Dr Andrew Pask is an ARC Future Fellow, Associate Professor and Reader and co-head of the Genetics, Genomics and Development cluster in the School of BioSciences at the University of Melbourne. He completed his PhD in Genetics at LaTrobe University in the laboratory of Prof. J. Graves and trained as a post doc on an NHMRC CJ Martin Fellowship in the laboratories of Prof. M. Renfree at The University of Melbourne and Prof. R. Behringer at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Texas. He returned to Melbourne in 2004 and was awarded an NHMRC R.D. Wright Fellowship. In 2008 he moved his laboratory to the University of Connecticut, before returning in 2013 to the University of Melbourne, School of BioSciences. Dr Pask’s research is centered on reproductive development and disease using a variety of models to define key regulatory networks governing development.
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