Juan Burrone

Juan Burrone

Professor of Developmental Neurophysiology, Group Leader



Biography:

Juan Burrone graduated from the University of Bristol, UK, in 1995 with a BSc in Biochemistry. He then obtained a PhD from Cambridge University in 2000, having worked under the supervision of Prof. Leon Lagnado at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB). He then moved to the Molecular and Cellular Biology department at Harvard University, USA, to join Prof. Venkatesh Murthy’s lab as a postdoctoral fellow. In 2006 he joined the MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology as a lecturer, where he is currently a professor.

He has received many recognitions and awards, including a NARSAD Young Investigator Award (2000); Grable investigator of NARSAD (2001); Wellcome Value in People (VIP) award (2005); Lister Institute Prize winner (2009); Wellcome Trust Young Investigator award (2011); ERC Young Investigator award (2011).

Links:

Thompson Reuters Researcher ID: C-5654-2009
KCL PURE: https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/juan.burrone.html

Related News:

Synaptic input organisation in pyramidal neurons

25/07/18
How are synaptic inputs organised along the vast dendritic trees of pyramidal neurons?

Selected publications:

Machado CB, Pluchon P, Harley P, Rigby M, Gonzalez Sabater V, Stevenson DC, Hynes S, Lowe A, Burrone J, Viasnoff V, Lieberam I (2019) In Vitro Modelling of Nerve-Muscle Connectivity in a Compartmentalised Tissue Culture Device. Adv Biosyst 3
Andreae LC, Burrone J (2018) The role of spontaneous neurotransmission in synapse and circuit development. J Neurosci Res 96: 354-359

Stockley JH, Evans K, Matthey M, Volbracht K, Agathou S, Mukanowa J, Burrone J, Káradóttir RT (2017) Surpassing light-induced cell damage in vitro with novel cell culture media. Sci Rep 7: 849