Gain insight into cellular mechanisms for future therapeutic intervention.

The Mechanisms in Cell Biology and Disease Research Group has a specific interest in endosome-lysosome cell biology in cancer and is developing diagnostic, prognostic and imaging technology for biochemical medicine, which will benefit patients and the wider community.

Our Capabilities

Cell Biology, confocal microscopy, live cell imaging, in vitro cell models, immunochemistry, ELISA, histology, molecular biology, protein biophysics, chemistry, synthesis, imaging agents.

Emma Parkinson-Lawrence manages the Biophysical Characterisation Facility which houses state of the art equipment for bio-molecular interactions including a BiacoreT200 and Jasco Circular Dichroism Spectrometer.

Explore our research

Our current projects


Engage with our team

Find out how you can get involved with our research


Latest news from UniSA

Contact us

Mechanisms in Cell Biology and Diseases

Location Bradley Building, City West Campus