Life Sciences Research for Lifelong Health

Modelling inflammatory disease in the zebrafish

Biography:
Maggie Dallman is Associate Provost (Academic Partnerships) and Professor of Immunology. In her Associate Provost role, Maggie is the academic lead on the College's Outreach Strategy and International relations. Maggie also Chairs the college's Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Body.

Maggie joined Imperial College in 1994 as a lecturer in the Department of Biology, having held previous positions at Stanford and Oxford Universities. At Imperial College she became Reader in Immunoregulation in 1996 and Professor of Immunology in 1999. Maggie has held increasingly senior positions at Imperial College, becoming Dean of the Faculty of Natural Sciences in 2008. Maggie held the position of Dean for 6 years before taking up her most recent role as Associate Provost (Academic Partnerships) on January 1st 2015.
 
Maggie has over thirty years of experience in experimental research in university and industrial environments. Her interests have focussed on understanding dysregulated and inappropriate immune responses with the goal of developing novel biomarkers and therapeutic interventions. Her most recent work focuses on modelling inflammatory disease in the zebrafish.

Maggie participates in a broad range of external activities. She is currently a Trustee and Director of the Francis Crick Institute, sits on BBSRC Council, sits on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Pirbright Institute, is a member of the NC3Rs Board, sits on the HEFC Research and Innovation strategy advisory committee and is Deputy Chair of the Healing Foundation Research Council.
 
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Event Time & Dates

Starts04:00 pm - 18/06/2015
Ends05:00 pm - 18/06/2015

Event Details

Contact Dr Geoff Butcher
LocationThe Brian Heap Seminar Room
SpeakerProf. Margaret Dallman
Speaker AffiliationImperial College, London
Speaker Linkhttp://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/m.dallman

Posted

8 June, 2015