Characterising the cellular roles of metals
Associate Professor Christopher McDevitt
Advancements in the field of bacterial chemical biology have been limited due to a lack of capabilities beyond traditional probes that have restricted the field to the use of non-physiological model systems. Work in the McDevitt lab combines innovative new methodologies and technical approaches to directly address unresolved questions in how bacterial organisms use metal ions and the molecular targets of metal toxicity.
This research project is available to Honours students to join as part of their thesis.
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Molecular Mechanisms of Disease
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