Professor Andrew Clayton
Ph.D., The University of Melbourne, Australia
- School of Science
- Centre for Micro-Photonics
- Optical Sciences Centre
- Department of Physics and Astronomy
- AMDC818 Hawthorn campus
Prof. Andrew Clayton, Professor of Biophotonics at the Swinburne University of Technology, Victoria, Australia undertook his Ph.D. studies in physical chemistry at the University of Melbourne (Prof. Ken Ghiggino) then spent time as ARC research fellow in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department studying biophysics (Prof. Bill Sawyer). He pursued further postdoctoral studies at the Max-Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Goettingen (Dr. Thomas Jovin) as Human Frontier Science Program Fellow before returning to Melbourne initially as HFSP fellow (Prof. Tony Burgess) then NHMRC RD Wright Fellow and Head of the Cell Biophysics Laboratory at the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research.
He was recruited to the Centre for Micro-Photonics at Swinburne in late 2009 to lead the biophotonics research program. He was promoted to full Professor of Biophotonics in 2018.
His present research focuses on understanding the wiring diagram of living cells by measuring macromolecular interactions and dynamics with multidimensional microscopy. His research achievements have been recognized with several awards including Young Fluorescence Investigator 2007 from the US Biophysical Society.
Biophotonics; Cell Biophysics
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Biological Physics - 510501
- Atomic, Molecular And Optical Physics - 510200
- 2007, International, Young Fluorescence Investigator, Biophysical Society (US)
- 2004, National, NHMRC RD Wright CDA, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
- 2002, International, Human Frontier Science Program Long-Term Fellow, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
- 2000, International, Human Frontier Science Program Long-Term Fellow, Max-Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
- 2000, International, Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, Max-Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
- 1997, National, ARC APD Fellowship, The University of Melbourne
- 1992, National, Melbourne University Post-Graduate Scholarship, The University of Melbourne
Also published as: Clayton, Andrew; Clayton, A.; Clayton, A. H. A.; Clayton, Andrew H. A.
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2021: Multiplexed surface signals to inhibit mixed bacterial biofilm formation *; ARC Discovery Projects Scheme
- 2018: Spectroscopy and Theoretical Study of a Potent Anticancer Drug (Student Award - Muhammad Khattab) *; Excellerate Australia
- 2015: Novel Dual Domain Targeting Strategies against ErbB Receptors *; NHMRC Project Grants
- 2014: Spatial control of signalling in immunity and cancer./ Elucidating crosstalk between RhoGTPases and polarity proteins: the interface between morphology, immune function and cancer. *; NHMRC Project Grants
- 2014: Surface and Colloid Characterisation Facility *; ARC Linkage Infrastructure Equipment and Facilities Scheme - For funding commencing in 2014
- 2014: Visiting Researcher Scheme 2014 - Prof. Amitabha Chattopadhyay *; Visiting Researcher Scheme
- 2013: Plasmonic nanoparticles for probing and perturbing the spatial organisation of membrane proteins *; ARC Discovery Projects Scheme
- 2012: Argon cluster source for non-destructive, quantitative compositional depth profile of soft biomedical and biological materials *; Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Foundation Equipment Grants
- 2011: Imaging the action of antimicrobial peptides in living cells *; ARC Discovery Projects Scheme
- 2009: Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research funds *; Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research Funds
- 2007: Single Molecule Cell Biology (Signalling dynamics in living cells) *; NHMRC Project Grants
* Chief Investigator
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