Jonathan CoatesI have recently completed my PhD investigating the existence and function of macrophage subtypes in Drosophila. My interests are varied but focus primarily around immune cell biology, particularly the role of metabolism and hypoxia.
I completed my undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science at Northumbria University and then pursued an MRes in Immunology at Newcastle University. My MRes involved investigating fibroblast subtypes in synovial fibroblasts. Following this I completed my PhD in the Evans and Zeidler labs at Sheffield University in 2019. This left me with a wide range of microscopy skills and a foundation in innate immunology.
I have recently joined Sarah as a post-doc for the new challenges of sequencing and the adaptive immune system. I am investigating the genetic and epigenetic responses to hypoxia in CD8+ T cells.
Author Correction: Promoter interactome of human embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes connects GWAS regions to cardiac gene networks.
Choy MK, Javierre BM, Williams SG
9 2041-1723:4792 (2018)
Ross SH, Cantrell DA
Annual review of immunology
36 1545-3278:411-433 (2018)
Rollings CM, Sinclair LV, Brady HJM
11 1937-9145: (2018)
Phosphoproteomic Analyses of Interleukin 2 Signaling Reveal Integrated JAK Kinase-Dependent and -Independent Networks in CD8(+) T Cells.
Ross SH, Rollings C, Anderson KE
Post A, Pannekoek WJ, Ross SH
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
110 1091-6490:11427-32 (2013)
Ross SH, Post A, Raaijmakers JH
Journal of cell science
124 1477-9137:1808-18 (2011)
Ross SH, Lindsay Y, Safrany ST
19 0898-6568:1521-30 (2007)
Downes CP, Ross S, Maccario H
Advances in enzyme regulation
47 0065-2571:184-94 (2007)
Downes CP, Perera N, Ross S
Biochemical Society symposium