Professor Tomoyuki Tanaka
Gene Regulation and Expression, School of Life Sciences
Researchers at the University of Dundee have discovered novel mechanisms for chromosome inheritance by recreating this process in a test tube.
Professors Vicky Cowling and Tomo Tanaka were given Investigator Awards from Wellcome in the recent funding round.
The research group led by Professor Tomo Tanaka has made a significant new discovery about how cells properly inherit their genetic information.
Mechanisms ensuring proper chromosome segregation in mitosis
|Major Personal Funding Awards / Wellcome Investigator Award||2020|
|Major Personal Funding Awards / European Research Council Advanced Grant||2013|
|Personal Fellowships / Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellowship||2012|
|Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh||2009|
|Members of the European Molecular Biology Organisation||2008|
|Personal Fellowships / Cancer Research UK Senior Cancer Research Fellowship||2007|
|National Sciences Prizes awarded since 1990 / The Hooke Medal of the British Society for Cell Biology||2007|
|National Sciences Prizes awarded since 1990 / Lister Research Prize Fellowship||2005|
|Personal Fellowships / Lister Institute Research Prize Fellowship||2005|
|International Science Prizes awarded since 1990 / EMBO Young Investigator||2000|