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Principal Investigators at CIMR

CIMR is home to 24 labs, but as part of the University of Cambridge Clinical School, each Principal Investigator is also affiliated with a home department. These include: Clinical  Biochemistry, Haematology, Medicine, Medical Genetics and Clinical Neurosciences.

Folma Buss

Folma Buss

Myosin motor proteins in health and disease

 

Janet Deane

Janet Deane

The role of sphingolipids in health and disease

 

David Gershlick

David Gershlick

Characterising the secretory pathway machinery

 

Gillian Griffiths

Gillian Griffiths

Control of secretion at the immunological synapse

 

Jim Huntington

Jim Huntington

Basic and translational research into thrombosis, haemophilia and antitrypsin deficiency

 

Fiona Karet

Fiona Karet

Renal tubular homeostasis in health and disease

 

Delphine Larrieu

Delphine Larrieu

Nuclear envelope regulation and links with disease

 

Paul Luzio

Paul Luzio

Membrane traffic in the late endocytic pathway

 

Stefan Marciniak

Stefan Marciniak

The role of endoplasmic reticulum stress in disease

Patrick Maxwell

Patrick Maxwell

Oxygen sensing and renal diseases

 

David Owen

David Owen

Structural biology of transport vesicle and organelle biogenesis

 

Lucy Raymond

Lucy Raymond

The genetic basis of intellectual disability

 

Prof Julian Rayner

Julian Rayner

Host-pathogen interactions in malaria

Randy Read

Randy Read

Methods for structural biology

 

Evan Reid

Evan Reid

Unravelling the molecular pathology of axon death

 

Margaret Robinson

Margaret Robinson

Coated vesicle adaptors

David Ron

David Ron

Protein folding homeostasis in the endoplasmic reticulum

David Rubinsztein

David Rubinsztein

Autophagy and neurodegeneration

 

Peter St George Hyslop

Peter St George-Hyslop

Genetics of human neurodegenerative disease

 

Matthew Seaman

Matthew Seaman

The molecular mechanisms of endosome-to-Golgi retrieval

 

Symeon Siniossoglou

Symeon Siniossoglou

Linking phospholipid metabolism to membrane and organelle function

Alan Warren

Alan Warren

Mechanisms of ribosome assembly

 

Michael Weekes

Michael Weekes

Innate immune evasion by intracellular pathogens

 

Geoff Woods

Geoff Woods

Understanding Mendelian disorders of neurodevelopment