Judy Armitage

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Judith Armitage
Fields molecular and cellular biochemistry
Institutions University of Oxford
University College London
Merton College, Oxford
Alma mater University College London
Thesis Comparative biochemistry and physiology of the short and long forms of Proteus mirabilis (1976)
Notable awards Fellow of the Royal Society (2013)
Website
www.sysbio.ox.ac.uk/people/staff-list/armitagej
royalsociety.org/people/judith-armitage

Judith P. Armitage FRS is a British professor of molecular and cellular biochemistry at the University of Oxford.

Education[edit]

Armitage was educated at University College London, and was awarded a PhD in 1976 for research on the bacterium Proteus mirabilis.[1]

Research[edit]

Armitage's research is largely based on the motion of bacteria by flagellar rotation and the chemotactic mechanisms used to control that motion.[2] Armitage has been based in Oxford since 1985 and was appointed professor in 1996. Armitage is a fellow of Merton College, Oxford[3] and the director of the Oxford University Centre for Integrative Systems Biology.[4][5][6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Armitage, Judy (1976). Comparative biochemistry and physiology of the short and long forms of Proteus mirabilis (PhD thesis). University College London. 
  2. ^ Armitage, Judy Profile at the University of Oxford
  3. ^ Armitage, Judy Profile at Merton College
  4. ^ Home Page Oxford University Centre for Integrative Systems Biology
  5. ^ Wadhams, G. H.; Armitage, J. P. (2004). "Making sense of it all: Bacterial chemotaxis". Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 5 (12): 1024–1037. doi:10.1038/nrm1524. PMID 15573139.  edit
  6. ^ Armitage, J. P. (1999). Bacterial Tactic Responses. Advances in Microbial Physiology 41. pp. 229–289. doi:10.1016/S0065-2911(08)60168-X. ISBN 9780120277414.  edit
  7. ^ List of publications from Microsoft Academic Search