Cell scientist to watch – Jeremy Carlton
Jeremy Carlton received his Bachelor's degree in Natural Sciences from Queens' College, Cambridge, and moved to the University of Bristol for a PhD in Biochemistry with Pete Cullen, working on endosomal trafficking in mammalian cells. He then joined the laboratory of Juan Martin-Serrano at King's College, London, for postdoctoral work studying the role of ESCRT proteins in HIV-1 release. He was awarded a Wellcome Trust Research Career Development Fellowship and moved to the Division of Cancer Studies at King's in 2012 to establish his independent research group. In 2017, he became a Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow and EMBO Young Investigator and moved his laboratory on secondment from King's to the Francis Crick Institute, London. His research is focused on organelle dynamics during mammalian cell division.