Overview of current research
Research in Anatomy and Histology is centered around groups, many of which are also part of the Bosch Institute. Anatomy and Histology provides an array of research resources to its staff (some of which are listed at the bottom of this page).
Staff participate in the Anderson Stuart seminars and supervise a wide range of Honours and Postgraduate research projects.
Physical Anthropology & Comparative Anatomy (Donlon)
Sunlight and Cancer (Dixon)
Biomedical Imaging (Braet)
Neural Imaging (Henderson)
Integrative Biology and Evolution of Marine & Freshwater Invertebrates (Byrne)
Muscle Research (dos Remedios)
Cerebral Microvasculature and Inflammation (Cullen)
Chemical Neuroanatomy (Balcar) Lab Site
Neural Structure and Function (Keay)
Neuroglycobiology and Sensation (Gerke)
Cell and Reproductive Biology (Murphy)
Reproductive Toxicology (Webster)
Adult & Developing Visual System (Dreher) Lab Site
Cataract Prevention (Chamberlain) Lab Site
Lens Research (Lovicu/McAvoy)
Retinal Biology (Chan-Ling)
Vision and Cognition (Solomon) Lab Site
Please refer to our searchable database of research publications.
- Confocal and deconvolution microscopes
- Advanced imaging facility
- Molecular biology facility
- Electron microscope
- In situ hybridisation
For more information about the above, see the Bosch Institute facilities.