PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

2016-present: Royal Society Darwin Trust Research Professor, The Gurdon Institute and Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge
2015-present: Head of Wellcome Trust Laboratories, The Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge
2014-present: Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator, The Gurdon Institute and Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge
2011: Visiting Professor, School of Biological Sciences, University of Sydney, Australia
2009-present: Professorial Fellow, Jesus College, University of Cambridge
2007-present: Herchel Smith Professor of Molecular Biology, The Gurdon Institute and Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge
2005-present: Senior Group Leader, The Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge
2003-2007: Director of Research in Developmental Neurobiology, The Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge
2002: Invited Professor, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France
1999-2003: Research Fellow, King's College, University of Cambridge
1993-2003: Wellcome Trust Senior Fellow in Basic Biomedical Research, The Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge
1988-1993: Leukemia Society Special Fellow, Harvard Medical School, Laboratory of Dr. Norbert Perrimon
1986-1988: Helen Hay Whitney Fellow, Harvard University, Laboratory of Dr. Mark Ptashne
1981-1986: Ph.D., MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, University of Cambridge, Adviser: Dr. Kim Nasmyth
1977-1981: B.A. (Honours), Biochemistry, University of Oxford


HONOURS AND AWARDS

2016: Awarded Royal Society Darwin Trust Research Professorship
2016: Selected for Wellcome Trust Research Leadership Development Programme
2015: One of 25 female scientists selected for their ground-breaking science to be included in a book celebrating 100 years of women being admitted into The Physiological Society
2014: Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Award
2014: Elected an Honorary Fellow, Brasenose College, University of Oxford
2010: Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society
2006: The Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award
2004: The William Bate Hardy Prize, jointly with Professor Robin Irvine
2003: Elected a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences
2002: The Hooke Medal, British Society for Cell Biology
2001: A Special Award of Excellence, Wellcome Biomedical Imaging Awards
2000: Elected a Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization
2000: Wellcome Sci Art Initiative 2000 Short List
1993: Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Science
1988-1993: Leukemia Society Special Fellow
1986-1988: Helen Hay Whitney Fellow


NAMED LECTURES

2019: Invited Keynote: German and Israeli Societies of Developmental Biology, Vienna, Austria
2018: Invited Keynote: Gordon Conference on Neural Development, Rhode Island, USA
2018: Invited Plenary Lecture: Neurofly 2018, Krakow, Poland
2018: Invited Keynote: GABBA symposium “Flights of Imagination”, Porto, Portugal
2017: Keynote Lecture: APDNC, Wuhan, China
2017: Frontiers in Biology Lecture: Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
2017: Plenary Lecture: British Neuroscience Association, Festival of Neuroscience, Birmingham, UK
2017: Plenary Lecture: Society of Neuroscientists of Africa (SONA), Entebbe, Uganda
2017: Keynote Lecture: Asia-Pacific Drosophila Neurobiology Conference, Wuhan, China
2017: Invited Keynote Lecture: Promoting Women in STEM, Manchester, UK
2015: EMBO Keynote: Building, repairing and evolving biological tissues, Roscoff, France
2013: Peter Thorogood Memorial Lecture, University College London, UK
2006: Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award Lecture, London, UK
2006: William Bate Hardy Prize Lecture, Cambridge, UK
2002: Dietrich Bodenstein Lecture, University of Virginia, USA
2002: Hooke Medal Lecture, British Society for Cell Biology



PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS

EXTERNAL COMMITTEES

2018-present: Governance Committee, Cambridge Stem Cell Institute
2018-present: Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award Committee
2017-present: Royal Society Grants Committee
2017-present: Scientific Advisory Committee, Center for Integrative Genomics, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
2017-present: Trustee, Darwin Trust, Edinburgh, UK
2016- present: Manager, Anne McLaren Fund
2012-present: Organizing Committee, EMBO International Workshop on Molecular and Developmental Biology of Drosophila
2015-2017: Royal Society Diversity Committee
2013-2016: Member of Council, The Royal Society
2013: Royal Society Schools Partnership Committee
2012: Chair, Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize
2005: MRC Molecular & Cellular Medicine Board Subcommittee
2003-2006: Academic Careers Committee, The Academy of Medical Sciences, London
1999: Scientific Consultant, Zeneca, Bracknell, Berkshire
1998-1999: BBSRC Network Group, Genes and Developmental Biology
1998: BBSRC Review Group, Stem Cell Molecular Biology Initiative
1998: BBSRC Steering Group, Evolution of Form Initiative
1996-1997: Ad Hoc Member, BBSRC Genes and Developmental Biology Committee
1995-1996: Panel Member, BBSRC Cell Commitment and Determination Initiative Fellowship and Award Panels
2017: Panel Member, Philip Leverhulme Prizes in Biological Sciences, London
2015-present: Chair, Junior Research Fellowship Competition (Sciences), Jesus College, Cambridge
2012- 2016: Royal Society/Wellcome Trust Sir Henry Dale Fellowship Committee
2014: Panel Member, Philip Leverhulme Prizes in Biological Sciences, London
2011-2014: Royal Society Sectional Committee
2010-2012: Royal Society Research Appointment Panel
2009-2012: EMBO Young Investigator Programme Committee
2007-2010: Sectional Committee, The Academy of Medical Sciences, London


REVIEW PANELS

2018: Francis Crick Institute, London, UK
2015: NYU Abu Dhabi Research Institute, United Arab Emirates
2015: National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, India
2012: Evaluation Committee, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
2011: Developmental Biology Unit, EMBL Heidelberg, Germany
2011: National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, India
2010: Chair, Selection Committee, Genetics and Developmental Biology Department, Institut Curie, Paris, France
2009: Vice Chair, Neuroscience Review Panel, Swedish Research Council
2008: Scientific Advisory Board, MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology, King's College London
2006: Evaluation Board, Institute of Biochemistry, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
1999-2004: Scientific Advisory Board, Promega Corporation, Madison, USA


MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES

British Society for Cell Biology
British Society for Developmental Biology
ISSCR
American Society for Cell Biology
The Genetics Society
Cambridge Philosophical Society


PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

2018: Cambridge Science Festival: ‘Food for thought: awakening neural stem cells in the brain’
2017: Lecture, University of the Third Age, Cambridge, UK
2017: Lab Tube Interview at British Neuroscience Association Festival of Neuroscience (https://www.labtube.tv/video/lab-tube-meets-prof-andrea-brand-frs-fmedsci)
2016: Panel Member, Royal Society Schools Partnership Grants Conference
2015-2016: Public Engagement Champion, School of Biological Sciences, University of Cambridge
2015: Judging Panel, Cancer Research UK Research Engagement Prizes
2015: Lectures to A-level students at Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge, and Jesus College Sciences Open Day, University of Cambridge
2013-present: Board Member, Cambridge Science Centre
2013: Guest Judge, ReelLife Science, Schools Science Communication Video Competition (http://reellifescience.com/)
2010: Radio interview: ‘Scientists research human regeneration’ The Today Programme, BBC Radio 4, Interview by Tom Feilden.
2008-present: Patron, Cambridge Science Festival
2008: Speaker and Panelist, International Student Summit – ‘Darwin and Contemporary Science’, Natural History Museum, London
2008: Radio interview: ‘Regulating genes and neurons in brains’, the Science Show, ABC National Radio, Australia, Interview by Robyn Williams
2007: Cambridge Science Festival – ‘The Scale of Scientific Issues’ - Panelists Lord Martin Rees, Professor Bill Sutherland, Dr. Andrea Brand, Chair Tim Radford


WOMEN IN SCIENCE

2017: Academy of Medical Sciences MedSciLife: (http://medscilife.org/stories/professorandrea-brand/)
2016: Royal Society Parent Carer Scientist: (https://royalsociety.org/topics-policy/diversity-inscience/parent-carer-scientist/andrea-brand/)
2015: One of 25 female scientists selected for their ground-breaking science to be included in a book celebrating 100 years of women being admitted into The Physiological Society
2012-present: Senior Gender Equality Network, University of Cambridge
2011: Royal Society Mothers in Science: (https://royalsociety.org/~/media/Royal_Society_Content/about-us/equality/2011-06-
15-Mothers-in-Science.pdf)
2008: Interview: ‘Molecular biologist Andrea Brand: encouraging women in science’, The Lancet, 2008, Volume 371, Issue 9617, Page 979
2007: Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award:
  • Organised two lecture series featuring prominent female researchers to raise the profile of women in science, one aimed at undergraduates and postgraduates and the other at school pupils.
  • Organised and led Science Days for 180 school children (ages 9-11) at Cambridge university where they attended lectures by female Professors on cell and developmental biology, carried out experiments (made their own DNA, observed their cheek cells under a microscope), visited the Zoology Museum and designed their own web sites.
2007-2012: Cambridge University Women in Science, Engineering and Technology Steering Group
2006-present: Founding Board Member, The Rosalind Franklin Society – “The Rosalind Franklin Society is an honorific, interdisciplinary, and international society which recognizes, fosters, and advances the important contributions of women in the life sciences and affiliated disciplines” (http://www.rosalindfranklinsociety.org).
1999-2011: Women in Science, Engineering and Technology Representative


