Project Research theme Group
A synthetic biology approach to detect pathogen molecules in crops
Agrochemical control of stress signalling pathways for enhanced stress tolerance
Bioinformatics and gene discovery in wheat rust pathogens
C4 Rice Project
Cell specific activation of plant hormones
Climate change and carbon gain in Antarctic mosses
CO2 acquisition by cyanobacteria and plants, & Synthetic Biology strategies for transplanting cyanobacterial CO2 Concentrating mechanism parts in crop plants
Coordination of chloroplast signals with cellular secondary messengers during abiotic and biotic stresses
Decrypting chloroplast signalling networks in C4 photosynthesis at cell type-resolution
Delivery of virulence proteins by fungal rust pathogens
Effector delivery by fungal rust pathogens
Electron transport and ATP synthesis in chloroplasts
Engineering microRNA pathways for broad-spectrum plant disease resistance.
Exploring Australia’s diversity for pathogens of weeds
Flavonoid functions in nitrogen-fixing symbioses
How do effector proteins from necrotrophic fungi cause disease in wheat
Laboratory overview
Microbial control of root developmental plasticity
Postgraduate projects with research support: Drivers of climate change responses in the Australian Alps
Protein function in plant immunity
Quorum sensing signalling in root symbioses
Regulation of chloroplast function via alternative splicing in the nucleus
Synthetic biology to engineer novel disease resistance in cereal crops
Uncovering the hare microbiome
Understanding the molecular basis of fungal rust diseases in plants
Wheat immunity and applied synthetic biology