Adelaide Medical School
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Andrea is a Professor of Physiology at the University of Adelaide, South Australia, and a member of the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing.
She obtained her PhD in Physiology and Cell Biology from the University of California Santa Barbara, and subsequently worked as a research fellow in Neuropharmacology at Scripps Clinic & Research Foundation in California. After further postdoctoral research in Molecular & Cellular Physiology at Stanford University, she was appointed as an academic staff member in the Dept of Physiology at the University of Arizona, with joint appointments in the Dept of Pharmacology and the Division of Neuroscience. She moved to Australia as Professor and Head of Physiology at the University of Adelaide in 2007.
She has a strong publication record in ion channel and water channel physiology, with more than 100 publications, book chapters and review articles in total. More than 70 papers feature her as first or senior author, including work in top tier journals (Science, Nature and PNAS). She has catalysed excellence in research scholarship having supervised research projects for more than 40 Bachelor and Honours students, and served as principal or co-supervisor to over 60 HDR students, and 5 postdoctoral fellows and MD/PhD research fellows, over her career.
Her goals as director of Aquaporin Physiology and Drug Discovery Program are to define the molecular basis of the dual water and ion channel function of aquaporins (AQPs), to understand the roles of AQPs in physiological systems, and to build a definitive portfolio of AQP antagonist and agonist compounds as tools for basic research and clinical innovation.
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AQUAPORIN PHYSIOLOGY AND DRUG DISCOVERY RESEARCH PROGRAM
The water channels known as aquaporins (AQPs) are an ancient family found in all the kingdoms of life, from bacteria and plants to invertebrates and vertebrates. They play key roles in water balance and fluid homeostasis, cell volume and motility. The thirteen classes of human AQPs show tissue-specific patterns of expression relevant to health and disease. Our goals are to define the molecular basis of the dual water and ion channel functions of aquaporins, to understand the roles of AQPs in physiological systems, and to build a definitive portfolio of AQP antagonist and agonist compounds as tools for basic research and clinical innovation. Aquaporins are currently being uncovered as essential components of rapid cell migration in wound healing and cancer metastasis, particularly in aggressive cancers such as glioblastoma and colon cancers. We have shown molecular knockdown or pharmacological blockade of AQP1 can slow or stop aggressive cancer cell movement. Our work over the past decade has challenged the original dogma that the archetypal channel AQP1 is rigid and constitutively open. We have shown that AQP1 is regulated by intracellular signals and serves as cGMP-gated ion channel as well as an osmotic water channel. Our focus on AQP pharmacology defined the first library of pharmacological agents in the world, based on arylsulfonamide scaffolds showing differential activities on the ion and the water pores. We are also discovering new pharmacological AQP modulators from traditional Chinese and Indian herbal medicines, identifying the active chemical components and defining their molecular targets of action on AQP gating domains. Our findings could offer exciting opportunities for clinical intervention in cancer metastasis, brain oedema, hydrocephalus, and other fluid transport disorders. Our drug agents are currently being tested in vivo in collaborative projects in Australia, Europe and the USA.
--CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS--
Project 1. Using electrophysiology, molecular biology, expression systems and imaging to discover new classes of aquaporins that work as dual water and ion channels, and to define their mechanisms of channel gating, pharmacological block, regulation, and permeation properties. (Collaboration with Dr Sunita Ramesh and Dr Sam Henderson). Available annually for Year 3 BHMS students (Sem 2 start). Honours and HDR places are full for 2021, but should become available in 2022.
Project 2. Characterising custom-designed pharmacological compounds as differential modulators of aquaporin water and ion channels, and analysing their efficacy as inhibitors of cancer metastasis. (Collaboration with Dr Jenny Hardingham). Spaces not currently available for new students.
Project 3. Discovering new pharmacological modulators of cell motility in traditional Chinese medicinal herbs. (Collaboration with Prof Dave Adelson). Spaces not currently available for new students.
Project 4. Assessing plant aquaporins as dual water and ion channels that enabling adaptation to saline environments (collaboration with S Tyerman and C Byrt), and characterising the effects of aquaporin modulators on plant AQP function (collaboration with F Chaumont). Spaces not currently available for new students.
Location-- Available research projects will be conducted in the Yool laboratory, Helen Mayo South, level 2, Frome Rd (North Terrace campus).
Special requirements-- None; however Physiology courses (PHYSIOL 2510, 2520, 3104), and a background in first year chemistry, biochemistry or the equivalent are highly recommended.
