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Daniel Mulvihill

Dr Daniel Mulvihill

Research Fellow


University of Kent at Canterbury

Research summary

Dan Mulvihill’s research focuses on developing our understanding of how intracellular organization changes in response to the needs and environment of the living cell. He currently is a Royal Society Industry fellowship and Reader at the University of Kent. His research group uses molecular genetics and live-cell imaging techniques to study the regulation and function of dynamic cellular components in growing and dividing cells, and identifying the signaling pathways that modulate these processes. Through the development of new high temporal and spatial resolution microscopy techniques he is uncovering new regulatory pathways and functions of the cellular skeleton (cytoskeleton).

Grants awarded

Development of simultaneous multi-plane acquisition imaging systems

Scheme: Industry Fellowship

Dates: May 2012 - Apr 2016

Value: £119,321

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