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At the interface between the physical and biomedical sciences.
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The Randall Centre is a vibrant research environment, hosting labs working in burgeoning fields in biomedicine. Our research addresses fundamental biological questions at the interface between the physical and biomedical sciences.
We develop and apply state-of-the-art biophysical techniques and address molecular and cellular processes in biology and medicine. Many of these applications are focused on cell motility and the cytoskeleton, muscle signalling, stem cells and developmental biology, with a translational focus in allergy and asthma, cardiovascular and cancer biology.
The Centre is internationally recognised, helping us to foster cross-organisational collaborations and attract the best emerging and established talent from across the globe.
Determine protein structures by X-ray crystallography, NMR & computer-aided modelling.
Studying the role of cytoskeleton in cell division, adhesion, migration and intracellular traffic.
Formation, growth, function & repair of striated muscle for understanding muscle disease.
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Part 2 of the Randall Special Series on COP26.
The complexity of the climate crisis requires actions at different levels - ranging from the…
15 October 2021
Study on new pre-clinical therapeutic paradigm for tackling antimicrobial resistance wins the…
28 September 2021
New research provides novel insights with potentially important implications for our understanding…
30 November 2021
Seminar with Professor Jessica Kramer
07 December 2021
Seminar with Professor Cyril Dominguez