Date Position Institution name 2007 Professor of Physiology University of Adelaide 2004 - 2007 Professor University of Arizona 1998 - 2004 Associate Professor University of Arizona 1992 - 1998 Assistant Professor University of Arizona
Date Institution name Country Title 1980 - 1985 University of California, Santa Barbara United States PhD
Date Title Institution Country 1990 - 1992 Postdoctoral Scholar Stanford University United States 1985 - 1989 Postdoctoral Research Fellow Scripps Research Institute United States
Year Citation 2016 Pei, J., Ameliorate, J., Kourghi, M., De Ieso, M., & Yool, A. (2016). Drug Discovery and Therapeutic Targets for Pharmacological Modulators of Aquaporin Channels. In G. Soveral, S. Nielsen, & A. Casini (Eds.), Aquaporins in Health and Disease: New Molecular Targets for Drug Discovery (pp. 273-296). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
2008 Stamer, W., Baetz, N., & Yool, A. (2008). Ocular aquaporins and aqueous humor dynamics. In The Eye's Aqueous Humor (Vol. 62, 2 ed., pp. 47-70). San Diego, California: Elsevier.
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Year Citation 2015 Tomita, Y., Dorward, H., Wrin, J., Vary, R., De Ieso, M., Yool, A., . . . Hardingham, J. (2015). The effect of aquaporin-5 knockdown on HT29 colon cancer cell proliferation and migration. In ANNALS OF ONCOLOGY Vol. 26 (pp. 4). Singapore, SINGAPORE: OXFORD UNIV PRESS. 2004 Migliati, E., Ritter, L., & Yool, A. (2004). A strategy for drug discovery for cerebral oedema after stroke. In JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY Vol. 251 (pp. 58). Barcelona, SPAIN: DR DIETRICH STEINKOPFF VERLAG. 2004 Falk, T., Erbe, E., Yool, A., & Shermann, S. (2004). Neurochemical and electrophysiological characterization of cultured rat striatal neurons as a model system for gene therapy.. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 86 (pp. 270A). Baltimore, MD: BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY. 2003 Falk, T., Kumar, A., Yool, A., & Carnevale, N. (2003). Modeling overexpression of different K+ channels in myotubes. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 84 (pp. 420A). SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY. 2003 Birdsell, D., & Yool, A. (2003). Regulation of cGMP-gated conductance and water permeability of Aqp1 channels by the carboxyl terminal domain.. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 84 (pp. 400A-401A). SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY. 2003 Kruer, M., Erbe, E., Yool, A., & Sherman, S. (2003). Changes in the expression of EF-hand calcium binding proteins in rat fetal hippocampal neurons treated with basic fibroblast growth factor and neurotrophin-3.. In JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE MEDICINE Vol. 51 (pp. S110). CARMEL, CALIFORNIA: B C DECKER INC. 2002 Boassa, D., & Yool, A. (2002). Contribution of single amino acids in the carboxyl terminal domain of Aquaporin-1 channels to cGMP-dependent activation. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 82 (pp. 275A). BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY. 2002 Yool, A. (2002). Block by divalent cations of the cyclic-GMP-gated ionic conductance in human Aquaporin-1 channels. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 82 (pp. 275A). BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY.
2002 Birdsell, D., & Yool, A. (2002). Voltage dependence of tea block of osmotic water permeability in Aquaporin 1 channels. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 82 (pp. 274A-275A). BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY. 2001 Yool, A., & Boassa, D. (2001). Cyclic-GMP-dependent activation of Aquaporin-1 ion channels.. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 80 (pp. 102A). BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY. 2001 Boassa, D., & Yool, A. (2001). Voltage-sensitive rate of activation of aquaporin-1 channels by cGMP.. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 80 (pp. 633A). BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY. 2001 Falk, T., Kilani, R., Yool, A., & Sherman, S. (2001). Viral-vector-mediated expression of K+ channels regulates electrical excitability in skeletal muscle. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 80 (pp. 648A). BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY.
