Michael Doyle completed his undergraduate studies in developmental biology at the Univesity of Edinburgh, Scotland. He next moved to Vienna where he studied for his PhD in the lab of Michael Jantsch (Max Perutz Laboratories) characterising at the molecular and cytological level the RNA editing enzyme ADAR1. After being awarded an Erwin-Schrödinger-Auslandsstipendien and later a Human Frontiers Science Program Long Term Fellowship, he moved to the lab of Witold Filipowicz at Friedich Miescher Institute in Basel, Switzerland. There he worked on understanding the localization of the human RNAi enzyme Dicer and in particular its potential function in the nucleus. Since returning to Vienna in 2009 he is working a group leader in the Kieblerlab at the CBR.
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