Dr Michael Antoniou is a Reader in Molecular Genetics, and Head of the Gene Expression and Therapy Group, King’s College London. His research interests focus on the molecular mechanisms of gene regulation and development of gene expression systems for biotechnological applications. He also uses molecular profiling (“omics”) tools to investigate the endocrine disruptive capability of low, environmentally relevant doses of key pesticides and other chemical pollutants.
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