2001 Yanochko, G., & Yool, A. (2001). Cation permeability and divalent cation block of big brain channels. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 80 (pp. 204A). BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY. 2000 Anthony, T., Pujino, H., Pierce, K., Yool, A., & Regan, J. (2000). Differential activation of Ca2+-dependent Cl- currents by FP prostanoid receptor isoforms in Xenopus oocytes.. In INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE Vol. 41 (pp. S250). ASSOC RESEARCH VISION OPHTHALMOLOGY INC. 2000 Yanochko, G., Vaillancourt, R., Regan, J., & Yool, A. (2000). The MIP-related channel, big brain is regulated by tyrosine phosphorylation in Xenopus oocytes.. In FASEB JOURNAL Vol. 14 (pp. A344). FEDERATION AMER SOC EXP BIOL. 2000 Borders, R., Falk, T., Strazdas, L., Yool, A., & Sherman, S. (2000). Modulation of potassium channel inactivation by antisense knockdown of the beta 1 subunit.. In FASEB JOURNAL Vol. 14 (pp. A71). FEDERATION AMER SOC EXP BIOL. 2000 Borders, R., Falk, T., Strazdas, L., Yool, A., & Sherman, S. (2000). Modulation of potassium channel inactivation by antisense knockdown of the beta 1 subunit.. In JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE MEDICINE Vol. 48 (pp. 183A). LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS. 2000 Kilani, R., Falk, T., Yool, A., & Sherman, S. (2000). Expression of a potassium channel-reporter gene fusion protein in cultured rat skeletal myocytes.. In JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE MEDICINE Vol. 48 (pp. 87A). LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS. 2000 Borders, R., Falk, T., Strazdas, L., Yool, A., & Sherman, S. (2000). Modulation of potassium channel inactivation by antisense knockdown of the beta 1 subunit.. In JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE MEDICINE Vol. 48 (pp. 77A). LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS. 2000 Yool, A., Boassa, D., Anthony, T., & Regan, J. (2000). Mechanisms of activation of aquaporin-1 ion channel function. In FASEB JOURNAL Vol. 14 (pp. A344). FEDERATION AMER SOC EXP BIOL. 1999 Brooks, H., Regan, J., & Yool, A. (1999). Inhibition of aquaporin-1 water permeability by TEA.. In FASEB JOURNAL Vol. 13 (pp. A394). FEDERATION AMER SOC EXP BIOL.
1999 Kilani, R., Faik, T., Yool, A., & Sherman, S. (1999). Expression of a potassium channel-reporter gene fusion protein in cultured hippocampal neurons.. In FASEB JOURNAL Vol. 13 (pp. A472). FEDERATION AMER SOC EXP BIOL. 1999 Kilani, R., Falk, T., Yool, A., & Sherman, S. (1999). Expression of a potassium channel-reporter gene fusion protein in cultured hippocampal neurons.. In JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE MEDICINE Vol. 47 (pp. 196A). SLACK INC. 1999 Sherman, S., Falk, T., Borders, R., Srazdas, L., & Yool, A. (1999). Viral vector-mediated trans-gene expression of an antisense sequence targeting knockdown of the beta(1.1)-subunit of the K(V)1 voltage-gated potassium channels in cultured hippocampal neurons.. In EPILEPSIA Vol. 40 (pp. 11). LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS. 1999 Kilani, R., Falk, T., Yool, A., & Sherman, S. (1999). Expression of a potassium channel -reporter gene fusion protein in cultured hippocampal neurons. In Journal of Investigative Medicine Vol. 47 (pp. 34A). SLACK INC. 1999 Sutherland, V., Murphy, S., Yool, A., & Lynch, R. (1999). Bimodal responses of cultured hypothalamic neurons.. In FASEB JOURNAL Vol. 13 (pp. A748). FEDERATION AMER SOC EXP BIOL. 1997 Lynch, R., Tucker, V., Sutherland, G., & Yool, A. (1997). Mechanisms of glucose sensing by neurons of the hypothalamus.. In FASEB JOURNAL Vol. 11 (pp. 3624). FEDERATION AMER SOC EXP BIOL. 1996 Pierce, K., Yool, A., Woodward, D., Gil, D., & Regan, J. (1996). Second messenger coupling of two FP prostanoid receptor carboxy terminal isoforms. In MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL Vol. 7 (pp. 3458). AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY. 1996 Stamer, W., Regan, J., & Yool, A. (1996). Calcium influences water and cation fluxes in Xenopus oocytes expressing aquaporin-1. In MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL Vol. 7 (pp. 1488). AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY. 1988 GRUOL, D., & YOOL, A. (1988). IDENTIFICATION OF K+ CHANNEL TYPES MEDIATING SPIKE EVENTS IN CEREBELLAR PURKINJE NEURONS. In BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL Vol. 53 (pp. A458). BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY.
1986 YOOL, A., & GRUOL, D. (1986). CHRONIC ETHANOL ALTERS THE SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY OF DEVELOPING PURKINJE NEURONS IN CULTURE. In ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH Vol. 10 (pp. 121). WILLIAMS & WILKINS. 1985 YOOL, A., & MORSE, D. (1985). IONIC CONTROL OF METAMORPHOSIS IN GASTROPOD LARVAE. In AMERICAN ZOOLOGIST Vol. 25 (pp. 287). AMER SOC ZOOLOGISTS.
