Department of Cell and Molecular Biology


Professor Anthony C. Forster, M.D., Ph.D.
University Chair in Chemical Biology

Biography: Anthony C. Forster (Ph.D. Biochem., U. Adelaide; M.D., Harvard U.) researches RNA, protein synthesis and applications thereof (synthetic biology). He discovered the hammerhead catalytic RNA structure, invented external guide sequences for ribonuclease P, and created unnatural genetic codes de novo, all of which founded biotech companies. He has published in journals including Cell, Nature and Science, edited volumes of Methods and Biotechnology J., and coauthored "Synthetic Biology: A Lab Manual."

Kwiatkowski, Marek
Senior Researcher

Ka-Weng, Ieong, Ph.D.
VR Postdoctoral fellow

Liljeruhm, Josefine
Ph.D. Student

Boström, Anna
M.Sc. Student

Funk, Saskia B.Sc
M.Sc. student

Fowler, Raymond
Technician for Molecular Biology sub-program