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Professor David Stephens

Biography

David studied Biochemistry at Royal Holloway College, University of London and did his PhD at St. George’s Hospital Medical School (also University of London). This was followed by postdoctoral research first with Prof. George Banting in Bristol and then with Dr Rainer Pepperkok at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany. David’s time there as an EMBO Long term fellow learning advanced light microscopy while working on COPII-dependent secretion. Following award of a Medical Research Council Non-Clinical Career Development Fellowship in 2001, David started the lab in Bristol. In 2005, David secured a Medical Research Council Non-Clinical Senior Fellowship.

David is a recognized expert in cell imaging, including publishing high-profile reviews and editing a book on cell imaging and another more recently on methods for the analysis Golgi function. Our work has led to many internationally recognized research publications, invitations to speak at prestigious meetings (e.g. Japanese Biochemical Society, Gordon conferences and EMBO workshops), and to contribute high-profile review articles (e.g. in Science and Nature). David has also served on committees of the Royal Microscopical Society and British Society for Cell Biology. David is a member of BBSRC Council, an Editor for Journal of Cell Science, and an affiliate for BioRxiv. a new biology preprint server operated by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.

David tweets (mostly) about Science @David_S_Bristol

You can read more about our work on the lab website at cellbiology.blogs.bristol.ac.uk

David also teaches on several undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Biochemistry.

Memberships

Organisations

School of Biochemistry

School of Biochemistry staff