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Mr Tommy Pallett

Research Interests


  • Advanced Light Microscopy (Functional Microscopy, Super-resolution)

  • Fluorophore and imaging probe development

  • Quantitative Image Analysis

  • Cell Migration (physical dynamics and signalling pathways at the leading edge)

  • Actin Cytoskeletal networks

  • Cancer metastasis, wound healing, and the role of migration in development


  • PhD Research student in the Krause Lab, Randall Division for Cell and Molecular Biophysics, King's College London (2018-present)

  • MSci (Hons) Joint Honours degree in Biology and Physics, Durham University (2013-2017); Masters research in the Ambler Lab, Department of Biosciences, Durham University


  • Biophysical Sciences Institute (Durham University)

  • Royal Microscopical Society (UK)

  • European Microscopical Society

  • British Society of Cell Biology

  • The Biochemical Society (UK)

  • British Association of Cancer Research

  • European Association of Cancer Research

  • CRICK-London Cell Motility Club

Positions of Responsibility

  • PhD Ambassador to the CRICK-London Cell Motility Club (for the Randall Division, KCL)

  • Postgraduate Representative, Randall Centre for Cell and Molecular Biophysics, King's College London


  • Chisholm, D., Lamb, R., Pallett, T., Affleck, V., Holden, C., Marrison, J., O'Toole, P., Ashton, P., Newling, K., Steffen, A., Nelson, A., Mahler, C., Valentine, R., Blacker, T., Bain, A., Girkin, J., Marder, T., Whiting, A. and Ambler, C. (2019). Photoactivated cell-killing involving a low molecular weight, donor–acceptor diphenylacetylene. Chemical Science. Available at:!divAbstract 

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