Kate Storey is a Developmental Biologist researching how the nervous system forms in the early embryo and during the differentiation of embryonic stem cells. She is Chair of Neural Development and Head of the Division of Cell and Developmental Biology in the College of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee, where she also provides leadership on Public Engagement activities.

Kate has a lively interest in communicating science and gives lectures for school children and the general public on embryonic development and stem cells. She has also undertaken a number of 'Sci-Art' collaborations, exploring new ways of communicating science including the exhibition "Primitive Streak" chronicling textiles' key events in early embryonic development with her designer sister Helen and "Designs for Life" with printmaker Paul Harrison.




  1. 26 May 2008
    Kate Storey features in a project.


  2. 9 Jan 2008
    Kate Storey posts an article.

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