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John Prins

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Mater Children's Hospital

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Mater Children's Hospital

Raymond Terrace

South Brisbane, Queensland, 4101

Australia

Company Description

Mater Research is a world class medical research institute based at South Brisbane specialising in cancer, maternity and obesity related research. Mater's 200 researchers are based in clinical settings at Mater and laboratories at the Translational Research In...more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Mater Foundation

Board Member


Translational Research Institute

Team Member


National Health and Medical Research Council

Numerous National and International Scientific, Clinical and Educational Committees


NHMRC , NGOs and Industry

Numerous Grant Review and Advisory Committees


Diamantina Institute

Founder


Education

PhD

adipose tissue biology

The University of Queensland


PhD

adipose tissue biology

University of Cambridge , UK


PhD

adipose tissue biology

University of Qld.


PhDs


Web References(152 Total References)


Safety and Quality Committee | Metro South Health

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Professor John Prins Position: Chair Start date: June 2012 Professor John Prins is an active clinician-scientist, a key opinion leader in diabetes and endocrinology in Australia and sits on numerous national and international scientific, clinical and educational committees and boards for the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), non-government organisations and industry. John undertook his clinical training in endocrinology in Brisbane and then completed a PhD in adipose tissue biology at the University of Queensland (UQ). His first post-doctoral research appointment was at the University of Cambridge, UK, based at Addenbrooke's Hospital. He returned to Brisbane in 1998 after being awarded a Welcome International Senior Research Fellowship. In 2004 he was Founder/Director of the UQ Centre for Diabetes and Endocrine Research, one of the most prominent and successful groups on the Princess Alexandra Hospital campus, which merged with the UQ Centre for Immunology and Cancer Research (CICR) in January 2007 to form the Diamantina Institute. As Chair of the Centre of Health Research on the Princess Alexandra Hospital campus from 2005 to 2009, his role involved coordinating the campus-wide research strategy, fostering research, facilitating the recruitment of researchers to the campus and integration of research and clinical activities. In 2009 John was appointed CEO/Director of the Mater Medical Research Institute. John has substantial commercialisation experience, holds two international patents and was founder and scientific director of a spin-out biotech company-Adipogen Pty Ltd. John is actively involved in undergraduate and post-graduate teaching and training and has ongoing research interests in obesity and diabetes.


Hospital and Health Board | Metro South Health

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Professor John Prins Position: Board Director Start date: June 2012 Professor John Prins is an active clinician-scientist, a key opinion leader in diabetes and endocrinology in Australia and sits on numerous national and international scientific, clinical and educational committees and boards for the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), non-government organisations and industry. John undertook his clinical training in endocrinology in Brisbane and then completed a PhD in adipose tissue biology at the University of Queensland (UQ). His first post-doctoral research appointment was at the University of Cambridge, UK, based at Addenbrooke's Hospital. He returned to Brisbane in 1998 after being awarded a Welcome International Senior Research Fellowship. In 2004 he was Founder/Director of the UQ Centre for Diabetes and Endocrine Research, one of the most prominent and successful groups on the Princess Alexandra Hospital campus, which merged with the UQ Centre for Immunology and Cancer Research (CICR) in January 2007 to form the Diamantina Institute. As Chair of the Centre of Health Research on the Princess Alexandra Hospital campus from 2005 to 2009, his role involved coordinating the campus-wide research strategy, fostering research, facilitating the recruitment of researchers to the campus and integration of research and clinical activities. In 2009 John was appointed CEO/Director of the Mater Medical Research Institute. John has substantial commercialisation experience, holds two international patents and was founder and scientific director of a spin-out biotech company-Adipogen Pty Ltd. John is actively involved in undergraduate and post-graduate teaching and training and has ongoing research interests in obesity and diabetes.


Mater Research - Our Executives

Professor John Prins is Director/CEO of Mater Medical Research Institute, Senior Endocrinologist at Princess Alexandra Hospital, and...


Mater Research - Our Executives

Professor John Prins is Director/CEO of Mater Medical Research Institute, Senior Endocrinologist at Princess Alexandra Hospital, and...


Governance (mater.org.au)

Professor John Prins
John is Director/CEO of the Mater Research Institute-UQ, Senior Endocrinologist at Princess Alexandra Hospital and Profession of Endocrinology at The University of Queensland. He is also a Director of the Metro South Hospital and Health Service which has a budget of $2 billion and provides healthcare to more than one million people. He undertook clinical training in Endocrinology and his PhD in adipose tissue biology in Australia. He then undertook a four year post-doctoral appointment at The University of Cambridge, UK. In 1998 he returned to Brisbane where he established an active research program undertaking clinical trials in obesity and diabetes. John has published more than 140 research publications with more than 10 000 citations. He has significant commercialisation experience and sits on numerous grant review and advisory committees for NHMRC, NGOs and industry Professor John Prins is an active clinician-scientist, a key opinion leader in diabetes and endocrinology in Australia and sits on numerous national and international scientific, clinical and educational committees and boards. Professor Prins undertook his clinical training in endocrinology in Brisbane and then completed a PhD in adipose tissue biology at The University of Queensland (UQ). His first postdoctoral research appointment was at the University of Cambridge, UK, based at Addenbrooke's Hospital. In 2004 he was Founder/Director of the UQ Centre for Diabetes and Endocrine Research, which merged with the UQ Centre for Immunology and Cancer Research (CICR) in January 2007 to form the Diamantina Institute. Professor Prins was appointed CEO/Director of Mater Research in 2009, and he remains actively involved in undergraduate and post-graduate teaching and training and has ongoing research interests in obesity and diabetes.


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