Dr Adam Grieve
Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford

Upon completing my doctoral studies in London with Dr. Tim Levine, I joined the group of Dr. Catherine Rabouille at the Hubrecht Institute, the Netherlands where my interest in proteolysis began. After four years, I returned to the UK where I am currently working with Prof. Matthew Freeman in the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology. My primary line of research is membrane trafficking and proteolysis, with a focus on how these often intersecting processes regulate events such as intercellular signalling and adhesion, which are cellular behaviours that often go awry in disease.