Led by: Joe Altin
The Altin group on tumour immunology and liposome targeting.
Led by: Murray Badger
The Badger Group is focused on understanding the ways different photosynthetic organisms have adapted to efficiently fix CO2, where CO2 is a limiting substrate.
Led by: Eldon Ball
We use molecular tools to investigate many aspects of coral biology including comparative genomics, development, stress responses and calcification.
Led by: Carol Behm
We use powerful biological resources provided by C. elegans to study aspects of nematode biochemistry, molecular biology and behaviour, and control methods.
Led by: Wah Chow
We investigate the structural organization of the thylakoid membrane; electron flow in leaves; quantification of Photosystem II; and photodamage.
Led by: Shin-Ho Chung
We are developing a computational program to study the interaction between polypetpides (drugs, toxins, other large molecules) and membrane ion channels.
Led by: Paul Cooper
Group research topics include insect physiology, salt and water regulation; locust and grapevine scale biology, and environmental physiology.
Led by: John Evans
We study relating photosynthesis to nitrogen; CO2 diffusion within leaves; analysing how plants acclimate to their light environment.
Led by: William Foley
The aim of our research is to understand the ecology and evolution of interactions between plants and animals in the Australian biota.
Led by: David Gordon
We study the functional role and evolution of bacteriocins, the ecology and evolution of the Enterobacteriaceae, and the ecology and evolution of plasmids.
Led by: Ryszard Maleszka
We are investigating diverse epigenetic mechanisms in the context of behaviour and developmental plasticity, mainly using the honey bee model.
Led by: Naresh Verma
We investigate the molecular mechanism of the O-antigen modification in S. flexneri by studying the structure proteins responsible for these changes.
Led by: Jochen Zeil
We are interested in insect navigation and the sensory, neural and behavioural adaptations that underpin navigational competence in insects.