PATENTS

Cell ablation using trans-splicing ribozymes. Haseloff, J., Brand, A., Perrimon, N. and Goodman, H.M.
US Patents 5,849,548; 5,863,774; 5,866,384; 5,882,907; 6,010,904 and 6,071,730 (1992-2000).


PUBLICATIONS

Otsuki, L. and Brand, A.H. (2018). Cell cycle heterogeneity directs the timing of neural stem cell activation from quiescence. Science 360, 99-102.
Spéder, P. and Brand, A.H. (2018). Systemic and local cues drive neural stem cell niche remodelling during neurogenesis in Drosophila. eLife 4;7. pii: e30413.
Cheetham, S.W. and Brand, A.H. (2018). RNA-DamID reveals cell-type-specific binding of roX RNAs at chromatin-entry sites. Nature Structural and Molecular Biology 25, 109-114.
Marshall, O.J. and Brand, A.H. (2017). Novel changes in chromatin state during neural development revealed by in vivo cell-type specific profiling. Nature Communications 8(1), 2271.
Caygill, E.E. and Brand, A.H. (2017). miR-7 buffers differentiation in the developing Drosophila visual system. Cell Reports 20, 1255-1261.
Otsuki, L. and Brand, A.H. (2017). The neurovasculature as a stem cell niche. Neurobiology of disease 107, 4–14.
Caygill, E.E. and Brand, A.H. (2016). The GAL4 System. Methods Mol Biol. 1478, 33-52.
Marshall O.J., Southall T.D., Cheetham S.W. and Brand A.H. (2016). Cell-type-specific profiling of protein-DNA interactions without cell isolation using targeted DamID with next-generation sequencing. Nature Protocols 11(9), 1586-1598.
Cattenoz, P., Popkova, A., Southall, T.D., Aiello, G., Brand, A.H. and Giangrande, A. (2016). Functional conservation of the Glide/Gcm regulatory network controling glia, hemocyte, and tendon cell differentiation. Genetics 202, 191-219. PMID: 26567182.
Marshall, O.J. and Brand, A.H. (2015). damidseq_pipeline: an automated pipeline for processing DamID sequencing datasets. Bioinformatics, 1–3 doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btv386
Spéder, P. and Brand, A.H. (2014). Gap junction proteins in the blood-brain barrier control nutrientdependent reactivation of Drosophila neural stem cells. Developmental Cell 30, 309-321.
Southall, T.D., Davidson, C.M., Miller, C., Carr, A. and Brand, A.H. (2014). Dedifferentiation of neurons precedes tumour formation in lola mutants. Developmental Cell 28, 685-96.
Gold, K.S. and Brand, A.H. (2014). Optix defines a neuroepithelial compartment in the optic lobe of the Drosophila brain. Neural Development 9,18; DOI: 10.1186/1749-8104-9-18.
Wolfram, V., Southall, T.D., Günay,, C., Prinz,, A., Brand, A.H. and Baines, R.A. (2014). The transcription factors Islet and Lim3 combinatorially regulate ion channel gene expression. J. Neurosci 34, 2538 – 2543.
Neville, M.C., Nojima, T., Ashley, E., Walker, J., Southall, T.D., van de Sande, B., Parker, D.J., Marques, A.C., Fischer, B., Ritchie, M.G., Brand, A.H., Russell, S., Aerts, S. and Goodwin, S.F. (2014). Male-Specific Fruitless Isoforms Target Neurodevelopmental Genes to Specify a Sexually Dimorphic Nervous System. Current Biology 24, 229-41.
Loza-Coll, M.A., Southall, T.D., Sandall, S.L., Brand, A.H. and Jones, D.L. (2014). Regulation of Drosophila intestinal stem cell maintenance and differentiation by the transcription factor Escargot. EMBO J. 33, 2983-96.
Korzelius, J., Naumann, S.K., Loza-Coll, M.A., Chan, J.S.K, Dutta, D., Oberheim, J., Gläßer, C., Southall, T.D., Brand, A.H., Jones, D.L. and Edgar, B.A. (2014). escargot maintains stemness and suppresses differentiation in Drosophila intestinal stem cells. EMBO J. 33, 2967-82.
