Dr. Andrew Murphy completed his PhD at the Baker IDI in 2008 in Prof. Jaye Chin-Dusting's Laboratory. He then move to New York to take up a postdoctoral fellowship in Prof. Alan Tall's laboratory at Columbia University, where he was supported by a American Heart Foundation postdoctoral fellowship. During his time in the US Andrew published a number of high impact papers including first author articles in The JCI, Cell Metabolism, Cell Stem Cell and Nature Medicine. In 2013 he returned to lead his own group at the Baker IDI and is a recipient of the prestigious DART Viertel award. His laboratory has recently published in Cell Metabolism describing how monocytes are overproduced in obese insulin resistant mice. The Murphy laboratory has a strong interest in leukocyte and platelet production and how this contributes to diabetic complications such as cardiovascular disease".
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