The Department of Biochemistry
Hopkins Building, Downing Site
Tennis Court Road
University of Cambridge
CB2 1QW
Cambridge, UK

Ross Waller completed a PhD in 2000 in Melbourne, Australia (School of Botany, University of Melbourne) working on the newly discovered relict plastid in apicomplexan parasites Plasmodium and Toxoplasma with Geoff McFadden. He undertook postdoctoral training from 2000-3 as a Peter Doherty Fellow with Malcolm McConville working on Leishmania cell biology (Department of Biochemistry, University of Melbourne), and then from 2003-5 as a Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Fellow with Patrick Keeling working on molecular evolution in diverse eukaryotes (University of British Columbia, Canada). In 2005 be joined the Faculty of the School of Botany, University of Melbourne, and in 2013 relocated to joined the Faculty the Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge.