr Theo Mantamadiotis
Microbiology and Immunology
Mechanisms of diastolic heart failure Research Project Leader Professor Lea Delbridge
Physiology
Molecular mechanisms controlling lymphangiogenesis Project Leader Professor Ben Hogan
Montgomery laboratory: Metabolic Tissue Cross-Talk Head of Laboratory Dr Magdalene Montgomery
Physiology
Murray laboratory: Myelin biology Head of Laboratory Dr Simon Murray
Anatomy and Neuroscience
Parker laboratory: Metabolic Proteomics & Signal Transduction Head of Laboratory Dr Benjamin Parker
Physiology
Paul Gleeson laboratory Head of Laboratory Professor Paul Gleeson
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Sex, adiposity and cardiac vulnerability Research Project Leader Professor Lea Delbridge
Physiology
Skeletal muscle signal transduction related to exercise, metabolic disease and human health Research Project Leader Dr Benjamin Parker
Physiology Research
Smith laboratory: Cardiac Form and Function Head of Laboratory Associate Professor Kelly Smith
Physiology
Structural Biology of Cancer Professor Michael Parker Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Structural Neurobiology Professor Michael Parker Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Systems genetics of muscle metabolism Research Project Leader Dr Benjamin Parker
Physiology Research
The heart as a central player in tissue cross-talk Research Project Leader Dr Magdalene Montgomery
Physiology Research
The Role of CXCR7 in Tissue Fibrosis Senior Research Officer & Lab Manager Catherine Kennedy, PhD Microbiology and Immunology
The role of protein modifications on muscle development Research Project Leader Dr Benjamin Parker
Physiology Research
Tissue communication in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NALFD) and liver fibrosis Research Project Leader Dr Magdalene Montgomery
Physiology Research
Understanding immune dysfunction in acute myeloid leukemia A/Prof Justine Mintern Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Understanding metabolic cross-talk in health and disease - Focus on type 2 diabetes and fatty liver Research Project Leader Dr Magdalene Montgomery
Physiology Research
Understanding the interaction between microbiota and T cell immunity Project Leader Professor Sammy Bedoui Microbiology and Immunology
Unravelling the mysteries of E3 ubiquitin ligase in regulating skeletal muscle size and function Research Project Leader Associate Professor Paul Gregorevic
Physiology Research
Using the immune system to kill tumours A/Prof Justine Mintern Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Watt laboratory: Metabolism and Diabetes Head of Laboratory Professor Matthew Watt
Physiology

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