About Professor Greg Neely

In the post-genomic era, Prof Neely's interests evolved to incorporate functional genomics approaches to help annotate the genome.

His lab is focused on the systematic functional annotation of the genome. The long-term objective of his research is to identify genes and coding mutations that participate in major age-related and neurological diseases. The group's overall research strategy is to combine human population genomics (GWAS or sequencing) data with high throughput functional validation in fruit flies and mammalian systems to identify new genes that contribute to human disease.

Professor Greg Neely is a researcher in the School of Life and Environmental Sciences and is a member of the Charles Perkins Centre.
For more information about Professor Neely, please refer to his Academic Profile Online.