Lowe, N. et al. and the UK Drosophila protein trap screening consortium including Brand lab members: Brand, A.H., Chell, J., Cranston, M., Davidson, C.M., Dods, J.S., Edoff, K., Egger, B., Gold, K.S., Southall, T.D., Speder, P., Thompson, A.R.C. (2014). Analysis of the expression patterns, sub-cellular localisations and interaction partners of Drosophila proteins using a pigP protein trap library. Development 141, 3994-4005.
Otsuki, L., Cheetham, S. and Brand A.H. (2014). Freedom of expression: Cell-type-specific profiling. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Dev Biol. 3, 429-43.
Liu, J., Speder, P. and Brand, A.H. (2014). Control of brain development and homeostasis by local and systemic insulin signalling. Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism 16 (Suppl. 1), 16–20.
Southall, T.D., Gold, K.S., Egger, B., Davidson, C.M., Caygill, E.E., Marshall, O.J. and Brand, A.H. (2013). Cell type-specific profiling of gene expression and chromatin binding without cell isolation: Assaying RNA Pol II occupancy in neural stem cells. Developmental Cell 26, 101-112.
Cheetham, S.W. and Brand, A.H. (2013). Insulin finds its niche. Science 340, 817-818
Wolfram, V., Southall, T.D., Brand, A.H. and Baines, R.A. (2012). The LIM-homeodomain protein Islet dictates motor neuron electrophysiological properties by regulating K+ channel expression. Neuron 75, 663-674.
Caygill, E.E., Gold, K.S. and Brand, A.H. (2012). Molecular Profiling of Neural Stem Cells in Drosophila melanogaster. In The Making and Un-Making of Neuronal Circuits in Drosophila Ed. Bassem A. Hassan.
Murray, M.J., Southall, T.D., Liu, W., Fraval, H., Lorensuhewa, N., Brand, A.H. and Saint, R. (2012). Snail dependent repression of the RhoGEF Pebble is required for gastrulation consistency in Drosophila melanogaster. Dev Genes Evol 222, 361-8.
Gold, K.S. and Brand, A.H. (2012). Transcriptome analysis of Drosophila neural stem cells. Methods Mol Biol916, 99-110.
Spéder, P., Liu, J., Brand, A.H. (2011). Nutrient control of neural stem cells. Curr Opin Cell Biol. 23, 724-729.
Brand, A.H. and Livesey, F.J. (2011). Neural stem cell biology in vertebrates and invertebrates: more alike than different? Neuron 70, 719-29.
Egger, B., Gold, K.S. and Brand, A.H. (2011). Regulating the balance between symmetric and asymmetric stem cell division in the developing brain. Fly 5, 237-41.
Franco, M., Seyfried, N.T., Brand, A.H., Peng, J. and Mayor, U. (2011). A novel strategy to isolate ubiquitin conjugates reveals wide role of ubiquitination during neural development. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, May;10(5):M110.002188.
Chell, J.M. and Brand, A.H. (2010). Nutrition-responsive glia control exit of neural stem cells from quiescence. Cell, 143, 1161-73.
Egger, B., Gold, K.S. and Brand, A.H. (2010). Notch regulates the switch between symmetric and asymmetric neural stem cell division in the Drosophila optic lobe. Development, 137, 2981-2987.
Bardin, A.J., Perdigoto, C.N., Southall, T.D., Brand, A.H., and Schweisguth, F. (2010). Transcriptional control of stem cell maintenance in the Drosophila intestine. Development 137, 705-714.
Monier, B., Pelissier, A., Brand, A.H. and Sanson, B. (2010). An actomyosin-based barrier inhibits cell mixing at compartmental boundaries in Drosophila embryos. Nature Cell Biology 12, 60-65.
Southall, T.D and Brand, A.H. (2009). Multiple transcription factor binding identifies neural stem cell gene regulatory networks. EMBO J. 28, 3799-807.
Ruiz i Altaba, A. and Brand, A.H. (2009). Entity vs. property: tracking the nature, genesis and role of stem cells in cancer. EMBO Reports 10, 832-6.
