The Brodsky Laboratory has been studying clathrin biochemistry, cell biology, and physiology for nearly 30 years. Until recently, the group was based at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).
In 2014, Professor Brodsky accepted the position of Director of the Division of Biosciences at UCL, and the group has now fully relocated to London. The laboratory is part of the Department of Structural and Molecular Biology in the Division of Biosciences.
The Brodsky laboratory has broad research interests that overlap with the focus of a number of departments and programmes at UCL.
Affiliations at UCL:
- Wellcome trust 4-year Interdisciplinary PhD Programme in Structural, Computational, and Chemical Biology
- Other departments in the Division of Biosciences (Cellular and Development Biology, Neurophysiology and Pharmacology, Genetics, Evolution, and Environment)
The Brodsky Lab is currently funded by:
- A Wellcome Trust Investigator Award
- A MRC Research Grant
Past funders include:
- The American Cancer Society
- The American Heart Association
- The National Science Foundation (USA)
- The Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale (FRM, France)
- The Pew Charitable Trust