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Sir Adrian P. Bird CBE

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • PhD
  • University of Edinburgh
  • University of Sussex
  • Ph.D.
  • Ph.D
  • Ph.D.
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Web References
Stratified Medicine Scotland ::
stratmed.co.uk, 21 July 2015 [cached]
Professor Sir Adrian Bird
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Adrian Bird
Buchanan Chair of Genetics, University of Edinburgh
Adrian Bird has held the Buchanan Chair of Genetics at the University of Edinburgh since 1990 and is a member of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology. He graduated in Biochemistry from the University of Sussex in 1968 and obtained his PhD at Edinburgh University. Following postdoctoral experience at the Universities of Yale and Zurich, he joined the Medical Research Council's Mammalian Genome Unit in Edinburgh. In 1987 he moved to Vienna to become a Senior Scientist at the newly-founded Institute for Molecular Pathology. He was a governor of the Wellcome Trust from 2000-2010 and is currently a trustee of Cancer Research UK.
About Us - Board of Trustees
www.kirkhousetrust.org, 13 Feb 2015 [cached]
Professor Sir Adrian P. Bird, CBE, FRS is Buchanan Professor of Genetics at the University of Edinburgh and former director of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology.
Statins Suppress Rett Syndrome Symptoms in Mice | Rett Syndrome Research Trust
www.rsrt.org, 28 July 2013 [cached]
In 2007, Adrian Bird, Ph.D., Buchanan Professor of Genetics at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology at the University of Edinburgh, showed that symptoms in mice are reversible regardless of the age of the animal.
RettUK : Rett Syndrome - Mapping RTT Phenotypes
www.rettuk.org, 27 Feb 2015 [cached]
MAPPING RTT-LIKE PHENOTYPES | Rett UK Scientific Advisor Professor Adrian Bird in Edinburgh RettUK : Rett Syndrome - Mapping RTT Phenotypes
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Adrian P. Bird, Ph.D.
Trustee, Scientific Advisor, Buchanan Professor of Genetics, University of Edinburgh, Director, Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology, Deputy Chair, Wellcome Trust
Adrian P. Bird, Ph.D. is the world's leading expert in the gene, MECP2, responsible for Rett syndrome when mutated. In 2007, Prof. Bird heralded a major breakthrough by reversing Rett symptoms in mice thereby suggesting the same may be true for human beings.
OAARSN Autism News Bulletin, 1 July 2006
www.ont-autism.uoguelph.ca, 27 May 2015 [cached]
New research from the lab of Adrian Bird, a molecular geneticist at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, reveals that abnormally high levels of a protein called Uqcrc1 in the brains of mouse models of Rett Syndrome cause mitochondria--the cells' powerhouses--to work overtime. "This is the first time a mitochondrial gene has been linked to Rett Syndrome," says Dr Bird. Co-author Skirmantas Kriaucionis, now at Rockefeller University in New York City, hopes the finding will lead to treatments for the disorder. "Knowledge of specific physiological defects will, in the future, provide targets for therapeutic intervention," he adds.
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