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Dr Francoise Mazet

Dr Francoise Mazet
Job Title:
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Francoise Mazet



Academic Teaching Fellow

  • Facilitating research-based teaching within the School of Biological Sciences

Areas of Interest

  • Systems Biology in Cardio-vascular diseases
  • Cell signalling
  • Evolution and Development


  • Part 1: Laboratory and study skills for Biomedicine, Introductory Microbiology, Genes and Chromosomes, The living cell
  • Part 2: Communication in Biology
  • Part3: Seminars in Biology

Research groups / Centres


Jump to: 2018 | 2015
Number of items: 3.



This list was generated on Sun Jul 12 23:58:24 2020 UTC.
  1. Mazet F. and Shimeld S.M. Ontogeny and Phylogeny (Evolutionary and Developmental Biology). In, Encyclopedia of Molecular and Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine, 2nd edition. Ed. Robert A. Meyers, Wiley-VCH
  2. Yu JK, Mazet F, Chen YT, Huang SW, Jung KC and Shimeld SM. The Fox genes of Branchiostoma floridae (2008) ) Dev. Genes Evol. 218 (11-12): 629-38
  3. Wotton K, Mazet F and Shimeld SM.The expression of FoxC, FoxF, FoxL1 and FoxQ1 genes in the dogfish Scyliorhinus canicula defines ancient and derived roles for Fox genes in vertebrate development. (2008) Dev Dyn. 237: 1590-1603.
  4. Mazet F, Amemiya CT, Shimeld SM. An ancient Fox gene cluster in the Bilateria. (2006) Curr Biol,16(9); R314-6.
  5. Hiruta J, Mazet F, and Ogasawara M. Restricted expression of NADPH oxidase/peroxidase gene (Duox) in zone VII of the ascidian endostyle. (2006) Cell Tissue Res. 326(3):835-41
  6. Mazet F. The evolution of sensory placodes. (2006) ScientificWorldJournal, Development and Embryology. 1: 27-36
  7. Mazet F. and Shimeld S.M. Molecular evidence from ascidians for the evolutionary origin of vertebrate cranial sensory placodes. (2005) J.Exp.Zool. B (Mol Dev Evol.). 304(4): 340-6
  8. Mazet F, Hutt JA, Millard J, Milloz J, Graham A, and Shimeld SM. Molecular evidence from Ciona intestinalis for the evolutionary origin of vertebrate sensory placodes. (2005) Dev Biol. 282(2): 494-508.

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