Monthly Archives: February 2016
Dr Mark Bayfield is a sabbatical visitor from Dept of Biology, York University, Toronto and has joined our group for 5 months to learn techniques in computational biology (data integration and analysis of next generation sequencing data).
Welcome to Andal who has just started as a postdoc in our group.
Cell-to-cell variation in gene expression levels (noise) generates phenotypic diversity and is an important phenomenon in evolution, development and disease. TATA-box binding protein (TBP) is an essential factor that is required at virtually every eukaryotic promoter to initiate transcription. While … Continue reading
Congratulations to our postdoc Rita to be elected as a Fellow of Darwin College!