Hensch, T.K. and Brand, A.H. eds. (2009). Development. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 19, 109-111.
von Trotha, J.W., Egger, B. and Brand, A.H. (2009). Cell proliferation in the Drosophila adult brain revealed by clonal analysis and BrdU labeling. Neural Development 4, 9.
Southall, T.D., Egger, B., Gold, K.S. and Brand, A.H. (2008). Regulation of self-renewal and differentiation in the Drosophila nervous system. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol. LXXIII, 523-528.
Brand, A.H. (2008). A new dawn for Aurora? Nature Cell Biology 10, 1253-1254.
Chell, J.M. and Brand, A.H. (2008). Forever young: death-defying neuroblasts. Cell 133, 769-771.
Southall, T.D., Elliott, D.A and Brand, A.H. (2008). The GAL4 System: A versatile toolkit for gene expression in Drosophila. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols; 2008; doi:10.1101/pdb.top49
Southall, T.D. and Brand, A.H. (2008). Generation of driver and reporter constructs for the GAL4 expression system in Drosophila. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols 2008: pdb.prot5029
Wu, P.S., Egger, B. and Brand, A.H. (2008). Asymmetric cell division: lessons from Drosophila. Semin Cell Dev Biol 19, 283-293.
Elliott, D.A and Brand, A.H. (2008). The GAL4 System: a versatile system for the expression of genes. Methods Mol Biol. 420, 79-95.
Egger, B., Chell, J.M. and Brand, A.H. (2008). Insights into neural stem cell biology from flies. Philosophical Transactions Roy Soc B: Biological Sciences 363, 39–56.
Egger, B., Boone, J.Q., Stevens, N.R., Brand, A.H and Doe, C.Q. (2007). Regulation of spindle orientation and neural stem cell fate in the Drosophila optic lobe. Neural Development 2, 1.
Edoff, K., Dods, J.S. and Brand, A.H. (2007). Detection of GFP during nervous system development in Drosophila melanogaster. Methods Mol Biol. 411, 81-98.
Southall, T.D. and Brand, A.H. (2007). Chromatin profiling in model organisms. Briefings in Functional Genomics and Proteomics doi: 10.1093/bfgp/elm013.
Choksi, S.P., Southall, T., Bossing, T., Edoff, K., de Wit, E., Fischer, B.E., van Steensel, B., Micklem, G. and Brand, A.H. (2006). Prospero acts as a binary switch between self-renewal and differentiation in Drosophila neural stem cells. Developmental Cell 11, 775-789.
Barbee, S.A., Estes, P.S., Cziko, A.-M., Hillebrand, J., Luedeman, R., Coller, J.M., Johnson, N., Howlett, I.C., Geng, C., Ueda, R., Brand, A.H., Newbury, S.F., Wilhelm, J.E., Levine, R.B., Nakamura, A., Parker, R. and Ramaswami, M. (2006). Staufen- and FMRP-containing neuronal RNPs are structurally and functionally related to somatic P bodies. Neuron 52, 997-1009.
Pym, E.C.G., Southall, T.D., Mee, C.J., Brand, A.H. and Baines, R. A. (2006). The homeobox transcription factor Even-Skipped regulates acquisition of electrical properties in Drosophila neurons. Neural Development 1, 3.
Murray, M.J., Davidson, C. M., Hayward, N.M. and Brand, A.H. (2006). The Fes/Fer non-receptor tyrosine kinase Dfer cooperates with Src42A to regulate dorsal closure. Development 133, 3063-3073.
Bossing, T. and Brand, A.H. (2006). Determination of cell fate along the antero-posterior axis of the Drosophila ventral midline. Development 133, 1001-1012.
Brand, A.H and Livesey, F.J. eds. (2005). Cell Differentiation. Current Opinion in Cell Biology, 17 (6), 637-638.
Dawes-Hoang, R.E., Parmar, K.M., Christiansen, A.E., Phelps, C.B., Brand, A.H. and Wieschaus, E.F. (2005). Folded gastrulation, cell shape change, and the control of myosin localization. Development 132, 4165-4178.
