Physiological and molecular characterisation of circadian rhythms in red blood cells
Dr Fatima H. Labeed earned her first degree in Biochemistry from University of London, followed by a Masters in Clinical Biochemistry with Molecular Biology and a PhD, both from the University of Surrey. She has also worked in industry at Pfizer’s Parke-Davis Research Centre in Cambridge, and holds visiting positions at both the University of Bergen and the University of California Irvine. She has received research income from NIHR, EPSRC, industry (e.g. Pfizer, Smiths Industries, Smith and Nephew, Labtech) and technology transfer bodies. She has given invited seminars at Stanford University, University of Bergen and UCI and is currently co-editing a book for the Royal Society of Chemistry on microengineered detection methods, and acts as Journal Administrator for IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience. She is a member of the British and American Associations for Cancer Research and the Biophysical Society.