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Dr Jose Gutierrez-Marcos

 

Title   

Associate Professor
 

Contact   

Life Sciences
University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL
Tel: 02476 575077
Email: J.F.Gutierrez-Marcos@warwick.ac.uk
WebLink: Genetic and Epigenetic control of Plant Development

Research Interests

We are interested in understanding a key question in biology: how development and environmental responses are coordinated across diverse cell types in multicellular organisms? We use plants as a model system to address this question by investigating (i) the role of cell-cell communication in coordinating development and (ii) the role of the environment in influencing developmental plasticity.

Biography

  • Associate Professor, University of Warwick (2009-present)
  • Assistant Professor, University of Warwick (2007-2008)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Oxford, U.K. (1997-2007)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, University of St. Andrews, U.K. (1994-1997)
  • Visiting Researcher, University of California, Berkley, USA (1993-1994)
  • PhD, Genetics, Universidad de Leon, Spain (1990-1994)

Research Projects

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Publications

Journals
  • Wibowo, Anjar, Becker, Claude, Marconi, Gianpiero, Durr, Julius, Price, Jonathan, Hagmann, Jorg, Papareddy, Ranjith, Putra, Hadi, Kageyama, Jorge, Becker, Jorg, Weigel, Detlef, Gutierrez-Marcos, José F., 2016. Hyperosmotic stress memory in Arabidopsis is mediated by distinct epigenetically labile sites in the genome and is restricted in the male germline by DNA glycosylase activity. eLife, 5, View
  • Costa, L. M., Marshall, E., Tesfaye, M., Silverstein, K. A. T., Mori, M., Umetsu, Y., Otterbach, S, Papareddy, Ranjith, Dickinson, H. G., Boutiller, K., VandenBosch, K. A., Ohki, S., Gutierrez-Marcos, José F., 2014. Central cell-derived peptides regulate early embryo patterning in flowering plants. Science, Volume 344 (Number 6180), pp. 168-172, View

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