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Professor Andrew J. Millar FRS FRSE

ORCID publication record

ResearcherID G-2423-2012

Scopus Author ID 7201856684

Twitter: @A_J_Millar
Skype: andrew7millar

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C.H. Waddington Building
University of Edinburgh
Mayfield Road

Edinburgh   EH9 3JD
Scotland, UK

Phone: +44 (0)131 651 3325
Fax:  +44 (0)131 651 9068

E-Mail: Andrew.Millared.ac.uk
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Web conferencing:
GoToMeeting is our preferred platform, on desktop or in meeting rooms

We can also use many other conferencing platforms for video or web conferencing, either locally (e.g. Marratech) or in neighbouring buildings via EUCS or EPCC's dedicated room (building next door)

Brief Biography

European School of Luxembourg - European Baccalaureate.

University of Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College,1985-1988 - BA Hons (I) in Genetics; University prizes for Botany, 1987, for Genetics, 1988.

The Rockefeller University, New York, 1988-1994 - Ph.D in Plant Molecular Genetics, Prof. Nam-Hai Chua FRS.

University of Virginia, NSF Centre for Biological Timing, 1994-1995 - LSRF post-doc' Fellowship, Prof. Gene D. Block.

University of Warwick, Dept. of Biological Sciences, 1996-2004 - lecturer, reader, professor.

University of Edinburgh, School of Biological Sciences, 2004 - present - Professor of Systems Biology.


BBSRC Research Development Fellow (2002-2007).

Programme Manager (2003-2004) of the Interdisciplinary Programme for Cellular Regulation, with Dr. Nigel Burroughs (Maths).

Founding Director of the Centre for Systems Biology at Edinburgh (CSBE) 2007-2011, which is part of SynthSys since Jan 2012. Associate Director of SynthSys.


Elected EMBO member 2011; Fellow of the Royal Society 2012; Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 2013.

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