Associate Director, EMU
Dr Ariotti began his research career at the University of Queensland, Institute for Molecular Biosciences where he completed a PhD in Cell and Membrane Biology in 2013. Dr Ariotti develops novel correlative light and electron microscopy techniques to understand how proteins and lipids are organised in disease. He utilises these techniques to understand the structure, function and composition plasma membrane microdomains at the cell surface. In 2017, he took up a role as the Associate Director in Biological Electron Microscopy at the Electron Microscope Unit at The University of New South Wales. He has published many peer reviewed articles in journals including Nature, Cell, Nature Cell Biology, Nature Nanotechnology, Current Biology, The Journal of Cell Biology and Developmental Cell.