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Lisa Pullin

Research Assistant
020 3549 5642 (t)

I have recently moved to the department of Molecular Medicine and Pathology at the University of Auckland as a Senior Research Technician in Phil and Kathy Crosier's lab

Mar 2009 - present - Research Assistant, Steve Wilson Group, UCL

Sep 2006 - Jan 2009 - Senior Research Technician, Crosier Lab, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Jul 2004 - Sep 2006 - Forensic Technician, The Institute of Environmental Science and Research, Auckland, New Zealand

Mar 2001 - Jun 2004 - Bachelor of Science, majoring in Genetics and Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.

In my current role, I work on a number of projects related to the Wnt enhancer screen (see Genetic Screens), but my research mainly focuses on the following:
Mapping of a number of the mutants found from the screen
Characterisation of two mutants from the screen
Management of the mutant lines for Rod, Heather and Quenten


Flores, M.V., Crawford, K.C., Pullin, L.M., Hall, C.J., Crosier, K.E. and Crosier,P.S. (2010)
Dual oxidase in the intestinal epithelium of zebrafish larvae has anti-bacterial properties.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 400, 164-168.
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