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- Srinivas Group Research Group
PhD, MPhil, MA, BSc
Professor of Developmental Biology
- Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator
- Director of Graduate Studies
Dr Srinivas completed a B.Sc. in Nizam College, Hyderabad, India in 1992. He earned an MA, MPhil and PhD from the Dept. of Genetics and Development in Columbia University, New York, USA, where he worked on embryonic kidney development. In 1999 he joined the National Institute for Medical Research in London, UK as a post-doctoral fellow, where he worked on anterior patterning during mammalian embryogenesis. In 2004 he was awarded a Wellcome Trust Research Career Development Fellowship and joined the University of Oxford as a University Lecturer and as Zeitlyn Fellow and Tutor in Medicine at Jesus College.
Further information can be found at Srinivas Research
Multi-cellular rosettes in the mouse visceral endoderm facilitate the ordered migration of anterior visceral endoderm cells.
Trichas G. et al, (2012), PLoS Biol, 10
Nodal dependent differential localisation of dishevelled-2 demarcates regions of differing cell behaviour in the visceral endoderm.
Trichas G. et al, (2011), PLoS Biol, 9
Characterisation of the dynamic behaviour of lipid droplets in the early mouse embryo using adaptive harmonic generation microscopy.
Watanabe T. et al, (2010), BMC Cell Biol, 11
Use of the viral 2A peptide for bicistronic expression in transgenic mice.
Trichas G. et al, (2008), BMC Biol, 6
Towards understanding the roles of position and geometry on cell fate decisions during preimplantation development.
Biggins JS. et al, (2015), Semin Cell Dev Biol, 47-48, 74 - 79
Bi-modal strategy of gastrulation in reptiles.
Stower MJ. et al, (2015), Dev Dyn
Bi-modal strategy of gastrulation in reptiles
Stower MJ. et al, (2015), Developmental Dynamics, 244, 1144 - 1157
Heading forwards: anterior visceral endoderm migration in patterning the mouse embryo.
Stower MJ. and Srinivas S., (2014), Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 369
Limited predictive value of blastomere angle of division in trophectoderm and inner cell mass specification.
Watanabe T. et al, (2014), Development, 141, 2279 - 2288