Angus graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) and is currently pursuing a PhD in plant/microbe interactions at the ANU’s Research School of Biology. His research is focused on characterizing subcellular events during the symbiotic infection of rhizobacteria in legume roots.
In 2022, Angus joined CAM as a casual Life Sciences Microscopist. Angus will provide technical support and training in the preparation and analysis of biological samples for light and transmission/scanning electron microscopy.
Rae, A. E., Rolland, V., White, R. G., & Mathesius, U. (2021). New methods for confocal imaging of infection threads in crop and model legumes. Plant Methods, 17(1), 24. doi:10.1186/s13007-021-00725-6
Rae, A. E., Wei, X., Flores-Rodriguez, N., McCurdy, D. W., & Collings, D. A. (2020). Super-resolution fluorescence imaging of Arabidopsis thaliana transfer cell wall ingrowths using pseudo-Schiff labelling adapted for the use of different dyes. Plant and Cell Physiology, 61(10), 1775-1787. doi:10.1093/pcp/pcaa102