Tag Archives: liver

Kurt Zatloukal

Kurt Zatloukal is professor of pathology at the Medical University of Graz with specialisation in molecular pathology, focusing on metabolic and neoplastic diseases, mainly of the liver. He was a member of the Bioethics Commission at the Austrian Federal Chancellery and Austrian representative in the OECD taskforce on biological resource centres and the Roadmap Working Group of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructure. Additionally, he acts as member of the steering committee of the P3G Consortium. In context of the Austrian Genome Programme (GEN-AU), Kurt Zatloukal coordinates a Biobank project which is based on a comprehensive collection of diseased and healthy tissues representing a non-selected central European population. Recently, he has also become coordinator of the preparatory phase of a pan-European “Biobanking and Biomolecular Resources Research Infrastructure -BBMRI”, which is funded by the European Framework Programme 7. This infrastructure aims at providing the technical, ethical, legal, and financial foundation to become a key resource in biomedical sciences, drug development and public health.

Tongzhang Zheng

Tongzhang Zheng is Professor of Epidemiology (environmental health) at the Yale School of Public Health. He received a D.Sc. from the Harvard University in 1990. His research interests have been in the area of environmental pollution and human health, particularly in cancer epidemiology and aetiology related to environmental hormone disruptors, genetic susceptibility and gene-environmental interaction.… Continue Reading

Kenneth Fleming

Kenneth Fleming is a pathologist with a special expertise in the liver. He graduated from Glasgow University in 1968 and after training posts in Pathology in Glasgow and Oxford, received his DPhil from Oxford University in 1980 and his Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists in 1988.He has extensive experience of successful leadership and… Continue Reading

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