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Professor Jeremy Nicholson

Internationally-renowned pioneer in metabolic phenotyping and systems medicine, Professor Jeremy Nicholson leads the Australian National Phenome Centre (ANPC). He is the newly-appointed Pro Vice Chancellor of the Health Sciences at Murdoch University.

Professor Nicholson is a Highly Cited Scholar who has published more than 700 peer-reviewed papers on molecular aspects of systems medicine. A Fellow of the UK Academy of Medical Sciences, Professor Nicholson comes to WA from leading one of the world’s largest clinical departments at Imperial College London.

Phenomic approaches to challenges in personalised medicine and public healthcare

A game-changing new biomedical research centre, led by Murdoch University, promises to transform and optimise disease therapies and improve the health of millions of people in Western Australia and beyond.

World-leading phenomic research at the ANPC is set to revolutionise the diagnosis, prevention and precision treatment of a multitude of medical conditions including cancers, obesity, autism, dementias and diabetes in individuals and populations.

Professor Nicholson will outline the development of precision medicine and the role of phenomics in global healthcare.
 

Event details


Date:   Wednesday 7 November 2018

Time:   6.00pm - 7.00pm

Venue: Kim E Beazley Lecture Theatre