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matthew-stroud

Dr Matthew Stroud

Principal Investigator

Biography

My lab is interested in understanding how defects in nuclear envelope proteins lead to cardiac and skeletal myopathies. We take both basic and applied approaches using cells and model organisms to elucidate the key underlying mechanisms.

    Research

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    Stroud Lab

    Stroud Lab

    OILRIG
    Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

    A Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

    Cells
    King’s MechanoBiology Centre (KMBC)

    The King’s MechanoBiology Centre gives a common platform for researchers across different disciplines with complementary interests in mechanobiology

    News

    Study explores how exercise might mitigate age-related decline in skeletal muscle structure and function

    A new study has observed differences in the shape, structure and mechanical properties of nuclei in trained and untrained individuals, potentially helping to...

    Myonuclei website

      Research

      Stroud lab thumbnail
      Stroud Lab

      Stroud Lab

      OILRIG
      Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

      A Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

      Cells
      King’s MechanoBiology Centre (KMBC)

      The King’s MechanoBiology Centre gives a common platform for researchers across different disciplines with complementary interests in mechanobiology

      News

      Study explores how exercise might mitigate age-related decline in skeletal muscle structure and function

      A new study has observed differences in the shape, structure and mechanical properties of nuclei in trained and untrained individuals, potentially helping to...

      Myonuclei website