Professor Anthony Graham PhD, FAS
Professor of Developmental Biology
- Biomedical and life sciences
My research is devoted to the study of the early development of the embryonic head, specifically how the key components of the head interface with one another as they develop in tandem in the womb. This area of research provides important insight into how birth defects may develop. I am interested in the cellular and molecular cues that direct the development of each of these components and use comparative approaches to understand their evolution. I am also currently Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Anatomy and sit on the editorial board for EvoDevo.
Please see my Research Staff Profile for more detail.
Find out more about my research:
- Begbie et al., 2001. Integration between the epibranchial placodes and the hindbrain. Science.
- Okabe et al., 2004. The origin of the parathyroid gland. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.
- Veitch et al., 1999. Pharyngeal arch patterning in the absence of neural crest. Current Biology.
- Dr Clemens Kiecker, King's College London
- Dr Gareth Fraser, University of Florida
- Dr Seb Shimeld, University of Oxford
- Dr Andrea Wizenmann, University of Tubingen