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Research Team

Prof. Kathryn Lilley

Director of Cambridge Centre for Proteomics

k.s.lilley (at)

01223 760255

Senior Research Associates:

Name Research Email
Dr Mike Deery

Proteomics Facility Manager



Name Research Email



Dr. Konstantin Barylyuk The role of the RAP family of RNA binding proteins in apicomplexa kb601)at)
Dr. Lisa Breckels Organelle proteomics data analysis 
Dr. Daniel Nightingale Drosophila development interactome djhn2(at)
Dr. David-Paul Minde Microbial membrane proteomics linked to biocatalysis of toxic products dpm43(at)
Dr. Hongtao Zhang Substrate of target protein degradation in Arabidopsis (Rothamsted) hz304 (at)
Dr. Eneko Villanueva RNA trafficking and localized translation ev318 (at)
Dr. Tom Smith RNA trafficking and localized translation tss38 (at)
Dr. Rayner Queiroz RNA trafficking and localized translation rq214 (at)
Dr. Vadim Demichev A metabolism-centric proteomic map vd286 (at)
Dr. Manasa Ramakrishna RNA trafficking and localized translation mr726 (at)
Dr. Benedict Dirnberger Drosophila development interactome bd415 (at)


PhD students:

Akaterini Geladaki      Re-localisation of the subcellular proteome upon pertubation ag817(at)
Josie Christopher Spatial proteomics of DNA damage jac290(at)
Owen Vennard Lopit Cho cells olv20(at)
Mo Elzek Spatial proteomics of DNA damage mawe2(at)
Oliver Crook Machine learning omc25(at)


Visiting workers:

Name Research Email


Former members:

Dr. Nick Bond Quantitative Proteomics, Absolute Quantitation, Membrane proteomics
Dr. Floriana Capuano Purification and Characterization of chimeric plant organelles
Mr. Phil Charles Circadian rhythm and 15N quantitation
Dr. Natasha Karp Optimisation of experimental design and data analysis in quantitative proteomic experiments
Dr. Alex-James Painter     Omic Mining through the biostrata of P. aeruginosa colonies and biofilms by DESI-MS
Dr. Matthew Russell Quantitative Proteomics, 15N metabolic labelling
Dr. Pawel Sadowski Quantitative Proteomics, Membrane Proteomics
Dr. Denise Tan Organelle proteomics and endosome structure and dynamics
Dr. Ludivine Thomas Quantitative phosphoproteomics
Mrs. Serena Tolin In vivo proteomics of Drosophila melanogaster by tandem affinity purification and Mass Spectrometry
Mrs. Ilona Turek Quantitative phosphoproteomics
Dr. Andy Christoforou Organelle proteomics
Dr Laurent Gatto Spatial proteomics, machine learning, software engineering and integrative omics
Dr. Arnoud Groen Organelle proteomics and endosome structure and dynamics
Dr. Thomas Hiemstra Urine proteomics, biomarker studies
Dr. Isabelle Nett Quantitative phosphoproteomics
Dr. Nino Nikolovski Golgi protein complexes involved in biosynthesis of xylan in Arabidopsis
Dr. Johanna Rees Novel labelling approaches for in vivo quantitative PPIs
Dr. Pavel Shliaha Label-free quantitation
Dr. Irina Armean AP-MS interactome analysis
Dr. Thomas Hiemstra Urine proteomics, biomarker studies
Tracey Hurrell The dynamic proteome and iPS cells
Dr. Bertrand Fabre Drosophila developmental interactome
Dr. May Alqurashi Effect of drought stress on the Arabidopsis proteome
Dr. Claudius Marondeze The plant RNA binding proteome
Adam Guterres Cancer proteomics and subcellular localization
Dr. Harriet Parsons Characterisation of the plant sub-Golgi compartments
Dr. Nina Kočevar Britovšek Proteome of Antarctic species
Dr. Claire Mulvey Targeted LOPIT in Drosophila
Dr. Houjiang Zhou Myc in tumourigenesis and mechanism of Myc-dependent apoptosis