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Mr Fiyinfoluwa Adenekan BSc, MRes

Postgraduate research student

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Fiyinfoluwa Adenekan is a Postgraduate Research Student within Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Fiyin graduated with BSc & MRes from the University of Portsmouth in Biology. His Masters project investigated genes regulated by Histone variants during Xenopus embryogenesis.

2013-2016: BSc Biology, University of Portsmouth, UK.

2016-2017: MRes Biology, University of Portsmouth, UK.

2020 – present: PhD in Biological Sciences, University of Southampton, UK

Research interests

My research is on the identifying novel regulators of Mitosis.

Mitosis is an integral part of the Cell Cycle, whereby a cell undergoes the process of dividing into two daughter cells. Previously, researchers have identifed kinases, phosphotases and other proteins that facilitate this well choreographed process to ensure precise chromosome segregation. A proteomics screen has identified potential novel candidates proteins that coordinates mitosis.

For this project, I will use gene editing techniques such as CRISPR and RNAi on the most promising gene to elucidate their role during mitosis, and observed through time-lapse microscopy.

Research project: New regulators of cell division

SoCoBio

Supervisor:

Dr Marcin R Przewloka

Funding Agency: BBSRC-funded South Coast Biosciences (SoCoBio) Doctoral Training Partnership

Research group

Molecular and Cellular Biosciences

Research project(s)

New regulators of cell division

Royal Society of Biology

Mr Fiyinfoluwa Adenekan
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences
Life Sciences Building 85
University of Southampton
Highfield Campus
Southampton
SO17 1BJ
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