Joshua S Mylne



Dr Mylne (PhD, Botany) worked at the John Innes Centre (2001-2005), using molecular genetics to study proteins that accelerate flowering in response to prolonged cold (vernalization). In 2006 he moved to the IMB where he held a QEII Fellowship (2008-2012) and was the inaugural John S. Mattick Fellow (2010-2012). In 2013 he joined the faculty at The University of Western Australia and took up an ARC Future Fellowship in the School of Chemistry & Biochemistry and The ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology. He is now tenured in the UWA School of Molecular Sciences where his research interests are protein evolution, the molecular mechanisms underlying the biosynthesis of bioactive peptides and the discovery of novel herbicides.

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