Research Groups

Research groups at the Bio21 Institute come from a range of disciplines across the University of Melbourne. Researchers include biochemists, chemists, geneticists, zoologists, computational biologists, pharmacologists, engineers and dental scientists.

Each research group's interests and expertise are recognised as potential synergies in the development of the Bio21 Institute's broader interdisciplinary programs.

Faculty of Science
Simon Baxter Biosciences
Paul Donnelly Chemistry
Elizabeth Hinde Physics
Ary Hoffmann Biosciences
Lloyd Hollenberg Physics
Craig Hutton Chemistry
Guy Jameson Chemistry
David Jones Chemistry
Megan Maher Chemistry
Richard O'Hair Chemistry
Trent Perry Biosciences
Gavin Reid Chemistry
Mark Rizzacasa Chemistry
Frances Separovic Chemistry
Anthony Wedd Chemistry
Jonathan White Chemistry
Uta Wille Chemistry
Spencer Williams Chemistry
Wallace Wong Chemistry
   
Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
David Ascher Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Karen Day Microbiology & Immunology
Mike Duffy  Microbiology & Immunology
Laura Edgington-Mitchell Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Paul Gleeson Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Debnath Ghosal Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Paul Gooley Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Mike Griffin Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Danny Hatters Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Elizabeth Hinde Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Malcolm McConville Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Justine Mintern Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Michael Parker Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Stuart Ralph Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Gavin Reid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Eric Reynolds Dental Science
Isabelle Rouiller Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Diana Stojanovski Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
David Stroud Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Leann Tilley Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Ian van Driel Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Jose Villadangos Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
   
School of Engineering
Sally Gras Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Douglas Pires Computing and Information Systems