Year Citation 2019 Nourmohammadi, S., Nwe Aung, T., Cui, J., Pei, J., De leso, M., Qu, Z., . . . Yool, A. (2019). (Oral presentation) Systematic dissection of the molecular actions of compounds from traditional medicinal mixtures on the migration, invasion and apoptosis of brain, bowel and breast cancer cells. Poster session presented at the meeting of AuPS/ABS Meeting, Canberra, 2019. 2018 Palethorpe, H. M., Tomita, Y., Smith, E., Townsend, A. R., Price, T. J., Yool, A. J., & Hardingham, J. E. (2018). Bacopaside II reduces endothelial cell migration and angiogenesis in vitro. Poster session presented at the meeting of 30th Lorne Cancer Conference. Lorne. 2018 Smith, E., Palethorpe, H. M., Tomita, Y., Townsend, A. R., Price, T. J., Yool, A. J., & Hardingham, J. E. (2018). Anti-tumour effects of Bacopaside II on colorectal cancer cells in vitro. Poster session presented at the meeting of 30th Lorne Cancer Conference. Lorne, VIC. 2018 Pei, J. V., Heng, S., De Ieso, M., Sylvia, G., Kourghi, M., Abell, A. D., & Yool, A. J. (2018). Real-Time Imaging of Lithium 'Hot-Spots': An Analysis of Ion Conductance in Aquaporin-1 using Novel Photo-Switchable Sensor. Poster session presented at the meeting of BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL. San Francisco, CA: CELL PRESS. 2017 Nourmohammadi, S., Pie, V. J., Kourghi, M., De leso, M. L., Pak, C., Adelson, D. L., & Yool, A. J. (2017). (Oral presentation) Analysis of effective compounds and mechanisms of action of a Chinese traditional herbal medicine (Compound Kushen Injection) on aquaporins involved in cancer cell migration and metastasis.. Poster session presented at the meeting of Gage Ion Channels and Transporters Conference. Canberra, Australia. 2016 Byrt, C. S., Zhao, M., Kourghi, M., Bose, J., Henderson, S. W., Qui, J., . . . Tyerman, S. (2016). Charging up water transport with plant aquaporins permeable to ions. Poster session presented at the meeting of Combio2016. Brisbane, Australia. 2014 Eden, G., Lampton, L., Cheah, K., Lymn, K., Bajic, J., Yool, A., & Howarth, G. (2014). Aqueous rhubarb extract improves ileal mucosal integrity and reduces acute inflammation in a rat model of 5-fluorouracil-induced intestinal mucositis. Poster session presented at the meeting of Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Broadbeach, Qld.: Wiley.
2013 Pei, J., Campbell, E., & Yool, A. (2013). Inhibition of aquaporin-1 but not aquaporin-4 water permeability by bacopaside I derived from Bacopa monnieri. Poster session presented at the meeting of PLANTA MEDICA. GEORG THIEME VERLAG KG. 2012 Klebe, S., Griggs, K., Henderson, D., & Yool, A. (2012). MODULATION OF AQUAPORIN 1 AS A NOVEL TREATMENT STRATEGY FOR MALIGNANT MESOTHELIOMA. Poster session presented at the meeting of JOURNAL OF THORACIC ONCOLOGY. Adelaide, AUSTRALIA: ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC.
