Professor Andrew Millar elected to Royal Society
Professor Andrew Millar has been elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society.
Andrew is Professor of Systems Biology at the University of Edinburgh and was Director of SULSA's Systems Biology theme from its launch until late 2009.
Andrew's research centres on the study of circadian rythms - the biological clocks that regulate cell functions. For more information about Andrew's personal research, see the Royal Society's page here or his University of Edinburgh lab group page here.
Whilst he was Systems Biology Director for SULSA, he advised on the recruitment of Systems Biology academics, supported research facilities important to systems biology, and chaired the selection 16 new PhD studentships that will produce Scotland's next generation of systems biologists.
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