WelcomeOur lab investigates the structure and function of cell surface membranes in human pathogens, and how these relate to disease, evolution and development of treatment. Through studies of cell surface composition and architecture of African trypanosomes, both at the level of molecular targets and of cellular organization, our work is making significant contributions to membrane specialisation that is critical for parasitism and to possible exploitation for therapeutic gain.
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Queen's Medical Centre
University of Nottingham
Lab: +44 115 8230377
Office: +44 115 8230378