The University is home to a large and diverse Drosophila research community with expertise on a wide range of different biological topics.
You can access advice by contacting our researchers directly or simply get in touch and we can help you to identify and build connections with the relevant experts, for advice or to establish collaborations.
Research interests: Bone morphogenetic proteins (BMP) signalling: development, stem cell maintenance and cancer.
Read Hilary Ashe‘s profile.
Research interests: Factors that regulate ion channel expression in developing motoneurons.
Read Richard Baines’s profile.
Research interests: The role of cell adhesion molecules in signal transduction, the regulation of stem cell fate and cancer.
Read Martin Baron‘s profile.
Research interests: The evolution and genetic control of olfaction and chemical communication in insects.
Read Matthew Cobb‘s profile.
Research interests: How populations and species evolve in response to environmental change.
Read Tucker Gilman‘s profile.
Research interests: The development of clock cells in Drosophila.
Read Nicholas Glossop’s profile.
Research interests: Computational biology of non-protein-coding RNAs.
Read Sam-Griffiths-Jones’ profile.
Research interests: Co-ordinating microtubule dynamics during neuronal development and ageing.
Read Ines Hahns’ profile.
Research interests: The evolution and genetic control of an organism‘s shape and size.
Read Christian Klingenberg‘s profile.
Research interests: Signalling by Phosphoinositide Lipids (PIPs).
Read Lindsay MacDougall‘s profile.
Research interests: Cytoskeletal regulation of axonal growth and maintenance.
Read Andreas Prokop’s profile.
Research interests: Sensory neuroscience and development of genetic tools in Drosophila and Anopheles mosquitoes.
Research interests: Non coding RNAs in evolution.
Read Matthew Ronshaugen’s profile.
Research interests: Actin dynamics during development and tissue repair.
Read Tom Millard‘s profile.
Research interests: Molecular mechanisms of Frontotemporal Dementia.
Read Ryan West’s profile.