|DATE||CURRENT GRANTS||Investigators||Funding Body|
|2019-2021||Fundamental roles of Aquaporin-1 channels in cellular migration and morphology (DP190101745)||AJ Yool and S Ramesh||Australian Research Council (ARC)|
|2019-2021||Channels for improved crop salt and water stress tolerance (DP190102725)||C Byrt, S Tyerman, AJ Yool, F Chaumont and M Tester||Australian Research Council (ARC)|
|2020-2022||Developing an animal-free analysis platform to assess human Aquaporin-1 channels involved in cancer cell migration.||S Henderson, AJ Yool, B Martinac||
Medical Advances Without Animals
|Properties enabling rapid cell migration by aquaporin-1 channel expression (DP160104641)||Yool||Australian Research Council (ARC)|
|2015||Characterisation of aquaporin-1 (AQP1) ion channel activity in migrating cancer cells using a novel photoswitchable fluorescent probe||Yool||Institute for Photonics & Advanced Sensing|
|2011||Aquaporin physiology and drug discovery||Yool||Adelaide Centre for Neuroscience Research|
|2010||Role of Aquaporins in mesothelioma||Klebe,Yool||Flinders Medical Research Foundation|
|2010||Cloning the Neoparameoba aquaporin channel as a target for parasite control in finfish||Cook, Yool||CRC Seafood Research Foundation|
|2010||Role of the brain water channel aquaporin-4 in development and epilepsy||Yool||Children’s Research Foundation Channel7|
|2009||Water and ion channel blocking activity of novel neurological agents||Yool||Neurotherapeutics, Chicago IL USA|
|2009||The effects of novel aquaporin 4 channel blockers on reducing post stroke edema||Chen, Yool||Ramaciotti foundation|
|2006 - 09||Development of novel blockers of Aquaporin-4 channels with translational relevance to stroke-induced brain edema||Yool||BIO5 Pilot grant, AZ USA|
|2004 - 09||Predoctoral Training Program in Neuroscience (NIH T321 007434-07)||Yool||National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA|
|2003 - 07||
Structural basis of ion channel function in Aquaporin-1 (NIH-R01-GM59986)
|Yool||National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA|
Current teaching contributions:
Principles of Human Health and Disease (Hlth Sci 1005)
Dental Science and Practice I (Dent 1005)
Physiology IIA (Physiol 2510) Heart Lung and Neuromuscular Systems
Physiology IIB (Physiol 2520) Systems and Homeostasis
Cellular & Systems Neurobiology (Physiol 3104)
BHMS Year 3 Research Placement Course (Hlth Sci X)
* Research and Critical Appraisal, MBBS year 3 (Med Stud 3014A and B)
Health Sciences Honours Research (AMS)
Honours Research Skills (AMS)
* current course coordinator
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2020 Principal Supervisor Analysing the role of Aquaporin-2 channels in the progression of endometrial carcinoma Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Sidra Nawaz Khan 2020 Principal Supervisor Potential Role of Aquaporin Channels in the Propagation of Extracellular Tau in Alzheimer's Disease Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Zein Alabedyn Amro 2018 Co-Supervisor The mode of action of Bt insecticidal toxins Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Biko Kahare Muita 2018 Principal Supervisor Understanding of the Molecular Mechanisms of Aquaporins in Human Cancer Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Saeed Nourmohammadi 2016 Principal Supervisor The Link between Aquaporins and Cerbo Spinal Fluid Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Pak Hin Chow 2015 Co-Supervisor Pharmacological Blocking of Aquaporin 1 to Restrict Tumour Angiogenesis and Metastasis in Pre-Clinical Models of Human Colon Cancer Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Miss Yoko Tomita
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2015 - 2019 Principal Supervisor Pharmacological Modulation of Cancer Migration and Invasion Through Targeting AQP1 Ion and Water Channel Activity Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Michael Lucio De Ieso 2013 - 2017 Co-Supervisor A Clarification of the Aetiology and Pathogenesis of Renal Tubular Epithelial Cell Vacuolization in Diabetic Ketoacidosis Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Chong Zhou 2013 - 2018 Principal Supervisor A Comparative Study of Physiological and Modulators of Aquaporin ion Channels in Diverse Phyla Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mohamad Kourghi 2012 - 2014 Co-Supervisor AQUAPORINS: GATEKEEPERS OF OEDEMA IN TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Joshua Luke Burton 2011 - 2016 Co-Supervisor Evaluation of Indices of Affective State in a Rat Model of Chemotherapy-induced Mucositis Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Dr Alexandra Whittaker 2011 - 2017 Principal Supervisor Aquaporin in Cancer Cell Migration: Discovery of New Pharmacological Blockers and a Novel Lithium Sensor Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Jinxin Pei 2009 - 2010 Principal Supervisor Towards Gene Therapy for Cystic Fibrosis Airway Disease: Development of a Single-Dose Lentiviral Gene Transfer for Lifetime Airway Expression Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Alice Stocker 2008 - 2008 Principal Supervisor Characterisation of a Dominant Negative Androgen Receptor in Prostate Cancer Cells Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Dr Margaret Centenera
Date Role Membership Country 2008 - ongoing Member Australian Physiology Society Australia 2007 - ongoing Member Australian Society for biophysics Australia 2006 - ongoing Member Member of Evelyn McKnight Brain Institute United States 2002 - ongoing Member American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics United States
Date Role Editorial Board Name Institution Country 2020 - ongoing Board Member Review Editor, Frontiers in Pharmacology Frontiers Switzerland
Review, Assessment, Editorial and Advice
Date Title Type Institution Country 2019 - 2022 ARC College of Experts member (2019-2022) Grant Assessment Australian Research Council —
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