van Roessel, P.J., Elliott, D.A., Robinson, I.M., Prokop, A. and Brand, A.H. (2004). Independent regulation of synaptic size and activity by the anaphase-promoting complex. Cell 119, 707-718.
Carr, A., Choksi, S.P. and Brand, A.H. (2004). Turning back the clock on neural progenitors. BioEssays 26, 711-714.
van Roessel, P. and Brand, A.H. (2004). Spreading silence with Sid. Genome Biology 5, 208.1-208.3
Barros, C.S., Phelps, C.B. and Brand, A.H. (2003). Drosophila non-muscle myosin II promotes the asymmetric segregation of cell fate determinants by cortical exclusion rather than active transport. Developmental Cell 5, 829-840.
Brand, A.H. and van Roessel, P.J. (2003). Region-specific apoptosis limits neural stem cell proliferation. Neuron 37, 185-187.
Januschke, J., Gervais, L., Dass, S., Kaltschmidt, J.A., Lopez-Schier, H., St. Johnston, D., Brand, A.H., Roth, S. and Guichet, A. (2002). Polar transport in the Drosophila oocyte requires Dynein and Kinesin I cooperation. Current Biology 12, 1971-1981.
van Roessel, P., Hayward, N.M, Barros, C.S. and Brand, A.H. (2002). Two-color GFP imaging demonstrates cell-autonomy of GAL4-driven RNA interference in Drosophila. Genesis 134, 170-173.
Bossing, T., Barros, C.S. and Brand, A.H. (2002). A rapid tissue specific expression assay in living embryos. Genesis 134, 123-126.
Bossing, T. and Brand, A.H. (2002). Dephrin, a transmembrane ephrin with a unique structure, prevents interneuronal axons from exiting the Drosophila embryonic CNS. Development 129, 4205-4218.
Kaltschmidt, J.A. and Brand, A.H. (2002) Asymmetric cell division: microtubule dynamics and spindle asymmetry. Journal of Cell Science, 115, 2257-2264.
van Roessel, P. and Brand, A.H. (2002) Imaging into the future: visualizing gene expression and protein interactions with fluorescent proteins. Nature Cell Biology, 4, E15-20.
Bellaiche, Y., Gho, M., Kaltschmidt, J.A, Brand, A.H. and Schweisguth, F. (2001). Frizzled regulates the localization of cell-fate determinants and mitotic spindle rotation during asymmetric cell division. Nature Cell Biology, 3, 50-57.
Kaltschmidt, J.A., Davidson, C.M., Brown, N.H. and Brand, A.H. (2000). Rotation and asymmetry of the mitotic spindle direct asymmetric cell division in the developing central nervous system. Nature Cell Biology, 2, 7-12.
van Roessel, P. and Brand, A.H. (2000). Ectopic expression using the GAL4 system. In Drosophila Protocols. Chapter 24. pp 439-447. W. Sullivan, M. Ashburner and S. Hawley, eds, Cold Spring Harbor, USA: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
Brand, A.H. (1999). Microtubule dynamics during cell division in the Drosophila embryo. In GFP in Motion, Trends in Cell Biology, 9, (no. 2; CD-ROM supplement).
Brand, A.H. (1999). GFP as a cell and developmental marker in the Drosophila nervous system. In Green Fluorescent Proteins. K.F. Sullivan and S. Kay, eds., San Diego, U.S.A.: Academic Press. Methods in Cell Biology, 58, 165-181.
Schuldt, A.J. and Brand, A.H. (1999). Mastermind acts downstream of Notch to specify neuronal cell fates in the Drosophila CNS. Developmental Biology, 205, 287-295.
Haseloff, J., Dormand, E.L. and Brand, A.H. (1999). Live imaging with green fluorescent protein. In Confocal Microscopy Methods and Protocols, 122, 241-259. S. Paddock, ed., Totowa, U.S.A.: Humana Press.
Murray, M.J., Merritt, D.J., Brand, A.H. and Whitington, P.M. (1998). In vivo dynamics of axon pathfinding in the Drosophila CNS: a time-lapse study of an identified motorneuron. Journal of Neurobiology, 37, 607-621.
