Danielle Dye is a Lecturer and Course Coordinator in molecular biology and biotechnology at Curtin University, having commenced there in 2010 as a Research Fellow. She holds a PhD in cell biology from the University of Western Australia and a BSc (Honours) from Curtin University. Danielle’s research focuses on the interactions between cells and their environment, with a focus on the role of cell surface molecules in melanoma metastasis.
She is also involved in projects investigating the effect of ageing on cell regeneration. Danielle has published over thirty journal articles and one book chapter.