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Dr. Jamal Nasir 


  • Senior Lecturer in Functional Genetics
    Human Genetics Research Centre
    Division of Biomedical Sciences (BMS)
    Room 2.142C
    Jenner Wing
    St. George’s University of London (SGUL)
    Cranmer Terrace
    London SW17 0RE
    Tel. +44 208 725 1064
    Fax +44 208 725 1039


Having obtained his PhD in genetics from Imperial College London, Dr. Nasir undertook postdoctoral positions in Denmark and Canada, earning prestigious fellowships along the way, before returning to the UK to set up his lab at the University of Edinburgh as a Medical Research Council (MRC) Career Development Award holder.  He subsequently took up a lectureship at Sheffield University before moving to St. George's University of London as a senior lecturer.  Dr. Nasir has published papers in leading journals, including Cell, Nature, Nature genetics and PNAS and is also a reviewer for many journals. He has filed several worldwide patents on the Huntington's disease gene and the role of dopamine receptor interacting proteins (DRIPs) in psychiatric disorders and infectious diseases including HIV.  His main interest is in human genetics and neurobiology.

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