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Head of the Membrane Transport Laboratory

Queensland Institute of Medical Research

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Queensland Institute of Medical Research

300 Herston Rd

Herston, Queensland,4006

Australia

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The QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute is a world leading translational research institute focused on cancer, infectious diseases, mental health and a range of complex disorders. Working in close collaboration with clinicians and other research institut...more

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Professor Nathan Subramaniam
Prof Nathan Subramaniam is Head of the Membrane Transport Laboratory at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research, Professor at the School of Medicine, Director of Non-HFE Research, and Director The Liver Research Centre, University of Queensland. He is an internationally recognised researcher in cell biology, non-HFE iron overload and iron biology, and has made significant impacts in these fields. High impact publications in Science and Nature were the first to describe novel vesicular trafficking receptors. Major publications in Lancet, Blood, Gastroenterology and Hepatology were instrumental in defining the role of the liver as the central regulator of iron homeostasis and the function of transferrin receptor 2 and HFE. He has been invited to present his work at major national and international meetings. He is on the Council of the Gastroenterological Society of Australia, Executive Committee of the Australian Liver Association, and the Queensland ASMR committee. He is an Associate Editor of the World Journal of Gastroenterology and member of 3 other Editorial Boards. Associate Professor Nathan Subramaniam


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Prof Nathan Subramaniam, Queensland Institute of Medical Research


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Nathan Subramaniam, Associate Professor, Membrane Transport Laboratory, The Queensland Institute of Medical Research, 300 Herston Road, Herston, Brisbane, QLD 4006, Australia


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A/Prof V. Nathan Subramaniam
A/Prof Nathan Subramaniam is Head of the Membrane Transport Laboratory at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research, Associate Professor at the School of Medicine, Director of Non-HFE Research, and Director The Liver Research Centre, University of Queensland. He is an internationally recognised researcher in cell biology, non-HFE iron overload and iron biology, and has made significant impacts in these fields. High impact publications in Science and Nature were the first to describe novel vesicular trafficking receptors. Major publications in Lancet, Blood, Gastroenterology and Hepatology were instrumental in defining the role of the liver as the central regulator of iron homeostasis and the function of transferrin receptor 2 and HFE. He has been invited to present his work at major national and international meetings. He is on the Executive Committee of the Australian Liver Association, and the Queensland ASMR committee. He is an Associate Editor of the World Journal of Gastroenterology and member of 3 other Editorial Boards.


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Dr Nathan Subramaniam
Chair of the Higher Degrees Committee Phone: 61 (0)7 3362 0179 Fax: 61 (0)7 3362 0105 Email: HDCchair@qimr.edu.au


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