Dr Mitchell Cummins
Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr Mitchell Cummins

School of Biotech & Biomolecular Science

I am a postdoctoral research fellow in the lab of SHARP Professor of RNA Biology John Mattick. My research focuses on investigating the function of ultra-conserved elements in animal genomes, especially in placental mammals. I also investigate the characteristics and roles of lncRNAs, with a particular interest in central nervous system (CNS) lncRNAs. I completed my PhD(Anatomy) at the University of Newcastle under supervisor Associate Professor Doug Smith investigating age-related changes in the CNS.

BABS Level 3 Bioscience South
  • Journal articles | 2020
    Mayhew JA; Cummins MJ; Cresswell ET; Callister RJ; Smith DW; Graham BA, 2020, 'Age-related gene expression changes in lumbar spinal cord: Implications for neuropathic pain', Molecular Pain, 16, pp. 1744806920971914, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1744806920971914