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Andrew Oates

Andrew Oates

Research Group Leader

Scientific Career

2003 - present

Group Leader at MPI-CBG

2001 - present

Embryology and genetics of zebrafish body segmentation
Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy, University of Chicago

1998 - 2001

Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University.
Research advisor Dr. Robert K. Ho.

1998

Development and evolution of zebrafish myeloid cells
Cytokine Biology Laboratory, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Melbourne, Australia.
Research advisor Dr. Graham J. Lieschke.

1994 - 1998

Doctoral Research:
Developmental signal transduction in the zebrafish and fruit fly
Growth Regulation Laboratory, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Melbourne, Australia.
Research advisor Dr. Andrew F. Wilks.

1997

Genetics and embryology of zebrafish hematopoiesis
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Division of Hematology/Oncology, Children's Hospital, Boston, USA.
Research advisor Dr. Leonard I. Zon.

1994 - 1998

University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) at the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research,
Melbourne Tumour Biology branch

1988 - 1992

University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia
Bachelor of Science with Honours, 1992
Department of Biochemistry
Bachelor of Science, 1988 -1991
Majors: Biochemistry, Physiology


Scientific Awards/Grants

 

2008 - 2013      European Research Council Starting Grant No. 207634 - SegClockDyn

1998 - 2000

Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research Travelling Postdoctoral Fellowship

1993

Anti-Cancer Council of Victoria Postgraduate Research Scholarship

1991

R.K. Mortenson Prize for Biochemistry, University of Adelaide