Mike Howell

Michael Howell

After graduating in Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge, Michael completed a PhD in the Department of Biochemistry, Cambridge in the laboratory of Richard Jackson working on Poliovirus protein synthesis before going on to complete a Post doc with Tim Hunt at the CRUK Clare Hall laboratories on cyclins and the cell cycle.

He subsequently worked with Caroline Hill in a number of roles at both the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and Cancer Research UK London Research Institute working on TGFb signaling in disease and early embryo development.

In 2007 he set up the high throughput screening facility at CRUK LRI which in turn became the Crick HTS science technology platform in 2016.