Professor and Director of Research, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute at Monash University
Peter Currie is a world-renowned developmental evolutionary and stem cell biologist who studies the genetic basis of skeletal muscle stem cell action during development, evolution, regeneration and disease.
Peter's work focuses on understanding how the small freshwater zebrafish is able to build and regenerate skeletal muscle. He was appointed Director of Research the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute at Monash in 2016, and is a Senior Principal Research Fellow with the National Health and Medical Research Council.
Visit website: https://lens.monash.edu/@peter-currie
See also: Monash University - Public Research university.
Peter Currie News
Macrophages trigger stem cells for wound repair and regeneration
Sydney Morning Herald - 11-Feb-2021
Macrophages and stem cell interaction promotes muscle repair in zebrafish and mice modelsRead more...