Advisory Board and Editors Cell Biology

Tamas Fulop

DR TAMÀS FÜLÖP, is Assistant Director of the Age Research Centre and Full Professor within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the Université de Sherbrooke in Quebec, Canada. He is also Head of the Immune Inflammation Laboratory and Medical Director of the Memory Clinic. M.D: From the Unversity of Geneva. His postdoctoral research was in the biochemistry of connective tissues, and his PhD is in immunology and gerontology. His research interest is aging in relation to immunity.

Brigitte Galliot

MD, PhD, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Science, Department of Genetics and Evolution, University of Geneva, Switzerland. Elected Vice-Dean. Member of Academia-net. Post-doctoral stage at the ZMBH, Heidelberg, Germany; PhD in Life Sciences in Strasbourg, France; medical studies in Paris, France. Since my post-doc time, I study the molecular and cellular basis of regeneration, neurogenesis and aging and I use Hydra, a freshwater cnidarian polyp, as model system.

Shou-Jiang (SJ) Gao

Professor of Molecular Microbiology and immunology at Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California.

Amato J. Giaccia

Professor of Radiation Oncology, Associate Chair for Research & Director of the Division of Radiation & Cancer Biology in the Department of Radiation Oncology. Head of the Radiation Biology Program in Stanford's Cancer Center, & Director of the Cancer Biology Interdisciplinary Graduate Program. Co-authored the 6th/7th editions of the textbook, "Radiation Biology for the Radiologist". Currently the Jack, Lulu and Sam Willson Professor in Cancer Biology at Stanford University School of Medicine

Joseph J Gillespie

Dr. Gillespie is an evolutionary biologist with broad interests in organismal and molecular evolution. The major focus of his current research is deciphering the mechanisms by which obligate intracellular species of Rickettsiales (Alphaproteobacteria) invade, survive and replicate within eukaryotic cells.

In research funded by the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Gillespie utilizes phylogenetics, comparative genomics and bioinformatics to guide experimental research on various pathogenic species of Rickettsia and their associated arthropod vectors. His early research resulted in the reclassification of Rickettsia species and the identification of many lineage-specific pathogenicity factors. Through years of intense scrutinization of dozens of diverse rickettsial genomes, Dr. Gillespie and colleagues have described a large, dynamic mobilome for Rickettsia species, resulting in the identification of integrative conjugative elements as the vehicles for seeding Rickettsia genomes with many of the factors underlying obligate intracellular biology and pathogenesis. Via an iterative process of genome sequencing, phylogenomics, bioinformatics, and classical molecular biology and microbiology, Dr. Gillespie continues to lead and assist research projects on the characterization of rickettsial gene and protein function.

John Gordon

Professor of Cellular Immunology (and Head of College of Medical and Dental Sciences Graduate School), University of Birmingham. Raine Visiting Professor, University of Western Australia. CSO & co-Founder, Celentyx Ltd.

Chandan - Goswami

I have an MSc in Biotechnology from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, to extend my horizons and expertise in the field of biology. From 1997 to date I have been actively engaged in biotechnology, cell-biology and biochemistry-related research work. During this period, I have developed my interests and expertise in neurobiology and cell biology. In the last 13 years I have worked mainly on microtubule cytoskeleton and TRP channels.

Gwyn W Gould

Gwyn is Professor of Cell Biology at the University of Glasgow where he has held a group leader position since 1989. He did his undergraduate and postgraduate work at the University of Southampton, studying lipid/protein interactions under the supervision of Tony Lee for his PhD. This was followed by postdoctoral work at Dartmouth Medical School where his interest in membrane trafficking began. His research focusses upon the control of glucose transport by insulin in adipocytes, muscle and cardiac tissue.

Pankaj Goyal

Associate Professor of cell biology and Developmental biology in Central University of Rajasthan, India. Received PhD in Human Biology from the Institute for Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany. Awarded “summa cum laude” for Ph.D. work.

Juro Gregan

- associate professor, Dept. of Genetics, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia
- group leader, MFPL, Dept. of Chromosome Biology, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
- postdoctoral researcher, IMP (Research Institute of Molecular Pathology), Vienna, Austria (K. Nasmyth lab)
- postdoctoral researcher, Dept. of Zoology, Univ. of Oxford, Oxford, UK (S. Kearsey lab)
- PhD study, Dept.of Microbiology and Genetics, Univ. of Vienna, Vienna, Austria (R. Schweyen lab)

Yosef Gruenbaum

Professor of Genetics and is currently the Chair of the Institute of Life Sciences at the Hebrew University. Member of Faculty 1000 and has served on the editorial board of several journals.

Jun-Lin Guan

Professor of Internal Medicine and of Cell and Developmental Biology at University of Michigan Medical School. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.