Schuldt, A.J., Adams, J.H.J., Davidson, C.M., Micklem, D.R., Haseloff, J., St. Johnston, D. and Brand, A.H. (1998). Miranda mediates asymmetric protein and RNA localisation in the developing nervous system. Genes and Development, 12, 1847-1857.
Dormand, E.L. and Brand, A.H. (1998). runt determines cell fates in the Drosophila embryonic CNS. Development, 125, 1659-1667.
Phelps, C. and Brand, A.H. (1998). Ectopic gene expression in Drosophila using the GAL4 system. Methods: A Companion to Methods in Enzymology, 14, 367-379.
Hidalgo, A. and Brand, A. H. (1997). Targeted neuronal ablation: the role of pioneer neurons in guidance and fasciculation in the CNS of Drosophila. Development 124, 3253-3262.
Micklem, D.R., Dasgupta, R., Elliott, H., Gergely, F., Davidson, C., Brand, A., Gonzalez Reyes, A. and St Johnston, D. (1997) The mago nashi gene is required for the polarisation of the oocyte and the formation of perpendicular axes in Drosophila. Current Biology 7, 468-478 .
Hidalgo, A., Urban, J. and Brand, A.H. (1995) Targeted ablation of the longitudinal glia disrupts axon tract formation in the Drosophila embryonic CNS. Development 121, 3703-3712.
Brand, A.H. and Dormand, E.L. (1995) The GAL4 System as a tool for unravelling the mysteries of the Drosophila nervous system. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 5, 572-578.
Brand, A.H. (1995) GFP in Drosophila. Trends in Genetics 11, 324-325.
Yoffe, K.B., Manoukian, A.S., Wilder, E.L., Brand, A.H. and Perrimon, N. (1995) Evidence for engrailedindependent wingless autoregulation in Drosophila. Developmental Biology 170, 636-650.
Brand, A.H., Manoukian, A. and Perrimon, N. (1994) Ectopic expression in Drosophila. In Drosophila melanogaster: Practical Uses in Cell Biology 44, 635-654. L. Goldstein and E. Fyrberg, eds., San Diego, U.S.A.: Academic Press.
Staehling-Hampton, K., Jackson, P.D., Clark, M.J., Brand, A.H. and Hoffmann, F.M. (1994) Specificity of bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) related factors: cell fate and gene expression changes in Drosophila embryos induced by decapentaplegic but not 60A. Cell Growth and Diff. 5, 585-593.
Brand, A.H. and Perrimon, N. (1994) Raf acts downstream of the EGF receptor to determine dorso-ventral polarity during Drosophila oogenesis. Genes and Development 8, 629-639.
Brand, A.H. and Perrimon, N. (1993) Targeted gene expression as a means of altering cell fate and generating dominant phenotypes. Development 118, 401-415.
Perrimon, N., Noll, E., McCall, K. and Brand, A. (1991) Generating lineage-specific markers to study Drosophila development. Developmental Genetics 12, 238-252.
Hofmann, J.F.-X., Laroche, T., Brand, A.H. and Gasser, S.M. (1989) RAP-1 factor is necessary for DNA loop formation in vitro at the silent mating type locus, HML. Cell 57, 725-737.
Shore, D., Stillman, D., Brand, A.H. and Nasmyth, K. (1987) Identification of silencer binding proteins from yeast: Possible roles in SIR control and DNA replication. EMBO. J. 6, 461-467.
Brand, A.H., Micklem, G. and Nasmyth, K. (1987) A yeast silencer contains sequences that can promote autonomous plasmid replication and transcriptional activation. Cell 51, 709-719.
Brand, A.H., Breeden, L., Abraham, J., Sternglanz, R. and Nasmyth, K. (1985) Characterization of a silencer in yeast: A DNA Sequence with properties opposite to those of a transcriptional enhancer. Cell 41, 41-48.
Szell, T., Brand, A. and Ratanathanawongs, S. (1981) Synthesis of two new thiachalcones. J. Chemical and Engineering Data 26, 230.