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Biography

Jeremy Green is an experimental and theoretical developmental biologist working on morphogens, morphogenesis and the innovative understanding of fundamental mechanisms of shape, pattern and structure formation that make and repair the body.

He was a co-discoverer with Professor Sir Jim Smith of the dose-threshold action of growth factor morphogens, laying the groundwork for directed-differentiation approaches to stem cell use.

Formerly a Miller Fellow at UC Berkeley and Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, his group at King’s College London investigates morphogen action, self-organising Reaction-Diffusion Turing patterning and physical morphogenesis of oral, craniofacial and ectodermal structures using molecular methods, advanced microscopy, image analysis and computational modelling.

Prof. Green is Vice-Dean International (Research) and works to encourage international collaborations and partnerships at postgraduate, postdoctoral and investigator levels.