Centre for Gene Regulation and Expression
The Centre for Gene Regulation and Expression consists of 12 research groups whose research is focused on the molecular machines that regulate gene function. The functions of these machines is in many cases inter-related.
We study some of the most basic questions in biology – asking how genes are maintained, organised, inherited, copied and controlled to underpin complex life?
We apply this knowledge to understand and treat disease – transforming lives.
Head of Division
Deputy Head of Division
|Wendy James||Lab Manager||GREfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jade Chalmers||Lab Management Support Technician||GRETech@dundee.ac.uk|
|Angie Blake||PA to Prof Angus Lamond & Divisional Secretary||MCDB-Admin@dundee.ac.uk|
|Rachel Morris||Lab Management Support Technician||GRETech@dundee.ac.uk|
|Wilma Shearer-Woudenberg||PA to Jason Swedlow||W.Woudenberg@dundee.ac.uk|
|Professor Tom Owen-Hughes||Public Engagement Championemail@example.com|
Professor Vicky Cowling has taken up a new position as a Senior Group Leader at the Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Beatson Institute in Glasgow.
Latest research from the lab of Dr Tony Ly describes a new proteomic analysis methodology for samples with a low cell number.
PhD Student Seraina Blümli and colleagues from the Owen-Hughes lab show the ARID1A subunit of the BAF chromatin remodelling complex organised nucleosomes flanking pluripotency transcription factors and association of the coactivator EP300.