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Dr Edward Morris

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Dr Edward Morris uses electron microscopy to determine the structure of large, protein complexes involved in regulating the cell cycle. He has worked at various research institutions, including the Boston Biomedical Research Institute and Imperial College London. Team: Structural Electron Microscopy

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Biography

Dr Edward Morris studied for his BA in Biochemistry at Cambridge and for his PhD in Biophysics at Kings College, London.

After working as a postdoctoral fellow at Boston Biomedical Research Institute, Boston USA, Kings College London and Imperial College London, he set up his own laboratory in the Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College.

In 2005, he moved to the Division of Structural Biology at The Institute of Cancer Research to set up a new laboratory specialising in structural analysis of protein complexes by electron microscopy-based methods. His main, current research projects focus on the structural analysis of protein complexes of the ubiquitin-proteasome system, which is involved in cellular regulation.

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