Paul Langridge

Assistant Professor

Paul Langridge

Assistant Professor

Academic Appointment(s)

College of Science and Mathematics
Department of Biological Sciences

The Graduate School


I am a cell and developmental biologist studying how cells communicate.


  • Ph.D., Biology/Biological Sciences, General University of Cambridge, 2006

Courses Taught Most Recent Academic Year

  • BIOL 6170

    Biomolecular Techniques
  • CHEM 6170

    Biomolecular Techniques
  • CHEM 6990

    Masters Research
  • BIOL 1107L

    Prin. of Biology I Lab
  • BIOL 1107

    Principles of Biology I
  • CURS 2990

    Undergrad Research I
  • CHEM 6980

    Research Proposal Development

Teaching Interests

I have a strong commitment to science education at many levels of ability and have pursued opportunities to teach in the lab and the classroom throughout my career. I have mentored several undergraduate students in the lab, most of whom have undertaken further studies in science or medicine.

Research Interests

My long-term research vision is to establish signaling via mechanosensitive bridges as a close, physical interaction between cells that can be exploited for synthetic biology purposes.