EMBL Heidelberg, Meyerhofstraße 1, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany
PhD 1996, University of Cambridge.
Postdoctoral research at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Tübingen.
Group Leader at EMBL 2004-2017.
Total: 22 publication(s)
Gilmour D, Rembold M, Leptin M. (2017)
From morphogen to morphogenesis and back
Barry JD, Donà E, Gilmour D, Huber W. (2016)
TimerQuant: a modelling approach to tandem fluorescent timer design and data interpretation for measuring protein turnover in embryos.
Gilmour D. (2015)
Epithelial Morphogenesis: Stage Diving with Purpose.
Durdu S, Iskar M, Revenu C, Schieber N, Kunze A, Bork P, Schwab Y, Gilmour D. (2014)
Luminal signalling links cell communication to tissue architecture during organogenesis.
Mazaheri F, Breus O, Durdu S, Haas P, Wittbrodt J, Gilmour D, Peri F. (2014)
Distinct roles for BAI1 and TIM-4 in the engulfment of dying neurons by microglia.
Revenu C, Streichan S, Donà E, Lecaudey V, Hufnagel L, Gilmour D. (2014)
Quantitative cell polarity imaging defines leader-to-follower transitions during collective migration and the key role of microtubule-dependent adherens junction formation
Donà E, Barry JD, Valentin G, Quirin C, Khmelinskii A, Kunze A, Durdu S, Newton LR, Fernandez-Minan A, Huber W, Knop M, Gilmour D. (2013)
Directional tissue migration through a self-generated chemokine gradient
Streichan SJ, Valentin G, Gilmour D, Hufnagel L. (2011)
Collective cell migration guided by dynamically maintained gradients
Revenu C, Gilmour D. (2009)
EMT 2.0: shaping epithelia through collective migration
Friedl P, Gilmour D. (2009)
Collective cell migration in morphogenesis, regeneration and cancer
Rojas-Muñoz A, Rajadhyksha S, Gilmour D, van Bebber F, Antos C, Rodríguez Esteban C, Nüsslein-Volhard C, Izpisúa Belmonte JC. (2009)
ErbB2 and ErbB3 regulate amputation-induced proliferation and migration during vertebrate regeneration
Liu YH, Jakobsen JS, Valentin G, Amarantos I, Gilmour DT, Furlong EE. (2009)
A systematic analysis of Tinman function reveals Eya and JAK-STAT signaling as essential regulators of muscle development
Lecaudey V, Cakan-Akdogan G, Norton WH, Gilmour D. (2008)
Dynamic Fgf signaling couples morphogenesis and migration in the zebrafish lateral line primordium
Pouthas F, Girard P, Lecaudey V, Ly TB, Gilmour D, Boulin C, Pepperkok R, Reynaud EG. (2008)
In migrating cells, the Golgi complex and the position of the centrosome depend on geometrical constraints of the substratum
Gilmour D, Haas P, Cakan G, Lecaucley V, Colombelli J, Stelzer E. (2008)
Polarising migrating tissues during organogenesis
Dev. Biol. 319(2):488.
Valentin G, Haas P, Gilmour D. (2007)
The chemokine SDF1a coordinates tissue migration through the spatially restricted activation of Cxcr7 and Cxcr4b
Gilmour D, Haas P, Cakan G, Lecaudey V, Valentin G, Colombelli J, Stelzer E. (2007)
Pushing and pulling migrating tissues in vivo with GPCRs
FASEB J 21(5):A3.
Haas P, Gilmour D. (2006)
Chemokine signaling mediates self-organizing tissue migration in the zebrafish lateral line
Lecaudey V, Gilmour D. (2006)
Organizing moving groups during morphogenesis
Gilmour D, Knaut H, Maischein HM, Nüsslein-Volhard C. (2004)
Towing of sensory axons by their migrating target cells in vivo
Gilmour DT, Maischein HM, Nüsslein-Volhard C. (2002)
Migration and function of a glial subtype in the vertebrate peripheral nervous system
Gilmour DT, Jessen JR, Lin S. (2002)
Manipulating gene expression in the zebrafish
Zebrafish, a practical approach. Oxford.