One day when Ross was driving his tractor near Limerick, he decided he wanted to be a scientist. He ended up in Dundee.
Ross's homebrewing got a bit serious and has taken a position with Carlsberg in Copenhagen.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Originally from Cleethorpes, Colin enjoys playing football and supports Grimsby Town FC.
He is currently working in Anja Groth's lab in Copenhagen.Email: email@example.com
Arrived from the lab of Jacqui Matthews in Sydney. No too keen on Scottish weather so has managed to pack in a fair amount of travel to escape it.
After 4 years the weather proved too much and Daniel has returned to Aus to join the Tremethick lab in Canberra.firstname.lastname@example.org
Trias came in Dundee back in 2003 to do his PhD studying chromatin remodelling in vivo. While some times you can find him in the lab, he is occasionally to be found on the Scottish email@example.com
There are few things more frightening than the sight of Andy on the rampage with an axe! He is encouraged to participate in a range of activities including Ice climbing, paragliding, night running, and cross dressing to help distract him from armed combat.
Andrew has started his own lab in Warwick.Email: Andrew.Bowman@med.uni-muenchen.de
Andrew arrived from Zurich where he had studied for his PhD with Tim Richmond http://www.mol.biol.ethz.ch/groups/richmond in 1999. After more years than he would like to admit to he has set up is own lab in Galway
Andrew is to date the only postdoc to have escaped from the TOH lab!
Publications arising from his work in Dundee are listed below.
Christopher J Stockdale
Chris was an undergraduate in Nottingham. Greatly missed, not least because had an amazing memory for scientific literature. He joined the lab of Richard McCulloch in Glasgow and is currently taking up a career as a Clinical Biochemist.
Helder C Ferreira
Helder was as serious about cooking as he was about science. Trained to a high level in Portugal, he left to join Susan Gassers Lab in Basel.
Currently, he has his own group in St Andrews synergy.st-andrews.ac.uk/ferreira/
Maik arrived to start his PhD as a qualified medic. After 4 years lab work he is somewhat alarmingly practicing again in Tubigen.
Pictured here on a lab trip to the climbing wall, Jo's first hobby was castles. She currently is currently a career development fellow in the the MRC toxicology Unit in Leicester.
Once apon a time the lab was organised. Unfortunately, Chantal has moved on to the Lim lab in Basel.
Ryan is great company... until he steps on a football pitch! It's now very important to be nice to him as he is manger of the central technical services for the school of life sciences.
Bubba grew to her full potential while in the lab. She makes regular return visits.