Welcome to the Nott Lab
We are an interdisciplinary group in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Oxford. Our research is aimed at understanding sub-cellular organisation, and in particular how and why cells perform certain biochemical reactions inside membraneless organelles.
09/01/19 – Tim back from giving a seminar at the Protein and Gene club at Queen Mary University of London. Thank you to Conrad Mullineaux for the invitation and interesting discussion.
20/12/18 – Tim back from the Phase Separated Assemblies in Cell Biology meeting at the Banbury Center (CSHL). Thank you to Geraldine Seydoux, Arup K. Chakraborty and Richard Young for the invitation to participate in a great meeting.
12/12/18 – First Nott / Shammas labs joint symposium afternoon. Thanks to all for preparing talks and sharing your exciting research.
01/12/18 – Tim and Michael’s feature on membraneless compartmentalisation out in The Scientist. Thanks to Senior Editor Jef Akst for the invitation to contribute.
01/10/18 – Michael joins New College as a Junior Research Fellow.
01/10/18 – MRes student Leon Babl joins the lab. Welcome, Leon!
26/09/18 – Michael presented with an Outstanding Thesis Award for his PhD work in Professor Jane Clarke’s group in Cambridge. Great work, Michael!
17/09/18 – Tim back from the Wellcome Trust meeting on Molecular Mechanisms in Health and Disease. Talks were live-sketched by the incredibly talented Alex Cagan (@ATJCagan) - click here for Alex's sketch of Tim's talk .
03/09/18 – Tim back from speaking at ISP2018 in Wageningen. Thank you to Evan Spruijt and the other organisers for an excellent week in the Netherlands.
27/08/18 - Tim gave a talk at Radboud University in Nijmegen. Special thanks to Evan Spruijt for the invitation.
10/07/18 – Welcome to Jack Holland, who joins the lab as a Synthetic Biology CDT rotation student.
15/06/18 – Tim back from giving a talk at the 8th Annual MPI-CBG Postdoc Symposium. Thanks to Adam Klosin, Keisuke Ishihara and the other organisers for a fantastic symposium, and Adam Klosin and Anatol Fritsch for a tour of the impressive MPI-CBG in Dresden.
18/05/18 – Tim and Michael back from the Cellular Mechanisms Driven by Liquid Phase Separation conference at the EMBL in Heidelberg. Short talk for Tim. Research talks from Lucas Pelkmans, Amy Gladfelter, Geraldine Seydoux and Tony Hyman were particular highlights of a great meeting.
Feature article out in The Scientist.
Live-sketch of Tim's Wellcome Trust talk by @ATJCagan