Mark Howarth | Sheild Chair of Pharmacology
University Of Cambridge

Mark Howarth, Sheild Chair of Pharmacology, University Of Cambridge

Mark did graduate work in molecular immunology at Oxford University Institute of Molecular Medicine and Southampton University Cancer Sciences. In his postdoctoral work at MIT he developed tools in chemical biology, advanced microscopy and nanotechnology to understand receptor trafficking. He became Professor of Protein Nanotechnology at Oxford University Department of Biochemistry, receiving the Royal Society of Chemistry Norman Heatley Prize for Chemical Biology. He is a founder of SpyBiotech, which is now running vaccine clinical trials, and several members of his group have founded their own start-up companies. Mark gives lectures and workshops on Entrepreneurship to undergraduates and graduate groups. Resources from his group have been distributed to more than a thousand academic groups and licensed to a range of companies. His work has been funded by ERC, BBSRC, EPSRC, MRC, Wellcome Trust and through collaborations with multiple pharma and biotech companies. He moved to Cambridge to take up the Sheild Chair of Pharmacology in 2022.

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Pre-Congress Workshops - Monday 28th October @ 09:00

Biothreats & Disease X Workshop [AM2]

last published: 10/Jun/24 12:45 GMT

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